Hope's story: 'It's well worth hanging in there'
Hope tells us her story of living with anorexia and how she got over her feelings of failure.
Academic pressure, the strive for perfection and eating disorders26 April 2016,
Does high pressure to achieve encourage greater perfectionism, triggering eating disorders in girls? Una Foye looks at the evidence.
Let's talk about eating disorders26 February 2016,
Why all the awareness stuff around eating disorders? Una Foye answers.
Comedy and living with an eating disorder
Stand up comedian Dave Chawner talks about his experience of living with anorexia nervosa, how he manages it and how comedy has proved very cathartic for him.
Becca's story: "I have been on quite a journey"
Becca shares a powerful story about her experiences with mental health problems, including a lack of support from school.
Alice's story: 'People forget that an eating disorder is a mental health disorder'
Alice talks about her experience of living with an eating disorder, her relationship with herself and others and the impact this has had on her life. She also discusses how eating disorders and mental health problems generally are perceived.
Why research eating disorders?9 November 2015,
Eating Disorders affect over 700,000 people in the UK, yet we still know very little about these mental health disorders and how we can better treat them. Una Foye explains why she chose to research this challenging area of mental health.
People with bulimia nervosa have an unhealthy eating cycle. They will eat a lot of food (bingeing) and then do something to try to avoid weight gain, such as vomiting or taking laxatives (purging).
People with anorexia try to keep their weight as low as possible by not eating enough, exercising too much, or both.
There is no room for doubt of any kind when dealing with horses4 April 2014, Guest Blogger
Jo Corfield, the founder of equine involvement therapy project Hope Thru Horses, talks about her recovery anorexia and bulimia after a thirty-year struggle.