Kesha is revealing her eating disorder battle. The singer recalls her emotional and physical pain in struggling with the eating disorder anorexia only now, calling it a “dark place,” reported Us Weekly. In 2014, Kesha made the choice to go to a rehab facility for treatment. Show More Summary
Kesha's back and better than ever! [ Photos: Kesha's Craziest Outfits Of All Time ] After making the decision to go to rehab to fight her eating disorder, the singer has subsequently made several changes in her life, including taking on a less-is-more approach with her beauty aesthetic and being kinder to herself. In a new Vogue.com interview, [...]
Dr. Su Holmes said that the online pro-ana community has found inspiration in the hit Disney movie.
Binge-eating disorder is characterized in the DSM-5 as "recurring episodes of eating significantly more food in a short period of time than most people would eat under similar circumstances," and it currently affects 1-5 percent of the general population. Show More Summary
What does a Catholic upbringing, dysfunctional family, eating disorders and divorce all have in common? If you answered “fodder for a new sitcom” you deserve a job in the writers’ room on ABC’s upcoming The Real O’Neals. The Dan Savage-produced show is based (at least in part) on Savage’s upbringing, and judging by this trailer, we can expect […]
Going vegan seemed like the answer to all my problems. I adopted the diet in my last semester of college, hoping to remedy the lifelong indigestion issues I'd dealt with. Incredibly, it seemed to work. Eating only plant-based foods eased the extreme bloating and discomfort I was used to, and suddenly I felt lightness in my stomach. Show More Summary
Portia de Rossi has struggled with anorexia and bulimia for a large chunk of her life. Body image issues are never easy to deal with, let alone talk about. That's why it's so courageous for her to come forward and share her experiences and struggles. [ Related: Abagail Breslin Takes to Tumblr To Defend Selena Gomez's Curves [...]
In the face of many myths, the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) releases "Nine Truths About Eating Disorders" in order to clarify public understanding. Produced in collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Bulik, PhD, FAED, who serves as distinguished...Show More Summary
Portia de Rossi battled bulimia when she was only 12 years old. The actress is opening up about her eating disorders history, including anorexia, although she still gets tearful when she talks about it, reported Us Weekly. She linksShow More Summary
A toddler is a lot like someone with an eating disorder, changing their diet on a whim.
The undefeated UFC champion opened up about her struggles in a new memoir.
Over 25% of children and teens in the US admit to being the victim of bullying, with 15% admitting to being cyber-bullied. The effects of this kind of behavior can cause issues from social anxiety and depression, to eating disorders and even suicide. Show More Summary
A major yoga magazine is being heavily criticized for providing what appears to be “a manual for bulimia nervosa.” Ever heard of “The Tiger”? Apparently it’s an ancient practice involving self-induced vomiting as a means of self-purification and flattening your stomach. Show More Summary
Transgender and non-transgender lesbian, gay and bisexual students are at greater risk for eating disorders, finds a new study. The study used data from the American College Health Association–National College Health Assessment, a survey of 289,024 students from 223 U.S. Show More Summary
Transgender and non-transgender lesbian, gay and bisexual students are at greater risk for eating disorders, finds a new study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Show More Summary
All the signs that you might be falling in love - AskMen Letting go of those grudges will be a gift to yourself - The Frisky All you need to know if your partner has an eating disorder - xo Jane Sacrificing the last cookie will strengthen...Show More Summary
Guy: I guess I’d rather be bulimic than anorexic.Girl: Oh, why?Guy: Well, I guess it’s the more satisfying eating disorder, cause you can taste yourself getting skinnier every time you vomit!–40th & ParkOverheard by: Mal
Adolescent female military dependents may be at higher risk than civilians for eating disorders and associated problems, according to a study released today in the online version of the International Journal of Eating Disorders. TheShow More Summary
As a lifelong foodist and longtime food professional, I have always taken a keen interest in what I put in my body and share at the table with others. Lately that table has become a matter of dining diplomacy as more people are concerned...Show More Summary
It’s been about 13 years since I recovered from my eating disorder. If you happen to love someone with an eating disorder: be patient, good luck, and here's what you need to know.