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5 Eating Disorder Recovery Tips for the 4th of July

5 Eating Disorder Recovery Tips for the 4th of July

Fourth of July is a fun holiday. The celebration of our country’s birth is full of fireworks, family time, friends, swimming and food. Any party or event to celebrate is sure to be food-filled with American favorites such as hotdogs and hamburgers! For most Americans, this holiday weekend will be joyfully anticipated, and there will […]

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Binge Eating Disorder or General Overeating?

Curious about the difference between Binge Eating Disorder and general over eating? Find answers here! http://m.psychologytoday.com/blog/emotional-eating/201212/the-difference-between-binge-eating-and-general-overeating?utm_source=Inside+iaedp+January+25%2C+2013&utm_campaign=iaedp+Symposium+2013&utm_medium=email

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Living Hope EDTC Winter Workshop February 8th

Come hear our team discuss Eating Disorders and Medical Complications on February 8th. See the flyer below for all information. Hope to see you there! -Living Hope Eating Disorder Treatment Center Treatment Team Living Hope Eating Disorder Treatment Center Workshop and Open House Eating Disorders and Medical Complications, Part 1 Date: February 8th, 2013 Time: […]

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Our Imaginary Weight Problem

“If the government were to redefine normal weight as one that doesn’t increase the risk of death, then about 130 million of the 165 million American adults currently categorized as overweight and obese would be re-categorized as normal weight instead. To put some flesh on these statistical bones, the study found a 6 percent decrease […]

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Eating Disorder Treatment Guidelines

According to standardized eating disorder treatment guidelines, a team approach works best for eating disorder patients. The treatment team should include a physician, counselor, and dietitian, with eating disorder experience if possible. Find out more here: http://www.aedweb.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Medical_Care_Standards&Template=%2FCM%2FContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=2413

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First study of eating disorders in teen ER patient suggests an opportunity to spot hidden problems

A new study shows 16% of teens aged 14-20 seen in the ER may have an undiagnosed eating disorder.  Better screening in the ER could help and make a major difference in these lives! http://umhsheadlines.org/26/first-study-of-eating-disorders-in-teen-er-patients-suggests-an-opportunity-to-spot-hidden-problems/?utm_source=HSH&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=first-study-of-eating-disorders-in-teen-er-patients-suggests-an-opportunity-to-spot-hidden-problems&utm_source=Inside+iaedp+December+6+2012&utm_campaign=iaedp+Symposium+2013&utm_medium=email