Holiday festivities can increase stress and anxiety for individuals with eating disorders. Read more about strategies you and your friends/family members can use to support your treatment and recovery.
Due to the significant proportion of females who present to concussion clinics, clinicians should be encouraged to regularly screen for eating disturbances.
Sarah Faigle, MPH RD LDN CEDRD Spring has sprung! For many, spring may trigger thoughts of renewal and spring cleaning. Unfortunately, for some spring is just the next turn of […]
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 […]
by Sarah Faigle, R.D. The COVID- 19 pandemic has changed daily life for millions of people all over the world. Starting in March, many states in the U.S. have been […]
By Jessica Baker, PhD Last week, we posted a blog about staying on the eating disorders recovery path during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here at the UNC Center of Excellence for […]