Sunday Smorgasbord

This is your weekly smorgasbord, where I trawl the web for the latest ED-related news, research, and more so you don't have to.

Have something you'd like to see in the smorgasbord?  Email me at carrie [at] edbites [dot] com!

A new blog on eating disorders called Keep Smilin.

How Cognitive Dissonance reduces thin ideal & prevents eating disorders.

Fat Talk Free Week: Body-Image Campaign Goes to College.

The disappearing family dinner phenomenon – how it impacts someone with an eating disorder.

Dr. Walt Kaye on convergence of biology in obesity, eating disorders.

Have eating disorder symptoms? Age 13 or older? Participate in an online study.

Podcast from the Anxiety Disorders Association of America on Eating Disorders and Anxiety.

Study Links Weight-Loss Surgery to Heightened Suicide Risk.

Nip it in the bud before the bloom. U of Chicago family web-based early bulimia study.

Information processing of food pictures in binge eating disorder.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and eating disorders.

Association study in eating disorders: TPH2 associates with anorexia nervosa and self-induced vomiting.

Experience with activity based anorexia enhances conditioned taste aversion learning in rats.

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5 comments:

Ashley @ Nourishing the Soul said...

Always look forward to your Sunday round-up. Thanks, Carrie!

Carrie Arnold said...

You're welcome! I love sorting through the information out there, and I almost collect it by instinct at this point.

Renee said...
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hm said...

Carrie, your posts are not only informative, but beautifully raw and honest, presenting a template for recovery that so many of us with EDs are desperate for. You are like a Sherpa for the mountains of recovery. (metephor- ha ha) Seriously- after 20+ years of being entrenched in anorexia- it was your writings that gave me hope, and boot imprints in the snow into which I could put my feet. Thank you.

Sarah said...

Thanks, Carrie. I took the survey. I hope it is helpful to their project. It made me sad. I can't believe I am still here after all these years, at my age. I don't know when or how I am ever going to emerge from this. Thanks for giving me hope that it is possible.

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