Anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating, and other eating disorders.
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Dying to be Thin
Companion web site to the NOVA program broadcast on December 12,2000. Examines debilitating and sometimes life-threatening eating disorders, particularly anorexia and bulimia. Includes personal stories sent in by readers.
Eating Disorder Recovery
Eating disorders articles, DSM-IV-TR criteria, references, online discussion forum, list of in-patient programs, questions and answers.
Information to help individuals along the way to recovery, ranging from signs and symptoms, to relapse warning signs.
Eating Disorders Information and Links
Find information on various types of Eating Disorders, treatment and recovery on and offline. Memorial sites, message boards, midi, and cards.
A faith-based organization for people struggling with eating and body image issues. Includes self-test, survey, and links.
Gaining: The Truth About Life After Eating Disorders
Author Aimee Liu hosts this website as a resource and inspiration for individuals, therapists, and families who seek to understand, treat, or recover from eating disorders. Offers events, a newsletter and biography.
MediZine: Eating Disorders
Statistical information regarding bulimia, anorexia, and binge eating disorder.
MedlinePlus: Eating Disorders
Directory of resources about all aspects of eating disorders from the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health.
Merck: Eating Disorders
Information on anorexia nervosa, bulimia, and other eating disorders. Includes causes, risk factors, and support resources.
National Eating Disorder Information Centre
Promotes healthy lifestyles as an alternative to dieting and the destructive cultural emphasis on appearance. Descriptions of various disorders; FAQ; guide for those close to sufferers; list of seminars and programs in Canada.
Psychosomatics and Eating Disorders
Eating disorders from a psychoanalytic perspective.
BBC: 'Food fear' children need support
Explains how most young people with an eating disorder say there is no-one they can turn to about their problem. (February 05, 2007)
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