Why it’s critical that NEDA, and other organizations, lend a helping hand in support of research.
The selection of low-fat foods is a core problem in anorexia nervosa.
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.
New research sheds light on some of the problems associated with picky eating and offers directions for future research.
What 36 healthy men from Minnesota taught us about anorexia nervosa.
Different people will have a different tolerance for how long they are willing to wait for a reward, and what reward is worth the wait. Read more about our recent study on the very complicated experiences of reward in individuals with anorexia nervosa.
It’s common knowledge that we sometimes use food to soothe ourselves when we’re feeling bad, but it’s less clear why. Here’s a review of recently-presented research on the link between moods and eating behavior.
Could it be that fat tastes different to someone struggling with an eating disorder?
When faced with a meal, what makes the experience so challenging for individuals with anorexia nervosa?
A recently completed randomized controlled trial compared psychoanalytic and cognitive behavioral psychotherapies for bulimia nervosa and found cognitive behavioral therapy to be more effective overall.