Recognizing the problem is often the hardest (yet most important) first step in treating disordered eating. Psychologist Leslie Heinberg, PhD, shares the physical and emotional signs to look for — and tips for intervening.
When your child is sick and vomiting you both just want it to stop. Find out common causes of vomiting in children, and when you should call a doctor.
If you think your teen may have an eating disorder, it’s time to talk to the doctor. Early detection is key and you’re the first line of defense.
Some of us binge on food at Thanksgiving and eat too much cake on our birthdays. Discover where bingeing ends and binge eating disorder (BED) begins.