2016 News

Student uses personal experience to bring light to eating disorders

Iowa State Daily - February 2016
“Some people perceive bulimia as a way to cope with problems when they feel out of control,” according to the Walden Center for Education and Research. Read More

CAPS introduces body positivity week

The Hullabaloo - March 2016
According to the Walden Center for Education and Research, 40 percent of female college students have eating disorders. Tulane students are no exception. Read More

Athens’ first NEDA walk raises funds, awareness about eating disorders on campus

The Athens News - September 2016
Eating disorders are not only the mental illness with the highest mortality rate (some 10 percent of those diagnosed with anorexia will die as a result of the illness); they are also one of the main psychological concerns on college campuses according to the Walden Center, a non-profit foundation dedicated to the research of eating disorders. Read More