LFL Presents a Poster at the Eating Disorders Research Society Annual Meeting

On September 15–17, research assistants Hannah Wolfe and Rebecca Gwira represented the Living F.R.E.E. Lab in a poster presentation at the XXVIII Eating Disorders Research Society (EDRS) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Researchers, including the lab’s Principal Investigator Dr. Rachel Goode, gathered to share and discuss emergent research related to eating disorders. Conference attendees included…

Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention

Trauma Response Warning: This article contains discussions about suicide Individuals with eating disorders may experience a psychological toll that can lead to devasting consequences, including suicidality. The week of September 4th through 10th is National Suicide Prevention Week, an initiative that aims to raise awareness about prevalence of suicidality and ways it can be prevented….

The impact of COVID-19 on Black women who binge-eat: a qualitative study

The impact of COVID-19 on Black women who binge-eat: a qualitative study

Goode, R. W., Malian, H., Samuel-Hodge, C., Noem, T., Coan, D., Takgbajouah, M., Bahena, L., & Bulik, C. M. (2022). The impact of covid-19 on Black Women Who Binge-eat: A qualitative study. Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40519-022-01472-w Link to Full Text PDF here Abstract Background Although studies have…

Food Insecurity and Eating Disorders: Debunking Myths and Increasing Awareness

Food Insecurity and Eating Disorders: Debunking Myths and Increasing Awareness

While literature on the nuances within eating disorders (EDs) continues to grow, there is still much to be debunked about their development, trajectory, and impact. One area that has been gaining attention in ED research and clinical work is food insecurity. Food insecurity can be defined as a lack of consistent access to enough food…