Sunday Smorgasbord

It's once again time for your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, where I trawl the web for the latest in ED-related news, research, and more, so you don't have to.

The Psychology Of Yogurt, or what probiotics can teach us about the mind-body problem.

Help improve the Maudsley approach for teen anorexia in Uuniversity of Chicago study.

An n-gram of the phrase "fat free." More on n-grams here. {For fun, I made an n-gram of anorexia.}

Beautiful Brains- National Geographic piece on the teenage brain.

Families and Mental Illness: What Do They Know?

The Same but Different? Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescents and Adults.

Intuitive Eating Pro Newsletter, September 2011.

The End of Dieting? ADA Debate Throws Obesity Science Into Doubt.

Eating disorders plague teen boys, too--it's not just a girl thing.

Changes in salivary cortisol levels as a prognostic predictor in children with anorexia nervosa.

Women with history of EDs more vulnerable to postpartum depression.

Brain as art: Waves of Mu.

Social cognition in bulimia nervosa: A systematic review.

Wonderful Robert Krulwich post about "extreme tidying up."

Yale psychologist calls for end of individual therapy-based mental health.

Eating Patterns in a Population-Based Sample of Children Aged 5 to 7 Years: Association With Psychopathology and Parentally Perceived Impairment.

Amazing new eating disorder magazine out of Scotland, "The Voice."

Imagine running one marathon & then another, no preparation - for parents and child, this is what beating AN is like.

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Anonymous said...

Thank-you for putting a link to "The Voice."

It has suggestions and provides motivation for those of us working on recovery. I am going to begin by trying out the relaxation technique called "Pyramid of Peace."

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