See the latest news about the Duke Center for Eating Disorders.
Duke University Offers New Intensive Eating Disorder Treatment (The Chronicle)
New Duke Medicine Evening Program Targets Eating Disorders (Durham Herald-Sun)
An Alternative to Leaving College for Treatment: Duke University Experiments with a New Intensive Eating Disorders Program (Psychology Today)
New Project Encourages Parents to Practice Self-Care when Faced with Child's Eating Disorder: Duke Center for Eating Disorders and UNC Eating Disorders Program have collaborated to create a new project that supports parents whose child suffers from an eating disorder.
Does Extremely Picky Eating in Adulthood Signal a Mental Disorder? This article discusses preliminary results from a picky-eating survey being conducted by the Duke Center for Eating Disorders. (Time)
Adult Picky Eaters Now Recognized: This article details picky-eating research being done at the Duke Center for Eating Disorders. (LiveScience)
Extremely Picky Eaters Fear Trying New Foods: This story discusses food neophobia and highlights the intensive therapy programs being offered by the Duke Center for Eating Disorders. (ABC News, Nightline)
Picky Eaters Fight Stigma: This story details the stigma faced by many picky eaters and mentions the Duke Center for Eating Disorders Picky Eating Registry. (News & Observer)
Art Show and Silent Auction to Benefit Duke Center for Eating Disorders: Join us for a silent auction and art show to raise awareness about eating disorders and support the development of new treatments.
No Age Limit on Picky Eating: Duke Center for Eating Disorders is creating a registry for picky-eaters. (Wall Street Journal)