Cynthia Bulik | Recent study identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa
Cynthia Bulik | Anorexia has long been defined as solely a psychological disorder. But a recent study conducted by UNC at Chapel Hill and King’s College London has proven there’s much more to this disease.
Cynthia Bulik | DNA samples gathered from 17,000 people worldwide have helped scientists to identify the first eight genetic loci associated with the eating disorder, anorexia nervosa.
Cynthia Bulik | Genome-wide association study identifies 8 risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiataric origins for anorexia nervosa
Cynthia Bulik | The way we treat anorexia may be changing, thanks to a new study linking the illness to metabolism.
Cynthia Bulik | “We’re not very good at treating anorexia. There’s no medication, and that’s probably because we don’t understand the underlying causes.”
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.
Cynthia Bulik | Bulik and [Psychologist Alix] Timko are now part of a small band of researchers working to untangle the biology of anorexia. The more they look, the more they find to suggest the
NCEED is thrilled to be recognized among the list of accomplishments NC Congressman David E. Price mentioned, and we thank him for his work on behalf of patients with eating disorders.
Mae Lynn Reyes-Rodriguez | In order to provide culturally competent care for our patients, being well-informed about culture, race, ethnicity, national origin, and language is essential for the effective implementation of services.
Congressman Remarks on Importance of Legislative Advocacy in Eating Disorders Field