“We’ve done all these tests, and they’re all normal”
A survey of childcare professionals found 71 per cent believed children are becoming more anxious about their bodies at a younger age than before
Isn’t it slightly self-indulgent to make a play about how you suffered when your girlfriend had anorexia?
I took my own porridge to Paris and brought running shoes for what was meant to be a laid-back weekend break in Tenby. Now self-proclaimed 'wellness experts' are suggesting you should bring your own quinoa salad for the plane
Baroness Bakewell sparked controversy by claiming eating disorders arise from society becoming more narcissistic
Researchers found that Instagram's crackdown on pro-anorexia content may have actually made the problem worse
On the one hand I exercise to help myself, to boost my serotonin and give myself a temporary feeling of value and capability. But on the other hand it’s become a benefactor to my eating disorder, another instrument for the illness to destroy me
"Fat on me feels like a failure. I don’t feel that way about other people."
Hannah Carpenter had taken thousands of pictures of herself and captioned them criticising the way she looked
The former child actress played Carmen Cortez in the Spy Kids franchise
I would like children, but can the love and care I’d give them negate the neuroses I might also pass on?
I took a year’s supply of caffeine, in tablet form, with my breakfast, among other equally inadvisable things. And it was only when I came off the pills that I realised how much havoc they’d been wreaking on my body
Live-streams of meals can attract viewers of thousands night after night - with audiences donating enough money for the host to live on
The number of children and teenagers seeking help for eating disorders has risen by 110 per cent in the past three years. How much does social media play a part?
A shopping spree really does make you happy, says new research
Holly Williams reports on a new Channel 4 show giving a leg-up to plus-sized dancers