How to Support Your Child Through Eating Disorder Recovery: Key Steps

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Eating disorders (EDs) are serious psychiatric illnesses that can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or background. Due to several factors, EDs typically go unnoticed by parents until

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Health at every size (HAES) in Australia

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Health at Every Size® (HAES®) is a revolutionary approach to health and well-being that challenges traditional weight-focused methods, recognising that all bodies, regardless of size or shape, deserve

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“I’m Not Here to Make Friends”: Sam Smith challenges weight bias and double standards in their controversial music video.

Russell 

Sam Smith just dropped the music video for "I'm Not Here to Make Friends" and it’s receiving a lot of media attention – but not all of it

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Study demonstrates how TikTok Algorithms promote eating disorders

Russell 

fA study conducted by the non-profit Center for Countering Digital Hate demonstrates how easily vulnerable teenagers can quickly have their body image disturbances reinforced by the popular social

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How Much Does A Nutritionist Cost?

Russell 

Are you looking to make a lifestyle change or adopt a healthier diet? If so, then you may be considering hiring a nutritionist. But how much does it

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What Is A Dietitian?

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Dietitians are university-qualified experts in nutrition and eating behaviour. In Australia, Dietitians are also known as Accredited Practicing Dietitians, which recognises their credentials and ongoing commitment to professional

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Christmas In Eating Disorder Recovery

Russell 

Christmas can be such a challenging time in eating disorder recovery, whether you have Anorexia, Bulimia or Binge Eating Disorder. A time of year that everyone else seems

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Surviving Christmas Food And Diet Talk

Russell 

The Christmas season is a time for celebrating, coming together with loved ones, enjoying delicious holiday foods, and somehow also talking shit about our bodies and eating habits.

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In 2022, why are we still talking about women’s bodies as fashion trends?

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On 2nd November, New York Post released an article titled ‘Bye-bye booty: Heroin chic is back’. Idolising of the thin ideal is problematic enough, but to define women’s’

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