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What Does Someone with an Eating Disorder Look Like?

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5 Tips to Challenging Diet Culture

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Sponsored by McCallum Place Here are 5 tips and reminders to help you take action against diet culture: You don’t need to “earn” or “work for” food. Food is a…
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Neurobiology of Eating Disorders

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By Allison Haener, MSN, FNP-BC What does the brain have to do with an eating disorder? Having an eating disorder is just someone’s selfish choice, it’s an adolescent “girl thing”,…

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