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Eating Disorders Awareness Week: Get in the Know

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For the 4th year in a row, we are proud to be a National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Awareness Week (Feb 26-March 3, 2024) collaborator and help NEDA in their goal to educate the public about eating disorders and to engage in efforts to provide hope and to engage support for individuals and families affected by eating disorders.

In order to better recognize, support, and effectively treat eating disorders, public awareness is key. This year we are joining NEDA to “Get in the Know” and learn about eating disorders, get involved in raising awareness, and share information and resources. #EDAW2024

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If you or someone you know is struggling with body image or eating concerns, NEDA's toll-free and confidential helpline is here to provide support, information, and treatment options. For 24/7 crisis support, text "NEDA" to 741741

Get Help & Support

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Our 3 featured Young Adult blogs focus on two personal accounts of struggling with eating disorders and mental health challenges and "who's at your table" list of valuable resources to get support for recovery.

How my Mental Health Crisis Impacted My Health

My Worth is More Than My Weight

Who's At Your Table? The More Support The Better

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"The WEIGHT of weight stigma" ep. 5 of our S.T.A.Y. Tuned podcast features Dr. Nana Yaa Marfo, an iSPARC postdoc fellow who provides outpatient clinical care and conducts mental health services research. In this podcast, she discusses unrealistic body expectations promoted by social media, food insecurity on college campuses, the impact of weight stigma on young adult mental health, and how the social determinants of health play a role in weight stigma.

Listen to the Podcast

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Use NEDA’s screening tool to help determine if it’s time to seek out professional help.

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