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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Macy’s Pulls Pourtions Plates After Backlash

Macy’s took a serious misstep when it decided to sell a Pourtions™ plate in its Herald Square store. The plate had…

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These Climbers Dispel the Myth That Plus-Size People Can’t Be Fit

Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. About 30,000 people climb the mountain each year, and three-quarters of those reach…

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Common Misconceptions About Bulimia Nervosa

It’s likely that you’ve heard of bulimia before, and that a certain image comes to mind when this disorder is discussed,…

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3 Ways to Support a Loved One Through Bulimia Recovery

Recovery is a hard road to walk alone. Ensure that you’re doing your very best to support your loved one in…

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How to Recover from Bulimia: 5 Steps to Reclaim Your Life

Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that can wreak havoc on your body, relationships, and life. Getting help for your bulimia…

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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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Amelia Boone, Elite Athlete, Shares Her Initial Steps in Eating Disorder Recovery

Amelia Boone is an attorney and well-known obstacle racer and ultrarunner, with 86,000 Instagram followers. According to her website’s about page,…

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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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