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Rosewood Appoints Amelia Davis, M.D., as Medical Director & Chief, Adult Psychiatry and Inpatient Eating Disorders Unit

TEMPE — (May 11, 2015) — The Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders® has appointed Amelia Davis, M.D., Medical Director and Chief, Adult Psychiatry and Inpatient Eating Disorders Unit. Dr. Davis is a highly regarded expert and educator specializing in evaluation and treatment of adults with anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders. She leaves a full-time

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Lift Your Spirits with Sundown on the Ranch

Amazing night skies, quiet vistas, and an occasional owl spotting are just a few reasons why clients enjoy evenings on the ranch. “What makes Wickenburg evening skies so special is the fact that we are located high in the Sonoran desert away from any potential light pollution from other cities,” comments Ethan Lefever, who has

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Extreme Park Makeover

Operation RecoverED Participate in ‘Extreme Park Makeover’ Rosewood alumni and clients recently helped create an ‘Extreme Park Makeover’ of Sunset Park in Wickenburg, AZ. An opportunity to serve the community, and bond with peers in an interactive, outdoor setting, this outing was sponsored by Operation RecoverED, a Rosewood alumni program. “I feel like they had

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Fitness Personality Discusses her Struggles with Food

As a nationally recognized fitness personality, it may be hard to believe that Jennifer Galardi has struggled with food ever since she was a sophomore in college. In a candid interview with Yoga International, she opens up about how she used food and exercise as a “control mechanism,” and she discusses her journey to find

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Over Eating Linked to Genetic Predisposition

Overeating Linked to Genetic Predisposition A recent study by the University of Copenhagen discovered that some humans might be predisposed to overeat. Researchers studied nearly 1200 pigs because of their genomic similarities to humans, and found that pigs with certain genetic variants were more likely to eat more than other pigs. The human implications allow

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Smartphone App Designed to Help Binge Eaters

The “TakeControl” mobile app currently in development at Drexel University is designed to track a person’s eating and bingeing behaviors, and alert them when they are at risk of having a bingeing episode. Users will be able to input data about their mood, hunger levels, anxiety levels, etc., and learn to recognize personal triggers that

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Boys With Eating Disorders Struggle to Find Effective Treatment

A family in Connecticut learned that finding eating disorder treatment specifically for boys can be very difficult. When 13-year-old Jonathan Noyes began bingeing and purging, seeking treatment helped, but he found even more support from another local boy who suffers from the same condition. Read the full story here. Rosewood Tempe Outpatient Clinic is a

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Parents Influence Teen Eating Habits

Parents Influence Teen Eating Habits A new study by Loughborough University shows that teens are less likely to develop disordered eating habits if parents take a more active role in providing meals. The study also shows that when girls are pressured to eat more food, they are more likely to develop an eating disorder, while

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