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.

Fascinating connection between thyroid & anorexia nervosa?

New book breaks the code of silence about ballet and eating disorders.

How Trauma Affects the Brain.

Interpreting Holiday Eating Advice with an Intuitive Eye.

To make grocery shopping a little less stressful (or at least more interesting): The sociology of shopping cart and express check-out line etiquette.

British Columbia eating disorder patients denied treatment. {{Some triggering photos and information...read with caution. I included the article because I think the issue is really important.}}


DSM-5 and ICD-11 Watch. Geeky blog for diagnostic manual watchers.

Because you know you need to see video of an emu and a wallaby on a treadmill.

Follow Your Doctor's Orders...And Pet Your Pooch: Never underestimate the power of puppies, or other four-legged friends.


Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Checklist for Parents.
 
The gene "for" nothing, or, almost everything.
 
“Skinny girls are not glamor girls.” Vintage weight gain ads – changing standards, changing markets…
 
Tips for balancing the battle with eating disorders and the holidays.
 
Image Tool Catches Fashion Industry Photo Alterations.
 
Gray matter in brain's control center linked to ability to process reward.
 
Different Moderators of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy on Subjective and Objective Binge Eating in Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder: A Three-Year Follow-Up Study.
 
Repeated gastric distension alters food intake and neuroendocrine profiles in rats.
 
Mealtime Support in Anorexia Nervosa: A Within-Subject Comparison Study of a Novel Vodcast Intervention.
 
How does the social environment 'get into the mind'? Epigenetics at the intersection of social and psychiatric epidemiology.
 
Automatic and Intentional Processing of Body Pictures in Binge Eating Disorder.
 
Efficacy trial of a selective prevention program targeting both eating disorder symptoms and unhealthy weight gain among female college students.
 
Eating Disorders Among a Community-based Sample of Chilean Female Adolescents.
 
The dual-pathway and cognitive-behavioural models of binge eating: prospective evaluation and comparison.

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6 comments:

hm said...

I do hate shoppers who do not comply with express lane rules. And I LOOOOOOVE the snarky checker who says loudly, "Excuse me, sir/ma'am, this lane is for ten items or less" to the offender. Hahahahaha. I'm sadistic like that.

Emmy said...

thanks, I really appreciate these links. Especially the one about ballet and eating disorders. I have just had to move home after attending the Jacobs school of Music, which has one of the top ballet programs in the country, and it's disturbing how many of the girls have obvious EDs. I'm glad someone is finally bringing the issue to light.

Jen said...

Re the research re the thyroid, I found this link to be amazingly important. When you think about all the areas of the body affected.....
I'm glad someone else is stepping out of the box. I hope more people do studies re the possibility of ED's being endocrine based.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endocrine_system
PS, as usual, a great collection!!!

NS said...

The thyroid research was particularly interesting, and its speculation about an AN link to migratory behavior is reminiscent of Shan Guisinger's "Adapted to Flee Famine" article:

http://www.shanguisinger.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/guisinger-an-pr-2003.pdf

Carrie Arnold said...

I love Shan and the Adapted to Flee Famine hypothesis. It's the basis of a chapter in my upcoming book. ;)

NS said...

cool!!!!

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