Body obsession fills void left by sports The Denver Post features insights from Dr. Craig Johnson, Eating Recovery Center's Chief Clinical Officer, in a recent article detailing the incidence of eating disorders in athletes. Researcher Johnson, chief clinical officer of the Eating Recovery Center in Denver, said one reason former athletes are at risk is that schools and coaches lose track of them once they retire. "The NCAA is focused on the athletes that are immediately in their purview," he said. "Once the athletes have moved out of their oversight, they don't really have the resources to follow them." Read the full article here.