Sunday Smörgåsbord

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.

Young vegetarians prone to binge eating, says new study.

Back to school fuel: how restrictive diets can compromise student performace.

Thoughts on recovery from a recovering mother.

The brains of people with BN process emotional information differently.

Psychophysiological responses to idiosyncratic stress in bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder.

Male Athletes Struggle With Eating Disorders.

Binge eating in binge eating disorder: A break-down of emotion regulatory process?

{{Sorry- it was a really slow news week.}}

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Laura said...

never apologize! these are always great.

Anonymous said...

I love these posts! I look forward to them every weekend haha i try to find ED info like this but maybe you are just a better "googler" then me !

Anonymous said...

Have you heard about the new book, "Maggie goes on a Diet"? (I think it's Maggie, may have the name wrong. Apparently the target audience is 6 to 11 year old GIRLS and it is about a girl of maybe 13 who is unhappy because she is too fat to fit into a prom dress so she goes on a diet and her life is transformed. Disgusting, really.

Carrie Arnold said...

I've heard about the book--I decided not to say anything because I didn't want to bring it any more attention than it was already getting.

The sad thing was that it really didn't surprise me. It's disgusting, yes, but not really all that shocking.

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