THIN: A Look At Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are not about vanity – they’re about control and addiction How many women are affected by eating disorders? One in every seven. Lauren Greenfield discusses her research on anorexia in this illuminating interview. She talks about how anorexia is not really about body image or if clothing fits; it stems from deeper emotional …

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Three Tips To Avoid Binge Eating

Nina V. from Recover from Eating Disorders has some great tips to avoid binge eating Did you know that binge eating is actually the most common eating disorder? Nina not only tells us her three tips to avoid binge eating, but she also explains why we binge eat, and how we can work through our …

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Tyra Banks Asks: What Is Too Thin?

Former model and host of “America’s Next Top Model” Tyra Banks discusses the problems that arise when young girls are bombarded with images of anorexic models. It’s common knowledge in the modeling world that if you’re bigger than a size 4, you need to either lose weight or find a different job. Tyra Banks is …

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Battling EDNOS (Video)

One woman shares her story about battling EDNOS for half of her life and dealing with the disorder as a mother. Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. More Videos

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5 Common Eating Disorder Myths (Video)

Millions of people will suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime, a number that is frightening. But what is even more frightening is the many misconceptions about eating disorders. More Videos

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