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The Pitt News

Three Pitt students are starting a club to address mental health stigma among student athletes

The University of Pittsburg student newspaper, The Pitt News, highlights their Morgan's Message ambassador work in helping to raise awareness, reduce the stigma associated with mental health, and create supports for student-athletes. The article includes an interview with ERC Pathlight's Amy Gooding, and discusses the pressures student athletes face.
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Everyday Health

Survey Suggests Two-Thirds of Kids May Struggle With Body Image

The University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital's most recent National Poll on Children’s Health highlighted the severity of body image issues among children and teens. In this article, Dr. Allison Chase is quoted, shares insight and helpful tips for caregivers.
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MSN Health Digest

Do You Have To Be Underweight To Have An Eating Disorder?

This article from MSN highlights the misconception that only individuals who are "extremely thin" can have an eating disorder, and discusses how this myth contributes to undiagnosed disorders.
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KDVR Denver

Severe eating disorders impacting more teens

KDVR Denver (Fox31/Ch2) interviewed ERC's Dr. Elizabeth Wassenaar, who discusses the increase in ER visits during pandemic/need for treatment for eating disorders in teens. The article highlights what to watch for and how to access treatment.

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