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The 20th Anniversary of Scottish Parliament and Beat are taking action!

The 20th Anniversary of Scottish Parliament and Beat are taking...

09/07/2019

The 20th Anniversary of Scottish Parliament and Beat are taking action!...

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New eating disorder guidance urges better support for families a...

08/07/2019

The UK’s eating disorder charity Beat has launched new guidance encouraging heal...

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Our Impact 2018-19

26/06/2019

Read the report I pay tribute to the campaigners who do so much to raise awaren...

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Postcode lottery of adult eating disorder services putting lives...

18/06/2019

A new report published today shows that adults with eating disorders in some par...

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Beat thanks supporters for raising £742,413

11/06/2019

On behalf of Beat and our service users, we would like to say a big thank you to...

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Happy Volunteers' Week from all at Beat!

03/06/2019

This week is Volunteers' Week! We’re delighted to take the next few days to reco...

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New research shows eating disorder stereotypes prevent people fi...

25/02/2019

Stereotypes about who gets an eating disorder are preventing BAME, LGBT+ and peo...

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Harmful eating disorder content should be removed from social me...

08/02/2019

Following Instagram’s promise that it would remove all content related to self-h...

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New safety review should regulate laxatives to protect eating di...

24/09/2018

The Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is undertaking a re...

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Men unable to access eating disorder treatment new survey shows

16/08/2018

An evaluation of eating disorder services has found that inpatient wards have st...

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Beat's view on the government’s green paper

24/07/2018

In December, the UK Government published a green paper containing a series of pr...

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New research shows doctors’ lack of training on eating disorders puts lives at risk

New research shows doctors’ lack of training on eating disorders...

05/06/2018

A new study reveals today that medical students receive less than two hours of t...

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