Articles, podcasts, and interviews focused on eating disorder awareness and research.
Christine Peat | Christine Peat spoke with UNC Health Talk on how a person’s relationship with food can begin with the family.
Cynthia Bulik & Christine Peat | Cynthia Bulik and Christine Peat were interviewed by Smithsonian Magazine on how patients with eating disorders have been affected by the pandemic.
Christine Peat | Dr. Christine Peat speaks with NPR’s Yuki Noguchi about eating disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how those with live experience are coping with the challenges.
Cynthia Bulik, Christine Peat, and S. Bryn Austin | These are tough times. Our health care system is overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing already existing barriers to mental health care and creating a mental health epidemic of depression and anxiety. We now have good evidence that eating disorders are worsening too and our government can do something about it.
Cynthia Bulik & Christine Peat | When the COVID-19 pandemic led to mandatory stay at home orders and physical distancing efforts, Bulik and Peat took quick action to understand how this was impacting people with eating disorders.
Cynthia Bulik | The COVID-19 pandemic is adversely affecting mental health globally, but there are specific aspects of the pandemic that may make the impact of the pandemic especially challenging for people with eating disorders.