Here we’ll keep you up to date with news from Beat, new developments in the field of eating disorders. Use the drop-down filter below to search our categories.
In September, hundreds of people came together for Beat’s Walk & Talk events in London and Manchester. But did you know you can organise your own Walk & Talk wherever you are in the UK?
During her degree, Jen brought the fight against eating disorders to her campus.
This Saturday is The Big Jump, an event that will see people skydiving for Beat all across the country! Community Fundraising Officer Andrea has been busy raising money for her skydive.
The Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is undertaking a review of the safety of over-the-counter stimulant laxatives, considering their overuse in people with eating disorders.
Today, the Department of Health and Social Care is launching a new social media campaign in partnership with the Lancet and the Young Leaders for the Lancet Commission on Global Mental Health.
Requiring calorie counts on menus risks causing great distress for people suffering from or vulnerable to eating disorders, since evidence shows that calorie labelling exacerbates eating disorders of all kinds.
We're delighted to feature a guest post by Eva Musby, author of Anorexia and other Eating Disorders: how to help your child eat well and be well, about our campaign to introduce waiting times standards in Scotland to match those laid out for young people in England.
An evaluation of eating disorder services has found that inpatient wards have stopped accepting males because of the way single-sex rules for wards were interpreted.
NHS England today released waiting time statistics for children and young people referred for treatment for eating disorders, showing an improvement in the how quickly routine cases are seen.
We welcome the Government’s decision to focus on early support for mental health with these proposals, and their recognition of the key role that schools and colleges can play.
In December the UK Government published a green paper aimed at improving the support available to children & young people in schools, colleges, & mental health services in England.