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General Medical

Dr. Cecilia Ford: When Is Enough Enough?

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
In response to Dr. Allen’s visual assault by an overexposed jogger the other morning, I have to say that it seems true: No lower limit has been discovered as far as poor taste is concerned. This is especially true here in New York City, where in the past few decades the Duchess of Windsor’s famous motto,  one can “never be…
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General Medical

Dr. Melanie Katzman: On Eating Disorders and Midlife

By Dr. Melanie Katzman
As a specialist in women’s mental health, I am often asked, “does one ever recover from an eating disorder?” To this the answer is a resounding yes, provided one learns  to set realistic expectations,  discovers alternative ways to nourish themselves physically and emotionally and devel ops alternative ways of coping with stress . Easier said than done but, it is…
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