Dr. Emmett R. Bishop Jr., CEDS, was interviewed for an article on EverydayHealth.com on men and eating disorders. "When we hear about eating disorders, most people picture stick-thin women. However, with more pressure on men to focus on their appearance in recent years, eating disorders are affecting them as well. The three main types of eating disorders are anorexia, in which the person essentially starves the body; bulimia, in which the person will binge and then purge the food; and binge eating, in which the person overeats at one sitting, but does not get rid of the food." Read the full story here.