Dialectical behavior therapy may be particularly effective in mitigating biologically-driven vulnerabilities, and zonisamide and lamotrigine may play a role.
What does the evidence tell us about the effect of eating disorders on brain function? Take the quiz and learn more.
SSRIs are effective for the treatment of eating disorders, but what treatment is best for which disorder? More in this quiz.
A special collection of current clinical work and issues surrounding eating disorders—specifically comorbidity, prevalence in men, and mortality.
A 20-year-old college sophomore with “depression and anxiety,” who is exercising ferociously and who is literally dying to lose more weight sets the stage.
Eating disorders are still thought of as a “female problem.” But 25% of those with anorexia and 36% of those with bulimia are males.
You must assess the presenting problem and identify the appropriate diagnostic code needed for insurance billing. But diagnosis is complicated. Help here.
Leaders in the field provide specific, effective interventions for these debilitating disorders.
An introduction to our 2-part Special Report on eating disorders, including neurobiology of eating disorders, nutritional needs of patients, clinical response to psychosis, and more.
New insights into neural pathways that play a role in anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder.