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Too much exercise can lead to health problems, causing not just physical problems but psychological harm too.
Tips for keeping eating behaviors healthy and finding support over the festive season.
"Some research suggests that members of marginalized groups may face higher rates of eating disorders, including people who are transgender or gender nonbinary," writes Dr. Blair Uniacke.
PreparED, an online eating disorder educational program for healthcare trainees.
Source:Psychiatric NewsFebruary 3, 2021
"Although relatively uncommon, eating disorders remain an important concern for clinicians and researchers as well as the general public," writes Dr. B. Timothy Walsh.
Source:Rolling StoneNovember 24, 2020
Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by episodes of binge eating followed by compensatory behaviors aimed at preventing weight gain, most commonly vomiting, explains Dr. Evelyn Attia.
Source:Frontiers for Young MindsOctober 26, 2020
Dr. Kelsey Hagan provides a useful explainer to help readers better understand eating disorders and their effects.
Source:Academic Insights for the Thinking WorldAugust 7, 2020
Dr. B. Timothy Walsh and Dr. Deborah Glasofer share advice for parents of teenagers with eating disorders to support them during the COVID-10 pandemic.
- August 6, 2020
Concerned about relapse and maintaining recovery, practitioners who specialize in eating disorders and patients are embracing teletherapy now that face-to-face sessions are less of an option.
- August 6, 2020
Concerned about relapse and maintaining recovery, practitioners and patients are embracing teletherapy now that face-to-face sessions are less of an option.
Source:COSMOPOLITANMay 19, 2020
Being isolated with limited resources messes with the when, how, and what you eat, says Dr. Deborah Glasofer.
Source:The LilyMarch 30, 2020
“There are many aspects of the very unusual life patterns that we are now being asked to follow that change the way we eat,” says Dr. Evelyn Attia.
Source:U.S. NewsFebruary 14, 2020
"Eating disorders are not a choice," says Dr. Evelyn Attia. "They are serious psychiatric illnesses that are potentially lethal, but if properly identified are entirely treatable."
- November 26, 2019
“If holiday meals are stressful for you, it’s never too early to think ahead," says Columbia Psychiatry’s Dr. Deborah Glasofer.