CEED invites you to participate in an anonymous study of the impact of climate change on mental health.
by Anastassia Skarlinski Cooking oils are pretty essential in a lot of meals. Oils can help blend or enhance the flavors in the meal. In baked goods, they help reduce […]
CEED summer trainees demonstrate that the future of our field is in good hands.
By Melissa Munn-Chernoff, PhD, FAED College students are at risk for having adverse mental health outcomes.1 For example, the prevalence of eating disorder diagnoses in college is 11%-17% in women […]
By Melissa Munn-Chernoff, Ph.D. Most research on eating disorders and their symptoms have been conducted in individuals of European ancestry, despite studies demonstrating their presence in individuals of Asian ancestry […]
by Sarah Faigle, MPH, RD, LDN and Cynthia Bulik, PhD This is Part 3 of a three part blog series on safe eating after returning to college. Part 1 focused […]