Sunday Smorgasbord

This is your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, a collection of links, research, news, and reviews from around the ED world. I trawl the web so you don't have to!

Does dieting pollute us?

Cuddle your disorder: German companies offer mental illness plushies. I have numerous Giant Microbes, but I can't quite see these having the same commercial success...

Eating disorders, obesity and addiction

Mice show heritable desire for exercise

Problems of genetic determinism on behavior

Five ways to find joy in moving your body

When an eating disorder reappears

Art that makes you feel good: dopamine crystals.

The latent structure of dietary restraint, body dissatisfaction, and drive for thinness

A moving video statement about taking back your life from your ED

Anxiety in the workplace even affects neuroscientists

The incidence of anorexia nervosa in Netherlands Antilles immigrants in the Netherlands

Gender differences in outcome of eating disorders: A retrospective cohort study.

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