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Inaugural Eating Disorder Walk Hopes to Increase Awareness of Illness by Michele Rinck
The first Phoenix Eating Disorder Awareness Walk will take place this Sunday at the Phoenix Zoo. With an expected 175 attendees, the walk is focused on bringing eating disorder awareness to the Valley with music, food and fund-raising. Read more.
Risking Everything to be Thin by Maggie Pingolt
Eating disorders are on the rise among children and other groups of people like middle-aged women and young men. Researchers are looking to find a genetic link while parents and experts strive to find a balanced message about nutrition and healthy body image amid endless campaigns. Read more.
Obesity: A Weighty Problem By Alison Stanton
If tradition holds true, changes are food that for many of us, our New Year's resolutions involve losing weight. With so many obese people trying to lose their excessive weight, why does it seem so rare to find those who are successful at shedding extra pounds? Read more.
Can a Gym Addiction Lead to Body Dysmorphia? By Stefan Pinto
Sometimes I schedule (or cancel) meetings around the gym. Otherwise, if I don’t, and end up missing the gym, I feel fat. Although things seem to work out (generally), I now wonder if this is becoming a problem. Is the very act of going to the gym — a habit that changed my life — now a hindrance, preventing me from achieving other goals? “Maybe you have BDD” a friend suggested. Hmm, maybe I do. Read More.
Rosewood Featured on Intervention Canada
Ontario’s health-care system failed Cassandra Genovy miserably.It’s only thanks to her relentless mother and a reality television show that the once troubled teen has clawed her way back from the brink of death to overcome her eating disorder, drug addiction and severe depression. Read more.
Tips for Coping with Self-Image During the Summer
Medical experts at Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders know summer months and the activities associated with the season are known to spark a negative body image. Find four tips to help maintain a positive self body image. Read More
Rosewood on Dr. Oz -- VIDEO
Watch an excerpt of a feature on Rosewood Ranch as seen on a recent episode of The Dr. Oz Show. View Video
Rosewood Completes ‘Angel’ Project
Rosewood Centers adopted four local families from the local Wickenburg community who are struggling financially and cannot afford basic needs for Christmas this year. Read More
Five things to consider when choosing and Eating Disorder Treatment Facility
There are some major considerations to keep in mind if you or a loved one needs inpatient treatment. Read More
Hope For Eating Disorder Victims
Treatment for eating disorders is complicated. Perhaps the greatest hope for victims is to make sense of the world around them by rebuilding a healthy relationship between body and mind. Read More
Rosewood Centers Featured on "The Dr. Oz Show"
With the dramatic rise of eating disorders among males, we were pleased that "The Dr. Oz Show" brought much needed attention to the issue and recognized Rosewood as the industry leader in treating men with eating disorders. Read More
Anorexia Linked With Unplanned Pregnancies
Bloomberg Business News - 3 Nov 10 (HealthDay News) -- Women with anorexia nervosa are much more likely to have unplanned pregnancies and abortions than women without the eating disorder, a study of Norwegian women has found. This may be due to the mistaken belief that women with anorexia can't get pregnant because they have irregular menstrual periods or no periods at all, said study lead author Cynthia M. Bulik, director of the eating disorders program at the University of North Carolina (UNC). Read More
Portia DeRossi Comes Clean to People Magazine
November 3, 2010, by Kara Gause (On the Cover)
Those of us who were fans of David E. Kelly's "Ally McBeal" knew there was something wrong when all of the female stars of the show (Calista Flockhart, Courtney Thorne Smith, Portia De Rossi) became disturbingly thin. Read More
Mental Health Coverage Boosted
by Erin Zlomek, The Arizona Republic
Depression and alcoholism are some of the most common afflictions among America's workforce, according to the Alexandria, VA-based advocacy group, Mental Health America. Stigmas have long plagued those diseases, which mental-health advocates blame for the disparity in insurance coverage. Read More
Rosewood Receives the 2009 Corporate Business Award
This year Rosewood Ranch was honored to receive the Corporate Business Award, given to a business that has shown exceptional business practices, community service, employee appreciation, and special contributions. Read More