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The Impact of Weight Stigma on Mental Health
September 27, 2019

It is well documented that stigma and discrimination negatively affect our bodies and our mental health. Most of the research regarding…

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I am Maris: Healing from Anorexia Nervosa
April 17, 2019

I am Maris I am Maris is a recently released dark and creative documentary about a young high school girl who…

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Activity Trackers and Eating Disorder Recovery
September 6, 2016

Activity Trackers and Eating Disorder Recovery: Are They Really Helpful? The new and popular way to track activity progress is through…

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What to Say When Someone Has an Eating Disorder
September 1, 2016

The Do’s and Don’ts of How to Talk to Someone with an Eating Disorder Loving someone with an eating disorder is…

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10 Outdoor Summer Activities
August 22, 2016

10 Outdoor Summer Activities You Must Do Before Summer Ends Here at Center for Discovery Hamptons, we love being active. However,…

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New Year’s Resolutions: Small Steps Toward Recovery
December 24, 2015

Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day: Small Steps Toward Recovery A new year brings a clean slate, a chance to forget…

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The Application of Intuitive Eating Principles in Eating Disorder Recovery
December 16, 2015

Intuitive Eating Principles in Eating Disorder Recovery Our bodies know what they need. We were all born with an intuition about…

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Publishing Calorie Counts on Menus: Helpful or Harmful?
November 19, 2015

Is It Helpful or Harmful to Publish Calorie Counts on Menus At lunch with a friend recently, we perused the menu…

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Staying In Recovery: Useful Tips
July 23, 2013

Staying In Recovery The decision to seek help and begin treatment for an eating disorder is one that takes a lot…

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