A common misconception about an eating disorder and surviving an eating disorder is that it is about food. Certainly, one’s ED experience will affect their relationship with food, but it [...] Read More
Being in a positive and supportive environment is key to maintaining stability throughout the changing waves of eating disorder recovery. But life is not always stable. We move and travel [...] Read More
Eating disorder research is crucial in furthering the understanding of these severe psychiatric illnesses, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Researchers and scientists across the globe are [...] 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
Many large-scale international research studies on eating disorders focus on genetics and identify how metabolic factors increase the risk for eating disorders. International Research on the Genetics of Anorexia Nervosa [...] Read More
Patients Beyond Borders, an organization that works to connect individuals to quality healthcare and also publishes a medical-tourism guidebook, reported in 2007 that “patients spend between $3,800 and $6,000 per [...] Read More
Some insurance programs can make it challenging for families to get coverage, but there are steps you can take to make the pre-approval process easier when seeking treatment for anorexia, [...] Read More
Overcoming an eating disorder is an amazing feat. Recovery is absolutely possible, but challenging life situations can also be challenging to our recovery status. Job and relationship stresses, new environments, [...] Read More
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