“To The Bone” gets to the heart of anorexia nervosa.
Take home messages from the Eating Disorders Research Society 2016 meeting: how eating behavior research can inform public policy.
Barbie’s look is (slowly) evolving. How can our conversation with children about their dolls also evolve?
A call for fashion industry and state officials to consider policies for the regulation of underweight models.
What’s at risk when we urge celebrities to take a position on their bodies?
‘Eat this, not that.’ How about eat this AND that? Read here for more on the downside of overly simplistic messages about food.
If the ways in which clothing size matters to you are causing you distress or, simply put, don’t make much sense, consider how you might adjust your mental arithmetic to better balance the equation.
As the temperatures rise this season, aim to let cooler heads prevail by focusing on true summer fitness, physical and mental.
Media often presents an impossible standard of beauty. Fortunately, a new wave of advertisements may engage us in a healthier, more productive dialogue that focuses on what’s naturally beautiful.