Binge eating disorder (BED) is a relatively new diagnosis. Researchers are beginning to examine biological differences between the brains of those with BED and those without.
And the word "flattering" is a form of body shaming that needs to be erased from our vocabularies.
New research sheds light on how those suffering with anorexia or body dismophic disorder experience changes in their brain.
An eating disorders expert explains why ab cracks are not all they're cracked up to be.
The model gets real about the infamous post-baby body bounceback.
"Drunkorexia" is a dangerous trend becoming increasingly popular among college students and 20-somethings. It is not a way to lose or maintain weight—it is a serious problem.
A writer shares her journey to body confidence.
Dreading your summer body debut? You're not the only one.
Jockey's new campaign celebrates everyday heroes
Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Oh, wait...
While there's no eating disorder "cure," these women prove that weight lifting can transform both your body and mind into a beautiful, powerful machine—one that you'll want to take care of.
It's a wakeup call to how the times have changed.
One woman tossed her t-shirt in the hopes of scoring a better sweat session—and more body confidence.
And no, it has nothing to do with Kendall Jenner.
In the past decade, psychologists have become increasingly concerned with a certain type of "picky eating."
Because body positivity starts with you
Shape is leading a body-positive campaign that's all about feeling proud of and confident in your body, no matter what your shape or size.
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