How Long Does It Take to Gain Weight After Anorexia?

Anorexia nervosa is a truly debilitating condition.

What Are The Physical and Behavioral Effects of Under-Eating?

In medical terms, when a person is under-eating, it means their energy intake via food is not enough to meet their body’s daily energy requirements.

Eating Disorder Treatment: The Road to Recovery

Addressing and treating an eating disorder can be a complicated and lengthy process.

Not a Joking Matter: Comedian Kathy Griffin Opens Up About Eating Disorder

Eating disorders don't discriminate.

The Mental and Physical Health Impacts Caused by Eating Disorders

Eating disorders cause a wide array of direct and indirect health complications and side effects.

Identifying Chronic Gastritis When You Have An Eating Disorder

Chronic gastritis is estimated to affect approximately 11 percent of all people living in the U.S.

Compulsive Overeating and Binge Eating Disorder: Are They Different?

Compulsive overeating is both its own type of eating disorder and an umbrella term for eating behaviors that are associated with a loss-of-control to food-related impulses.

Anorexia Athletica: Causes, Complications, and Treatment

Every year, thousands of amateur and professional athletes struggle with anorexia athletica, a lesser-known eating disorder, and variation of anorexia nervosa.

Glandular Problems and Eating Disorders: One of The Lesser Known Side Effects

One of the lesser-known potential consequences of an eating disorder is hypothyroidism, a condition caused by disrupted functioning of the thyroid gland.

How To Avoid Refeeding Syndrome When Treating Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia nervosa is a serious condition characterized by a person's fear of gaining weight.