A call for fashion industry and state officials to consider policies for the regulation of underweight models.
Read here about our group’s latest ‘Advocacy in Action’ efforts in NY State.
Why it’s critical that NEDA, and other organizations, lend a helping hand in support of research.
Our team enjoyed the 2015 NYC NEDA Walk! We walked to raise awareness and to support recovery, and the individuals who are striving to achieve it.
Where to find us at two upcoming National Eating Disorder Association Events.
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.
Our team again traveled to New York state’s capital to advocate for the continued funding of the Comprehensive Care Centers for Eating Disorders.
In the battle against eating disorders, we can often do more together than on our own.
“Fat talk” is commonplace on college campuses and appears to be associated with body dissatisfaction and disordered eating. Holly Thompson, Director of Marketing and Project Management at the Tri Delta, explains the sorority’s effort to help students break free of fat talk, to change the body image conversation.
Eating disorder advocacy efforts are at full pitch this fall. Here is an update on the latest, wonderful efforts to increase awareness and resources.