Yesterday, the Daily Telegraph published an article about Australian morning television host Samantha Armytage. The article tried to frame itself as being about her struggling new makeover show, “Bringing Sexy Back,” but it really served as an aggressive personal attack on Armytage’s body. Show More Summary
Some scoff at the idea, others clamor for a cure. Is it an eating disorder, or an actual addiction?
"Red Band Society," which premieres Wednesday on Fox, takes place in the teen ward of a shiny L.A. hospital — the "division of adolescent medicine," with side trips to the eating disorders wing. Its lesson, to paraphrase the songwriter, is that despite all the amputation, or the pulmonary...
“You even look a little bit smaller than when you left,” she agreed. It was working.
Post by Maressa Brown. We can point the finger at PhotoShop or even the time-honored "fall gal" Barbie, but no matter who's to blame, there's no denying an epidemic is affecting our teens. Approximately a half million teens struggle with eating disorders or disordered eating, according to research published in the Archives of General Psychiatry. Show More Summary
Zosia Mamet talked about her eating disorder battle on MSNBC's Morning Joe today. The Girls actress revealed how her father, famous playwright David Mamet, called out her addiction one day, saying "You can't die" to try and stop her from hurting herself. In that moment, Zosia said she realized that her "addiction wasn't only about me." Read more...
Post by Liz Alterman. Girls actress Zosia Mamet was told she was fat for the first time when she was just 8 years old. In her Glamour column, the 26-year-old recounts that ever since that day, there's been a "monster" inside her brain that fuels her belief that she needs to be thinner. Mamet knows she's not alone. Show More Summary
The Council of Fashion Designers’ Health Initiative has focused in years past on the problems of eating disorders and underage models. This year, it is urging deep breaths.
Kate Hudson dispelled rumors of an eating disorder in a recent interview for Red magazine. "If there is one thing I will never have, it is an eating disorder," Hudson said. "I won’t have girls –- even if it is just one or two who care -– thinking that. Show More Summary
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It’s pretty remarkable that Kate Hudson has had two kids and is still as slim and sexy as ever, but she insists it’s all the result of a good diet and proper exercise. In her cover story for the October 2014 issue of Red magazine, the...Show More Summary
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There’s one rumor Kate Hudson isn’t willing to ignore: that she suffers from an eating disorder. Kate may be slim, just like most actresses, but she made it clear she doesn’t resort to unhealthy means to do it in an interview. RELATED: What would get Kate Hudson to actually marry Matt Bellamy? Kate explained: If […]
The universality and the origins of anorexia nervosa have been the subject of years of debate. Some argue that the eating disorder is a culture-bound syndrome specific to the Western, industrialized world, while others maintain that there is evidence that the disease is not confined to more recent times or one part of the world. […]
Kate Hudson is one of those actresses who likes to think of themselves as a role model to the younger generation, and that’s why recent allegations in the press that she had an eating disorder needed to be quashed before they did any damage. Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. Kate Hudson may have one gorgeous body, but she wants one thing to be made perfectly clear -- she did not get it by way of having an eating disorder. The Something Borrowed actress recently sat down for a cover...Show More Summary
Kate Hudson flashes her gorgeous smile on the cover of Red magazine’s October 2014 issue, out on newsstands on Thursday (September 4)! Here’s what the 35-year-old actress shared with the mag: On being a good role model: If there is one thing I will never have, it is an eating disorder. I won’t have girls [...]
By Amanda Mannen,Sara Castro,Christine M. Published: August 31st, 2014 Our culture tends to make the most basic concepts way too complicated, even something as simple as putting stuff in our bodies so we can keep living. In one corner, we have evil food companies who trick you into becoming addicted to foods that will k
Her personal struggles with eating disorders, substance abuse and self-harm are well-documented, but these days Demi Lovato is in much happier spirits. The “Heart Attack” songstress posted four photos from her MTV Video Music AwardsShow More Summary
The study showed that eating disorders are not diagnosed early enough when specialists focus exclusively on weight.