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There's a reason we call them "comfort" foods.
In high-stress industries, it's incredibly easy to neglect one's personal health.
The dangerous link between eating disorders and exercise addiction.
Megan Bruneau, M.A., is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to psychology.
It's not about "just enough."
Every 62 minutes, at least one person dies from an eating disorder.
A new study found disclaimers on photos are almost entirely ineffective in changing the way women perceive the images.
Certain behaviors point to low self-esteem, but a new study found limiting them can have the opposite effect.
Is your fixation with low-carb bordering on orthorexia?
Body neutrality is the new body positivity—and trust me, it's way more forgiving.
Here's how to ease into it.
Especially my relationships to others.
"Meditation cultivates a mind that can find itself, even if it loses its way."