Bulimia is a common eating disorder among college-aged students. Bulimia symptoms include episodes of binge-eating followed by purging through self-induced vomiting, over-exercise, or laxative abuse to ‘rid’ the body of [...] Read More
Dieting behaviors among college students are becoming more common. 83% of university females have consciously tried to lose weight or engaged in dieting behaviors . The Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association (MEDA), [...] Read More
For countless college-aged women across the country, becoming integrated in the “Greek Life” is an essential part of making the transition to campus. Originating as ideal that would promote friendship [...] Read More
Having the chance to study abroad while in college is the opportunity of a lifetime for many students. Typically, a university or college campus will offer study-abroad programs with partnering [...] Read More
As costs rise and health benefits decrease for mental health coverage, private payment for eating disorder treatment can be extremely costly. Internationally, there are a few key organizations that one [...] Read More
Eating disorders are no stranger to the collegiate population, with the transition to college being among the most stressful transitions for many individuals. For those who have other risk factors [...] Read More
An astounding number of college students are struggling with eating disorders today, with many students learning how to navigate various aspects of their recovery journey while on their college campuses. [...] Read More
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