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Planning ahead and moderation are key to healthy eating over the holidays
The holidays are often associated with an abundance of food at the table, but tempting treats and larger portions can mean stress for someone concerned with binge eating. We have some tips to help avoid binge eating during the holidays.
Parenting traps to avoid to raise resilient kids
Sticking to healthy limits and changing the approach to accommodation can be critical when it comes to raising a resilient child.
Regression analysis helps shape treatment at Rogers, improves patient outcomes
The clinical effectiveness team at Rogers uses regression analysis to compare similar patients undergoing the same treatment, allowing us to determine the best methods for success.
Eating disorder treatment helps patients overcome their feared foods
Rogers uses techniques like feared food exposure to help patients overcome anxiety and fear that they associate with certain foods, such as sweets.
Stress from starting high school, college can trigger eating disorders
Starting high school and college is a stressful time for teens, which can lead to the development or relapse of an eating disorder.
Supporting parents who support kids in addiction treatment
The parent support group at Rogers–Brown Deer for dual diagnosis shows parents they're not alone and helps them set appropriate boundaries.
Increased awareness of suicide prevention options, support systems needed for teens
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for adolescents ages 10 to 19, but open discussion and increased awareness of prevention options can help bring these rates down.