The importance of understanding the idealization of muscularity.
A guide to our research presentations at the 2019 conference of the Eating Disorders Research Society.
If you think you know who gets eating disorders, you may need to think again.
Fad, friend or foe: an overview of diet-related medical conditions and their relationship to eating disorders.
Why the proper classification of an eating disorder diagnosis helps patients and providers.
Watch Dr. Attia in a NY Times video on the lines that get blurred between fact and fiction when it comes to eating disorders.
Dr. Attia and others talk about avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) on GROUP, a podcast about mental health and mental illness. Listen here.
The dark side of dieting “do’s” and “don’ts.”
Recently published research suggests that many people with eating disorders never seek help for their symptoms.
Written by Lisa Ranzenhofer, PhD, and Nikki Pagano, LMSW. At one time or other, many of us are faced with the choice of whether or not to get some extra support.