Are people with anorexia nervosa more physically active than those without an eating disorder? Why does it matter?
SMART goals are specific (and specifically healthy for you!), measurable, action-oriented, realistic, and time-oriented.
Continue your back-to-health plan through your back-to-school transition. Here’s how.
Once an athlete, always an athlete! But, can you take advantage of the opportunity to define yourself in new ways after your athletic career?
Exercise does a body good, except when it doesn’t.
Distinguishing fact from fiction when it comes to eating disorders.
A sneak peek of when and where to find us and what to expect at the 2015 International Conference on Eating Disorders.
Weight-class athletes may be at particular risk to develop disordered eating behaviors.
Expressing care and concern for a teammate who may be struggling with disordered eating not only helps that individual—it can help the whole team to have healthy, fun, and successful season.
Here is a sneak peek of where to find some of our team at EDRS 2014!