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Insights on eating disorders, nutrition, relational challenges, and the links between them
Cynthia M. Bulik Ph.D.
Hurtful comments about shape and weight can cut you to the core. You may never forget them, but you can buffer their impact.
Anorexia nervosa is an insidious life-threatening hijacker. Does the disorder have any warning signs?
A global study launches to explore how genes and environment influence the risk of eating disorders.
How can we make sure that telehealth and tele-mental health benefits are here to stay?
Do you get nauseated when others scroll? You're not alone.
Next time you wonder whether you should wear a mask, ask yourself these simple ethical questions.
Please take a survey to help us understand how COVID-19 is affecting people living with eating disorders.
Struggling to help your older parents during COVID-19? Some tips to keep them safe and connected.
Not only is it OK, but it is essential to lower your expectations of yourself and your children during lockdown for COVID-19.
Is your relationship feeling the strain of working at home due to COVID-19? These simple tips can help.
Don't be blindsided by the empty nest. It is one of the top triggers for eating disorders in midlife.
A curious experience of respect in London helps me rethink the role of older women in my life.
In this second of a series of excerpts on midlife triggers for eating disorders, I illustrate how divorce and dating in midlife can cue an eating disorder.
Infidelity is one of many interpersonal stressors that can trigger midlife eating disorders. Treatment centers around the country are seeing a rise in men and women in midlife and beyond presenting for treatment for eating disorders.
Body dissatisfaction does not discriminate on the basis of age.
Cynthia M. Bulik, Ph.D., is the Founding Director of the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders.