The importance of energy density and diet variety.
Cultivate your ability to choose where to tune in this holiday season.
Answers to commonly asked questions that can help students with eating disorders ease the transition back to school.
Read here for answers to some commonly asked questions about receiving treatment at our program.
The most important thing to understand about eating disorders in men is that the presentation can be nearly identical to that of women.
Written by Gabby Guzman, AB and Melissa Riegel, BA. Our Center’s research assistants reflect on the challenges patients face at and after meals.
Demystifying what it means to have more than one diagnosis.
Eating behaviors can range from ‘normal’ or ‘healthy’ to ‘disordered’ or, at the far end of the continuum, ‘eating disordered’.
For clinicians and patients alike, the way we talk about eating disorders matters.
Are people with anorexia nervosa more physically active than those without an eating disorder? Why does it matter?