“To The Bone” gets to the heart of anorexia nervosa.
Why it’s critical that NEDA, and other organizations, lend a helping hand in support of research.
Findings presented at the 2015 meeting of the Eating Disorders Research Society served as a wonderful reminder that sizeable numbers of people with eating disorders are expected to recover fully.
Lynn died this week, after a heroic battle with a cancer. She will be sorely missed, but I and countless others will pick up where she left off, working tirelessly on eating disorder advocacy.
Suicide is not only a problem for those who are depressed. Eating disorders are associated with high suicide rates, even in the absence of depression.
You may have the magical idea that the eating disorder won’t follow you to school. There’s no such thing as magic, but there are ways to be successful at staying healthy.
What do you say at the gym to the underweight woman on the treadmill? Or to anyone who struggles with unhealthy exercise?