Sponsored By: The Laureate Eating Disorders Program Understanding the role of dietary deficiencies and genetic variation impact on the efficacy of medication can be an effective tool when treatment planning with [...] Read More
Obesity is considered a chronic disease and treatment is typically consistent with long-term solutions to have effective weight loss. There are some statistics, however, that look at the long-term outcomes [...] Read More
An individual who has bariatric surgery often struggles with emotional and mental issues after the procedure. For those who have unresolved eating disorders, the concerns can be even more profound. [...] Read More
Contributed by Kerri Gilfillan, PsyD – Clinical Lead Eating Disorders – Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center It’s widely understood that individuals with an eating disorder (ED) have a complicated and altered [...] Read More
Until recently eating disorders were believed to originate from influences of developmental, social, and biological factors. Now, in the world of mental health, researchers are beginning to understand that there [...] Read More
In early 2017 a preliminary study found that symptoms of an eating disorder were lessened due to electrical stimulation of the brain, most specifically, bulimia nervosa . This study looked [...] Read More
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