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
Dr Bratman created the term in 1996, after his personal experience of “a phase of extreme dietary purity”, where he experienced intrusive thoughts of kale that prevented him from having good conversations with others
The 'disease disguised as a virtue' is not yet a recognised eating disorder
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
From pornography to skipping meals, too many children don't know where to turn when they need help and advice
Ellie Goulding heads up the albums chart 65 weeks after Halycon was released
High levels of ten heavy metals were detected in the actress' tissue samples
As new guidelines are issues in the US, specialist causes must not be overlooked
The designer is doing a pretty good job of representing the worst of fashion
If your child is overweight and it impacts their health there is action you should take. But that shouldn't involve inflicting the misery of body-awareness and calorie counting
Mother and her partner ‘took relish’ in reign of torture that led to murder of four-year-old boy
She has been out of the limelight for some time. But fans of Lady Gaga might not even recognise her from this latest photograph.
Concentrating on any woman's weight loss within a few days of birth is crass and piles on unnecessary pressure at a vital time for bonding with a newborn
The singer's elder brother says years of suffering from an eating disorder left Amy 'weaker and more susceptible'