Wasted: Eating Disorders are Worse Than Ever Hartford Magazine Smith recalls one woman who “had literally been the poster girl for bariatric surgery.” She was an employee of the hospital that performed the surgery, and the hospital made up posters...
Lack of evidence about how to promote healthy habits without contributing to negative body image leaves educators treading on dangerous ground (Interesting link between school health programs and ED. Helpful or harmful?
White Picket Fence, Florida Hospital fight eating disorders - The Voice Seminole Voice It wasn't the disorder itself that killed them, but the mental and emotional anguish that drove them to take their own lives.
Mika Brzezinski's new book, “Obsessed: America's Food Addiction—and my Own” has reopened the periodic national conversation about eating disorders. Mika, co-host of MSNBC's “Morning Joe” and a former Connecticut ...
Dallas Morning News Insurance must cover eating disorders under House bill Austin American-Statesman Coleman said he believed repeated, often heart-breaking testimony by parents and children who suffer from eating disorders eroded opposition to the...
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