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Eating Disorders

Eating DisordersEach year millions of people in the United States are affected by serious and sometimes life-threatening eating disorders. More than 90 percent of those afflicted are adolescent and young adult women. Increasing awareness of the dangers of eating disorders - sparked by medical studies and extensive media coverage of the illness - has led many people to seek help. Nevertheless, some people with eating disorders refuse to admit they have a problem and refuse treatment.

Please join us during the month of February which is Eating Disorders Awareness month for our BlogTalkRadio series.

Monday February 3,  3-330pm Eating Disorders: An Overview  Drs. Evelyn Attia and Allegra Broft speaking

Monday February 10,  3-330PM Treatment Options: Finding your Way on the Path to Wellness Drs. Michael Devlin and Deborah Glasofer

Wednesday February 19,  1-130pm Obesity: How Can We Help?  Drs. Laurel Mayer and Robyn Sysko

Monday February 24,  3-330pm Research and Future Directions Drs. Joanna Steinglass and B. Timothy Walsh

To join a talk please dial 347-996-5875 or go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi

Please email questions for speakers to sobelk@nyspi.columbia.edu website


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