We recently participated in Mediaplanet Canada’s Mental Health campaign where we united with likeminded industry leaders to educate the public on the importance and great benefits of ensuring the mental well being of our society.
Dr Blake Woodside, Director of UHN's Eating Disorder In-Patient Unit at Toronto General Hospital, speaks candidly with Global News about the dangerous lack of national wait-time standards and program funding for those seeking treatment.
The Calgary Herald dispels myths about eating disorders with facts from NEDIC
The Huffington Post applauds NEDIC's Cast Responsibly - Retouch Minimally campaign when A Mighty Girl's Facebook post featuring its bus shelter ad goes viral.
NEDIC's Jackie Grandy talks to Canada AM about the psychological impact J.Crew's new sizing may have on young people
NEDIC advocate and guest blogger Marina Abdel Malak publishes, Recipe for Recovery, an inspiring and unique resource for anyone battling Anorexia.
NEDIC's Jackie Grandy pokes holes in J.Crew's defence of their new vanity size, 000.
NEDIC's Jackie Grandy comments on this Toronto Star report about HBC's decision to pull a controversial t-shirt from its stores.
In an interview with CTV's Sandy Rinaldo, Jackie Grandy of the National Eating Disorder Information Centre says dieting doesn't work and one of the goals for the day is to question it.
National Post columnist Jennifer Sygo asks, Would you put an eight-year-old on a diet? Should a 13-year-old feel ashamed of her body? Most people would answer a resounding “no!” to these questions, but far too often the reality is “yes.” May 6 is International No Diet Day, a day to draw attention to the detrimental and even dangerous sides of dieting, a behaviour that can seem relatively harmless at first, but can ultimately have serious consequences.