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Robyn L. Goldberg, RDN, CEDRD Apr 20
“You can not tell a persons health by looking at them”
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Lauren Gasparo Anton Apr 21
Research of anorexia should include higher weight bodies. No excuses.
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Jenni Schaefer Apr 21
Only 1.4 percent of dietitians have “positive” or “neutral” attitudes re patients on higher end of weight spectrum. - Julie Church
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Rebecca Scritchfield (she/her) Apr 20
This should not be new, but OK better late than never.
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Maurielle Lue Apr 18
RT: Awww Man!!!! can you extend the here in metro 😩 ... we had a massive power outage but we still want to watch
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Hilary Kinavey Apr 24
You cannot help someone overcome weight bias using a weight based intervention.
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WorldEDday Apr 5
A little idea from Stefano Tavilla to honor his daughter has grown into symbol for change! If you are going to the Academy for Eating Disorders please pick up your for World Eating Disorders Day and wear it also on June 2!
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Dr. Cheri Levinson Apr 21
“We need data not opinions” - yes, yes, yes
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Cynthia Bulik Apr 22
For U.S. attendees at . NIH has excellent opportunities to foster dialogue with advocates on future directions of NIMH-funded research. See
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FLACarpenters Aug 27
We are taking our Construction ICRA message right to the source this week at the conference. Check out what we offer to Florida's healthcare community:
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Dr. Stacey Rosenfeld Apr 20
“This is a problem in our field. We are really focused on anorexia.”
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Shannon Calvert Apr 18
And we’re off 😊. Brilliant start to Chicago. Pre-conference clinical training day, Update on the Neurobiology of Eating Disorders and Implications for Clinical Practice
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Jenni Schaefer Apr 21
Upwards of 80% of people with eating disorders are not getting help. -
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Erin Wolf-Barnett RD Apr 21
Weight is second common form on discrimination. Stigma is not an attitude. Policies, society, is impacting this.
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maritasays Apr 21
Greater diversity in microbiota leads to a happier microbiota -
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Imperial EDU Jun 7
Spotted: Martyn, Kate and Jo at - they presented yesterday on ‘The Development Dilemmas': Using Mezirow to transform professional identity and impact organizational change.’
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Traci Stromie Oct 27
Registration and proposal submission is now open for so excited! 👏🏼💯🔥
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Louise D Metz MD Apr 21
“Weight stigma is a fundamental cause of health inequalities” -Julie Church
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Margaret Sala Apr 21
Bulik: We still don’t understand anorexia nervosa
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Fiona Sutherland APD, RYT May 20
Are we setting recovery weights too low? Brilliant summary by of the session asking this very important question!! Ps I say, generally yes we do. And why? Fat phobia.
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