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Study: Social Media Use Linked with Teen Eating Disorders
Study: Social Media Use Linked with Teen Eating Disorders

The Researchers Compared Number of Social Media Accounts to Characteristic Behaviors A new study from psychologists at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia and the University of Western Australia in Crawley, Australia suggests the more often young teens turn to social ...

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    According to the National Eating Disorders Collaboration, eating disorders can develop among people with a combination of psychological, social and ...

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  • Senate SERVE ACT Introduced Increasing Identification of Mental Illness and Eating Disorders Treatment Access for Military Members and Families

    On October 23, 2019, U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Martha McSally (R-AZ), both members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, introduced ...

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  • National Suicide Prevention Week 2019 – You Deserve A Safety Net

    National Suicide Prevention Week (“NSPW”) is September 8 th -14 th this year . Each year, the nation’s largest suicide prevention organization, the ...

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  • Eating Disorder Treatment: A Multi-Disciplinary, Multiple-Phase Approach

    Eating disorders are notoriously difficult to overcome, and must be handled by professionals in multiple fields of medicine. For the best odds of ...

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  • Breaking News in the Field of Eating Disorders Research

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  • Years of Legal Delays and Waste Affect New Jersey State Employees' and Their Children Who Suffer from Eating Disorders

    While this story certainly involves denial of healthcare benefits, insurance, mental health parity, and questionable legal tactics, this is actually a ...

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  • Is Your Eating Disorder “Specialist” Really a Specialist?

    Eating disorders have been shown to have high rates of hospitalizations and death (Arcelus, Mitchell, Wales, & Nielsen, 2011; Klump, Bulik, Kaye, ...

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  • Why Awareness Matters

    It’s 2019, and by now everyone knows what they need to know about eating disorders and we don’t need to raise awareness, right? Of course not. Why? ...

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