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The Daily Evergreen

February is National Eating Disorders Awareness Month

The Daily Evergreen, Washington State University's student newspaper, recently interviewed Wendy Mathes and Shannon Kopp, highlighting the next Say It Brave on Campus: Not One More event and National Eating Disorders Awareness Month. The article shares important information and statistics about eating disorders and shares event information / how students can tune-in for the event.
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Clinical Advisor

More Support and Critique of AAP Guideline for Childhood Obesity

The Clinical Advisor recently reported on the AAP's updated guidelines and in this piece which focuses on the backlash and critique the AAP has received. The authors highlight ED groups who oppose the new guidelines, including ERC. The article shares our petition and includes quotes from Dr. O'Melia's official response.
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Daytime Chicago

National Eating Disorders Awareness Month

This segment in honor of Eating Disorder Awareness Month on Daytime Chicago features an interview with Dr. Ellen Astrachan-Fletcher and includes information on eating disorders, what to look for, what they are, and how to seek treatment.
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Social media is a defective product, lawsuit contends

This article highlights a California lawsuit and proposed legislature regarding social media and youth mental health and how the platforms are targeting our youngest online. In this article, Dr. Allison Chase is quoted, providing her expertise regarding adolescent brain development.
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Fox32 Chicago

The dangers of choosing dieting as a New Year's resolution

Ellen Astrachan-Fletcher was featured on Fox 32 Chicago to talk about the dangers of dieting as a New Year's resolution. In this segment, Ellen shares helpful information about the problem of making dieting a resolution; how it could lead to orthorexia; looking for warning signs; advice for viewers to make positive changes and being kind to their body.

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