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8 Things I Wish I Knew When I Went to an Eating Disorder Treatment Center

1. You are not a bad sister. Or a bad daughter. Or a bad friend. Or a bad anything. You are sick. You are suffering from a disease that has to do with genetics and brain chemistry and environmental factors and probably something much deeper than what our human minds can comprehend. Try to bring curiosity, rather than blame, into this moment. 2. Show More Summary

New Guidelines for Nausea, Stomach Pain and Other Problems Help Physicians Better Diagnose, Treat Kids

A child feels nauseated all the time, but no medical test can find what is wrong. Or a child vomits regularly, but there's no illness or eating disorder to explain it. These, and other stomach and bowel-related problems with no obvious causes, are called functional gastrointestinal disorders. Show More Summary

Keanu Reeves and the Cast of "To the Bone" Star in the Nine Truths About Eating Disorders in Honor of World Eating Disorders Action Day, June 2, 2016

Keanu Reeves and the cast of "To the Bone" star in the Nine Truths About Eating Disorders, a public service announcement based on a document developed by the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) to clarify public understanding of and dispel the many myths about eating disorders.

Keanu Reeves Y El Elenco De "To The Bone" Estelarizan Las Nueve Realidades Acerca De Los Trastornos De La Conducta Alimentaria (TCA) En Honor Al Dia Mundial De Accion Por Los Trastornos De La Conducta Alimentaria Junio 2, 2016

Keanu Reeves y el elenco de To the Bone estelarizan las Nueve Realidades Acerca de los Trastornos de la Conducta Alimentaria, un anuncio de servicio publico basado en un documento desarrollado por la Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) para aclarar al publico el entendimiento de y disipar mitos acerca de los trastornos de la conducta alimentaria.

From Eating Disorders to Thriving: How Mindfulness Changed My Life

The post From Eating Disorders to Thriving: How Mindfulness Changed My Life appeared first on Change Your Life | The Change Blog.

Study Finds ‘Significant’ Link Between Social Media and Eating Disorders

According to a new study, young people who consume "fitspiration" content are more likely to engage in anorexia- or bulimia-related behaviors.

Eugenie Bouchard reveals overcoming an eating disorder as Victoria Azarenka exits French Open in tears - Paris match points

PARIS MATCH POINTS: Eugenie Bouchard, a 6-2, 6-2 winner over Germany's Laura Siegemund on Tuesday, says she has beaten an eating disorder brought on by 'a lot of nerves'.

Whitney Cummings Opens Up About Her Eating Disorder & Reveals She 'Almost Exclusively Ate Sugar-Free Twizzlers and Diet Sunkist!'

Whitney Cummings is getting super honest about some serious struggles! On Tuesday, the gorgeous gal announced through People that she'll be releasing a book documenting some shocking issues she's gone through during her life. Photo: Check Out Whitney In This Topless Photo! The funny lady revealed that her first memoir, I'm Fine … And Other Lies, will be [...]

This Body Positivity Activist Is Back With Another Refreshingly Real Post

Megan Jayne is a body positivity blogger and social media activist who frequently graces the internet with her refreshing perspective and candid reality checks. After overcoming an eating disorder at 14, she started a website, Body Posi...Show More Summary

Tweeting your weight loss? Is there a link between microblogging, eating disorders?

In a new study, investigators have explored the relationship between social media, eating disorders, and compulsive exercise.

Miss Universe Says Donald Trump Caused Her Eating Disorder After Calling Her ‘Miss Piggy’

A former Miss Universe has come forward to confirm claims of Donald Trump’s cavalier attitude towards women. Whether or not this will hurt his chances after securing the GOP presidential nomination is another story. Venezuelan beauty...Show More Summary

Mark Driscoll's Response to Question on Anorexia: Satan, Idolatry May Be Culprits

Is an eating disorder considered a sin? Arizona-based Trinity Church pastor Mark Driscoll answers, including a response that Satan's oppression and idolatry can sometimes be culprits.

How To Have More Inclusive Conversations Regarding Mental Health

A considerable number of college students struggle with mental health-related issues such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and eating disorders, among others. It is encouraging to see the growing dialogue and resources...Show More Summary

What This Gay Eating Disorder Survivor Has Learned From His Struggle

Eric Dorsa hopes that sharing his struggles with an eating disorder will shed light on what he sees as an often-overlooked issue in the gay community. As seen in the above video, the 27-year-old opened up about his battle with anorexia...Show More Summary

How One Girl Who Codes Alumnae Is Using Code To Bring Awareness To Eating Disorders

"A game I'd like to create is one that helps girls with eating disorders because I've struggled with eating disorders my entire life. The game would simulate an eating disorder and might seem like it's taking you over or thinking for itself because that's what an eating disorder is like. Show More Summary

Is Physician-Assisted Suicide Right for Severe Psychiatric Disorders?

Two summers ago, our family grabbed a bite to eat in downtown Annapolis and headed over to the Naval Academy for a parade — celebrating the end of Plebe Summer, six weeks of rigorous physical and mental training for new midshipmen. It was late August, […]

Naked Kesha has a beautifully simple, NSFW message for body shamers.

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

After the delayed success in her battle against Dr. Luke, Kesha is ready to take on her battle with her eating disorder and depression. And she is doing this by taking pictures of herself. Naked. A photo posted by Kesha (@iiswhoiis)Show More Summary

Kesha kindly reminds body shamers that they look like 'dickheads'

Anyone who hasn't learned not to mess with Kesha yet should probably figure that out immediately.  Kesha's been very open about her struggles with mental health and an eating disorder she claims stemmed from the emotional and sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her former producer, Dr. Show More Summary

Obese or anorexic individuals react differently to taste, study says

Women suffering from anorexia nervosa and those who are obese respond differently to taste, a finding that could lead to new treatments for the eating disorders, report investigators.

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