Recently, an ad in Time Square for an appetite suppressing lollipop caused an uproar in the eating disorder and non diet community. This lollipop is being promoted as a tool for people to get a “flat tummy”. Many clinicians, activists and people living with eating disorders have shared their thoughts on why this type of product is not only ridiculous, but also potentially dangerous.
The National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC) is a Canadian non-profit providing resources on eating disorders & weight preoccupation.
Eating Disorders: Beyond the Myths
The NEDIC team discusses myths, facts and false stereotypes surrounding eating disorders.
Call 1-866-NEDIC-20 or visit us on www.nedic.ca for more information!
NEDIC is hiring a full-time outreach and education coordinator for a 15 month contract. This position is ideal for someone who is passionate about public education around eating disorders and related issues, and who is comfortable with public speaking to a variety of audiences.
Get all the details and apply online: https://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/uhncareers/JobDescription.asp?Si...