Suicide and attempted suicide have been dubbed as a mental illness, in which many people are suffering including young kids, teenagers, and adults.
Instagram can help depressed individuals handle their condition, express them in healthy ways and interact with others also going through the same predicament.
Last May, Kesha took down her own body shamers by posting a bathroom selfie through instagram.
Men suffering from anorexia nervosa are obsessed in keeping their weight low.
Few months after the treatment, the participants’ depression and anxiety were reduced.
Though a traditional eating disorder is linked to fixation with food and weight, there are thoughts and behaviors of an anorexic woman that are considered typical for autism.
The hashtag #GainingWeightIsCool is being used by activists and eating disorder survivors to drive home the message that not all weight gain is bad for health.
What was thought to be an eating disorder in teenagers is now prevalent among middle-aged women.
Anorexia, that dreaded eating disorder normally associated with some psychological or external factor, may be tied up with something else following studies revealing that it could be a tied up with some bacterial infection.
Alexa PenaVega unveiled her secret in a cathartic contemporary dance rendition.
Eating disorders can boost the risk of autoimmune disorders, according to a new study.
According to a new UK study, men with eating disorders are often overlooked and misdiagnosed.
The love hormone does more than make you want to cuddle after sex. It can also help treat eating disorders, according to new research.
In a new study, researchers reported that the clinical presentation of eating disorders vary greatly depending on age.
Eating disorders are not just a girl thing. any people assume eating disorders very rarely affect males, but a new study of 5,527 teenage males reveals that one in five adolescent boys feel extremely concerned about their weight and physique. Researchers said that these boys were also significantly more likely to start engaging in risky behaviors like drug use and binge drinking.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.