Category Archives: Women’s Health

Healthy Friends vs. Unhealthy Friends

October 23, 2017

You are who you surround yourself with. Although it may be a clichéd belief, for many, the saying holds true. […]

How Drug Use Affects Oral Health

October 18, 2017

A smile is often your first impression when meeting new people, interviewing for a job, or even going on a […]

Eating Disorders, Transfer Addiction, and Body Image

June 28, 2017

Whether it’s overcoming an eating disorder, conquering an addiction, or both, the general assumption is that once a person receives […]

Can Apps Help Women Stay Clean & Sober?

June 13, 2017

The world continues to move online, so it should be no surprise that those in recovery are finding outlets online […]

Social Media and Mental Health

September 29, 2016

In the past ten years, social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and LinkedIn have profoundly changed the way we […]

The Gender Gap in Drinking Habits is Narrowing

May 3, 2016

According to conventional wisdom, women drink less than men overall and therefore have fewer alcohol-related problems than men. But recent […]

Addiction and Sleep Deprivation: A Vicious Cycle

April 28, 2016

Insomnia and other sleep problems can be difficult for anyone to handle. When drug or alcohol abuse is added to […]

Can Superfoods Benefit Your Recovery?

April 1, 2016

Health magazines and websites often tout the benefits of a variety of “superfoods,” a popular label that suggests that these […]

The Strange Relationship Between Selfies and Eating Disorders

March 28, 2016

There was a time—a time long before “selfie” was a word—when taking a picture of yourself required a tripod, a […]

What is Diabulimia?

March 23, 2016

In our weight-obsessed society where airbrushing models into virtual stick figures is considered normal and acceptable, adolescent girls and young […]

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