The Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative (EDGI) är den största gene­tiska forsknings­studien någon­sin om ät­stör­ningar. Om du någon gång i ditt liv har haft en ät­stör­ning så är du väl­kommen att delta i EDGI.

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Se filmen med den ansvariga forskaren Professor Cynthia Bulik som berättar mer om EDGI studien.

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ARFID is an only recently recognized diagnosis and there is much we don’t know about it yet. However, there are some things we do know. With reference to the Nine Truths about Eating Disorders published by the Academy for Eating Disorders in 2015 ( https://t.co/q5ZX37tY1z) >
Elin is a new research assistant at CEDI. She has a degree in Biology and prior research experience working with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate the neural underpinnings of psychiatric disorders.

Glad to have you on board, Elin! https://t.co/QmYxRePoCT
The prevalence of ARFID in the general population is still uncertain. Previous studies estimated that about 1-5% of all children and adults might have ARFID, making it at least as common as autism spectrum disorder and potentially as common as ADHD. In the absence of > https://t.co/zZVMlhLdtX
Hetsätningsstörning är den vanligaste ätstörning. Det är mycket sannolikt att du känner någon som har sjukdomen. Den förknippas med mycket skam och personen som kan ha svårt att berätta om sina problem. Hetsätningsstörning bör tas på allvar.

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Ever heard about avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID)? ARFID is a relatively recently defined eating disorder diagnosis meant for people who eat an extremely limited range or amount of food without wanting to lose weight or wanting to be thin, https://t.co/LB3Pbwps4Z
From the awesome research team on CEDI: New longitudinal research on the serious impact of COVID-19 on past and present eating disorders patients.

Link: https://t.co/fhMnOwZSbt https://t.co/ScjtaIc98j