Eating disorders and addictions tend to be commonly associated. In addition to addictive behaviors, compulsive eating patterns have been associated with high-risk substance abuse . Some sufferers turn to alcohol [...] Read More
To properly treat eating disorders (EDs), clinicians must use the best tools for every population. Researchers are continually working to ensure that every questionnaire, test, and treatment involved in ED [...] Read More
ARFID and eating disorders are more common than once believed co-occurring disorders among youth and treatment can be challenging, but manageable for families. What is ARFID Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake [...] Read More
The recent hyper-focus on weight and BMI (Body Mass Index) in schools has influenced many dangerous trends, including increased engagement in disordered eating, higher likelihood of participating in dangerous dieting [...] Read More
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