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WE ARE PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING!

WE ARE PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING!

We encourage people to follow the CDC’s (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html) and WHO’s recommendations.  If you have concerns about your physical health and safety please consult with your physician to figure out best options for yourself and your...

Risk of Heart Disease Quadruples in Women Hospitalized for Bulimia

Risk of Heart Disease Quadruples in Women Hospitalized for Bulimia

By Mark S. Gold, MD The risk of cardiovascular disease skyrockets for women who have been hospitalized for bulimia nervosa, a study in JAMA Psychiatry reports. The risk for bulimia and heart disease is greatest in the first two years after hospitalization and remains...

Addressing the Root of Eating Disorders

Addressing the Root of Eating Disorders

In the United States, at least 30 million people of various ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder – that means roughly one of every 10 Americans will have symptoms of the disease. The prevalence is even greater in certain high-risk populations, including...

A Day in the Life of a Fairhaven Treatment Center Chef

A Day in the Life of a Fairhaven Treatment Center Chef

A Day in the Life of a Fairhaven Treatment Center Chef  Chef Leslie Rowland joined Fairhaven in January 2016 as our first full-time culinary trained chef. Along with being a generally wonderful person, Leslie is also an Air Force veteran, serving from 1999-2010....

Q&A with Whitney Trotter, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Director

Q&A with Whitney Trotter, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Director

Q&A with Whitney Trotter Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Director at Fairhaven Treatment Center for Eating Disorders We sat down with Whitney Trotter, MS, RD, LDN, RN, BSN, to learn a bit more about her thoughts and philosophy on her role at Fairhaven Treatment...

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