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By On September 7th, 2016

Recovery from Surgery Not Unlike Recovery from an Eating Disorder, Part III

Written by Joleen Wilson, RD/LD, CNSC, CBIS, Dietitian for Pathway to Eating Disorders Treatment at Brookhaven Hospital In the previous two blogs of this series, I discussed how the steps in recovering from surgery can be likened to the steps necessary to recovery from anorexia, bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder, or BED.  Now I would like…

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By On August 31st, 2016

Rehabilitation from a surgery – Not unlike making your body well again, Part II

Written by Joleen Wilson, RD/LD, CNSC, CBIS, Dietitian for Pathway to Eating Disorders Treatment at Brookhaven Hospital In the previous blog of this series, I discussed how recovery from surgery can be similar to the healing process associated with anorexia nervosa.  There are many points of inter-relatedness associated with the other eating disorders as well as…

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By On July 8th, 2016

Non-Involved Parents May Contribute To Their Child’s Binge-Eating

A parent’s involvement in their child’s life may play a huge role in how likely a child is to develop binge-eating habits that could potentially develop into binge-eating disorder later in life, according to a recent study from the University of Illinois. While the weight, race, and income of parents seemed to have no effect…

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By On February 12th, 2016

Facts Everyone Should Know About Binge Eating Disorder

Binge eating disorder (BED) isn’t a joke. We all laugh and say how we “binged” when we ate too much at Thanksgiving or had a few too many pieces of pizza, but for the 8.5 million Americans who live with the disorder it is no laughing matter. Binge eating disorder isn’t indulging in too much…

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By On November 13th, 2015

Your Body Shape May Increase Your Risk of Binge Eating Disorder Behaviors

Women with “apple-shaped bodies” – those who store more of their fat in their rear and abdominal areas – may be at significantly heightened risk for developing binge eating disorder (BED) behaviors, according to a new study from Drexel University. The findings indicate those with apple-shaped bodies were at particularly high risk for the development…

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