Here’s what parents need to know.
Anxiety, disrupted routines and loneliness are fueling people’s food issues as they hunker down during the Covid-19 crisis.
With flavor gone, my old eating disorder came roaring back.
What we eat may be more important than how much we move when it comes to fighting obesity.
The first time we spoke, she was so weak she had collapsed. Why did that not alarm me?
In a memoir, she also recounted her upbringing as the daughter of Rose Chernin, a Communist organizer convicted of trying to overthrow the government.
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Experts say it can result in long-term weight loss and significantly improve physical and emotional health and even longevity.
The constant feeding of our children without a break can compound parental eating issues.
Athletes detailed “fat talks” and eating disorders they said a prominent coach at Wesleyan had fostered. When the same coach was assigned to lead changes in the environment he created, the students protested once again.
Distorted eating behaviors occur in young people irrespective of their weight, gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation.
Susan Burton’s memoir, “Empty,” plumbs the depths of her adolescent anorexia and bingeing.
Social isolation and unstructured days add to the anxiety of those struggling to achieve a healthy relationship with food.
Boredom and stress are two big contributors to emotional eating, and children have a lot of both right now.
I feared that food would be the vector for the virus, the thing that sickened me or made me unknowingly symptomatic.
Is it OK to be “body positive” while striving to be thinner?
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted eating and fitness routines, potentially compounding the stress of those, including athletes, who have eating disorders.
Kurbo by WW promises to fight childhood obesity by teaching kids aged 8 to 17 healthy eating strategies — but is it ever a good idea to teach kids how to diet?
Parents who struggle with food and self-image can inadvertently pass along unhealthy behaviors. Here’s how to avoid it.