Pressure to be thin is threatening the physical and mental health of an entire generation of Chinese women.
The internet is full of soft chatter about the weight loss effects of an antidepressant not recommended for those with eating disorders—but that gets prescribed to them anyway.
"The first time I had to isolate, my PTSD brain was on fire."
Even the most seemingly healthy personal goals can often hide unhealthy or unrealistic aesthetic aspirations.
Treatment is often one-size-fits-all: "One questionnaire asked if I felt fat. I thought: I am, being fat is not a feeling."
Women, teenagers and ED survivors say they keep seeing ads on TikTok and Instagram for apps designed to help you stop eating.
Even if you've never struggled with disordered eating before, having to stay home can be a real challenge in managing your mental health as it relates to your body image.
A new study finds eating disorders are highly correlated with problems during pregnancies.
The corner of the internet that chronicles meticulous diets and “clean eating” regimens is still a petri dish for orthorexia.
Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder isn't just "picky eating."