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How Have Eating Disorders Have Changed in the Past Decade?

Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are eating disorders that have dated back to the Middle Ages. These disorders were considered “wasting…

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Emotional Service Animals for Eating Disorder Therapy

In order to successfully treat eating disorders, most mental health professionals agree that a multi-modal approach is best. Long gone are…

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With Shows like The Biggest Loser, No One Wins

Not too long ago, I remember a series of memes circulating on social media that read something like this, “Would you…

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Body Mass Index Report Cards: A Path to Weight Stigma

Body Mass Index (BMI) is quickly making its way into schools to monitor the growth of young kids. But is it…

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6 Tips on how to Combat Holiday Blues

The holiday season can hold great expectations for any individual or family who partakes in them. Oftentimes there is a family…

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World Kindness Day

World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on November 13th. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place by…

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World Health Organization Renames Gender Dysphoria Incongruence

The World Health Organization Has Finally Stopped Classifying Gender Dysphoria As a Mental Illness The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that…

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World Eating Disorders Action Day 2018: Facts About Eating Disorders

Cutting and Eating Disorders Nonsuicidal self-injury disorder, better known as self-harm, is characterized by the purposeful actions of causing physical harm…

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Virtual Reality for Mental Health

The term “virtual reality” was coined in the mid-1980s and was used in many industries including the Hollywood movie industry. Also,…

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Trigger-or-Treat: Halloween in Recovery

October is officially here which means that Halloween is right around the corner! Most individuals spend their time thinking about costumes,…

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