Eating Disorders

Stress and different access to food during social distancing can trigger harmful thoughts. Here's how to handle it.
The singer opened up to Ellen DeGeneres about how her eating disorder led to a relapse after six years of sobriety.
"I’ve spent almost three decades hearing I am a ticking time bomb and that I’d be dead by 30 and I am deeply, profoundly tired of it."
Demi Lovato's latest words are a reminder that just telling a loved one to reach out for help isn't enough.
The pop singer explained her relationship with food and exercise in the Netflix documentary "Miss Americana" and a new magazine interview.
This effective eating plan is a happier, healthier approach to food.
Diet culture is rife with seasonal tips on overeating, but most of them just fuel food guilt. Instead, what if we just ate and moved on?
I’m free, and that’s worth so much more than being thin ever was.
Eating disorders as a whole are relatively misunderstood, and the misunderstandings become even worse if you don’t “look” the part.
Weight Watchers, now called WW, is promoting a new "behavior change program" for kids ages 8 to 17.
Dinner plates featuring portion control circles caught the attention of many on Twitter, including body positivity activist Jameela Jamil.
How I used yoga to heal the damage yoga did to my mind and body.
Lisa Boltman's 25-year struggle with anorexia took a toll on her mind and body, but it didn't destroy her marriage. This is how she — and the relationship — have survived.
The actress said the wardrobe sessions "made me really insecure."
It’s challenging to love your own body when the women you love and admire can't stop upholding an unrealistic ideal of thin.
Medical experts who treat body image issues explain why we shouldn’t blindly follow the eating habits of these (mostly) nonprofessionals.
Christina Grasso said she worries how others struggling with eating disorders might react to SkinnyMe Tea’s message.
My life of red carpets, hit TV shows ... and losing a tooth from purging!
Body-shaming culture is everywhere, the "Good Place" star pointed out -- and "it takes someone and something aggressive to tear that down.”
‘America’s sport’ To understand the stories of these women, it’s important to take a look at the sports behemoth that employs