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Wilmington’s Project HEAL Aims to Spread Awareness of Eating Disorders in the Community and Raise Money for Treatment¬†

Check out North Carolina Project HEAL’s chapter leader Amy DiPaola share her story and mission with the organization in a recent piece:

http://www.nourishedwilmington.com/1/post/2014/04/wilmingtons-project-heal-aims-to-spread-awareness-of-eating-disorders-in-the-community-and-raise-money-for-treatment.html

 

Study finds men don’t seek help for eating disorders because they don’t recognize the symptoms

One misconception is when we think about people with eating disorders, women usually come to mind. However, men – and the people around them – miss out on the early warning signs:

http://time.com/54158/when-a-guy-gets-an-eating-disorder/

 

Study: More Time on Facebook Could Mean Worse Body Image for Women

Compare and despair? New research suggests yes.

http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2014/04/10/study-more-time-on-facebook-could-mean-worse-body-image-for-women

 

 

 

 

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