Eating Disorder

GUEST POST: Brian Cuban recounts his 27-year struggle with anorexia and bulimia, and outlines a plan for improving coverage of eating disorders in the media.
A new organization is teaching fitness professionals how to spot the signs of exercise addiction. Contributing Writer Katherine Schreiber sat down with the founder to learn what all of us can do to help — and why all gym-goers should be aware of this growing concern.
“Fat talk” is getting increasingly common among college-age women. But new research suggests no one wants to be around the gal that’s griping about her weight gain. How can we discuss body image issues in a positive way?
OP-ED: Abercrombie’s CEO says he won’t sell XL or XXL women’s clothing. But if young people start out with a positive body image, it won’t matter what the store sells.
GUEST POST: How do you find your way through the societal pressures and stereotypes to a healthy idea of body image? Writer and poet Caroline Rothstein talks about her own struggle with eating disorders and self-definition.

It's Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and we've rounded up some of the best individuals and organizations that are working toward positive body image for the millions of men and women affected.

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When diet dedication always wins over killer weekend plans, it might be a sign that too much of a good thing can actually be bad. Meet Orthorexia, a form of disordered eating that might seem like an innocent obsession.

It's Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and we've rounded up some of the best individuals and organizations that are working toward positive body image for the millions of men and women affected.

GUEST POST: How do you find your way through the societal pressures and stereotypes to a healthy idea of body image? Writer and poet Caroline Rothstein talks about her own struggle with eating disorders and self-definition.
OP-ED: Abercrombie’s CEO says he won’t sell XL or XXL women’s clothing. But if young people start out with a positive body image, it won’t matter what the store sells.
“Fat talk” is getting increasingly common among college-age women. But new research suggests no one wants to be around the gal that’s griping about her weight gain. How can we discuss body image issues in a positive way?
A new organization is teaching fitness professionals how to spot the signs of exercise addiction. Contributing Writer Katherine Schreiber sat down with the founder to learn what all of us can do to help — and why all gym-goers should be aware of this growing concern.

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