Science of Eating Disorders
Science of Eating Disorders is dedicated to making peer-reviewed eating disorder research more accessible to the public. It is about making sense of the science in a clear and concise way for those who may lack expertise, access, or time required to read scholarly literature. Moreover, because all SEDs articles are written by individuals with a history of eating disorders, Science of Eating Disorders provides a rich and unique insight on the scientific findings in EDs. Articles often include glimpses of the behind-the-scenes reality of living with, managing and recovering from an eating disorder, from an adult perspective.
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), characterized by inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, is a common childhood disorder. ADHD can often persist into adolescence and adulthood. The prevalence of ADHD is thought to be between 6-7% among children and adolescents and ~5% among adults (Willcutt, 2012). Increasingly, evidence from multiple studies has pointed to comorbidity between ADHD and eating disorders (EDs). For example, one study found that young females with ADHD were […]
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