Including individuals from diverse populations in genetic research will ensure that our findings will benefit everyone who suffers from eating disorders and not perpetuate health disparities.
by Dani Coan Dani is a rising senior social work major at NC State and a CEED Summer Intern. She is also a Research Assistant in Dr. Goode’s Living F.R.E.E. […]
Marina Harris, Ph.D. Quarantine has presented unique challenges for all of us, including an increased focus on health and physical appearance. In particular, at CEED we have seen an increase […]
Author: Ya-Ke (Grace) Wu, PhD, RN Studies of the prevalence of eating disorders have been mainly based on populations in the United States and Western Europe, but recent studies indicate […]
by Cynthia Bulik, PhD and Sarah Faigle, RD, MPH This is Part 2 of a three part blog series on safe eating after returning to college. Part 1 focused on […]
by Maddie Mosier With the relatively recent proliferation of online communication platforms (e.g., Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, Tumblr), navigating media in the context of eating disorders has become more […]