Did you know more people die from anorexia than any other mental health disorder?
Incidences of eating disorders have been on the rise every decade since 1950. In fact, 30 million people in the U.S. will have or have had one at some point in their life. It's also common for them to go hand-in-hand with other mental health illnesses, like depression or alcohol and substance misuse.
We'd like to spotlight a new eating disorders screening tool created by our friends at the National Eating Disorders Association. If you think someone you know and care about might be living with an eating disorder, forward them
this completely confidential new screening tool.
And you can stay more informed during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week online by searching the hashtag