National Eating Disorders Association

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  1. Dear Lesley: What is Symptom Substitution?

    ... regularly educates other healthcare professionals about the diversity and dangers of eating disorders. She has made several media ...

  2. Research Grants

    ... apply. We are interested in geographic, gender, and racial diversity and we encourage women and minorities, as well as investigators from ...

  3. Dear Lesley: How Can I Maintain Eating Disorder Recovery with Stomach Sensitivities?

    ... regularly educates other healthcare professionals about the diversity and dangers of eating disorders. She has made several media ...

  4. Dear Lesley: How Can I Earn My Parents’ Trust Back After Struggling with an Eating Disorder?

    ... regularly educates other healthcare professionals about the diversity and dangers of eating disorders. She has made several media ...

  5. Dear Lesley: Why is It So Difficult to Eat in Public?

    ... regularly educates other healthcare professionals about the diversity and dangers of eating disorders. She has made several media ...

  6. So, What to Expect from A and F?

    ... hopes?  De-sexualization of their advertising to kids, size diversity in ads and in their products, and ultimately leadership in ...

  7. Losing “It” and Gaining Acceptance In The Anti-Dieting Age

    ... and the way companies have published promotions with body diversity in the last few years has made serious progress in society’s ...

  8. 6 Empowering Ad Campaigns That Are Changing the Way We Talk About Bodies

    ... began in 2016 and has done much more than increase the diversity of their size range and models. For the first time, women of all ...

  9. Recognizing, Treating, and Coping with Binge Eating Disorder

    ... the diverse communities affected. This includes size diversity—just as it’s impossible to tell if someone is struggling with ...

  10. Charging Airline Passengers By Weight is a Terrible Idea

    ... narrowly define beauty and fails to adequately portray the diversity of our society in media. As obesity rates have crept up in the United ...

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