In a new study, over 60% of patients with Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified met criteria for hospitalization. Unsurprisingly, the vague diagnosis "provides no meaningful information regarding the nature of the problem or appropriate treatment approaches." [CNN]
Lisa Hilton, an Oxford-educated writer, thinks we should all stop worrying and learn to love the size-zero model.
The American Psychiatric Association is reconsidering the category of Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, which is diagnosed more often than anorexia or bulimia. Now if only they could do something about judgment.