By Kat Geiger, LCSW
Clinical Director, Center for Hope of the Sierras
An increasing number of eating disorders and diabetes treatment professionals are recognizing diabulimia as a serious problem, with more than 30% of females with Type … Read More
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Researchers from the University of Chicago recently decided to look at gender differences when it comes to eating disorders. This study examined about 620 participants ages 6-18 who had symptoms that… Read More
By Asha Brown
Living with type 1 diabetes means that you have a different relationship with food than other people. You live your life in between the demanding rituals that happen multiple times a day; before and after a meal or any type of snack.… Read More