Pica – More Understanding and Less Judgment

15 March 2019

What is pica and who is most likely to develop the disorder? Are you aware of the signs and health risks of pica? If...

Orthorexia – Amanda’s Story

03 March 2019

Mention the term ‘eating disorder’ and most people think of anorexia or bulimia. There are lesser-known eating d...

What Happens When Bulimia Takes Over

03 May 2018

Appearance and body shape are important issues for many people today. Some like to take good care of how they look and w...

Why Does Compulsive Overeating Need to Be Treated?

06 March 2018

On hearing the word ‘addiction’, most people’s thoughts turn to harmful substances such as heroin or cocaine, or e...

Which is Worse – Bulimia or Anorexia?

26 December 2017

The question of which is worse, bulimia or anorexia, is one that is often asked, particularly by those who believe they ...

Rebuilding Your Confidence after an Eating Disorder

23 January 2017

Many people will struggle with an eating disorders at some point during their life; it is something that can stay with...

Eating Disorders and Social Media

20 January 2017

Eating disorders are becoming increasingly common, but are more prominent in young adults and teenagers. Many expert...

Eating Disorders Among Middle-Aged Women

17 January 2017

Many individuals in the UK will suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their life. Generally, people tend t...

Eating Disorders – How Chewing and Spitting Can Harm Health

10 January 2017

When it comes to eating disorders, most people are aware of anorexia and bulimia, but not many know about an equally dan...

Celebrities and Eating Disorders

04 January 2017

An eating disorder is classed as a mental health problem and is something that affects many people across the UK. The co...

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