Eating disorders, disorders of the mind, can be incredibly hard on the body.
Outcomes from our latest efforts to help patients change disordered behaviors.
Why the proper classification of an eating disorder diagnosis helps patients and providers.
Written by Mariya Bershad and Laurel Mayer, MD. Hormones influence the way our bodies function, as well as our thoughts, feelings, and actions.
The dark side of dieting “do’s” and “don’ts.”
Bullying and eating disorders — a personal narrative and research update.
Written by Mylène Wilhelmy, MD, and Lisa Ranzenhofer, PhD. A new study evaluating the helpfulness of peer mentorship in eating disorders recovery.
Our team’s contributions to the conversation on research in obesity and eating disorders at meetings of the Obesity Society and Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
Watch this Brain Insights Lecture on the neurobiology behind anorexia nervosa’s stubborn grip.
Recently published research suggests that many people with eating disorders never seek help for their symptoms.