The spread of false information is jeopardising global health and security, prompting the need to find quick, cost-effective interventions.

(more…)

Eating disorders don’t only affect young, white women. A range of previously overlooked groups can be impacted, and treatments are finally being geared to them.

(more…)

It’s on the rise and affects people of all body sizes and genders. But binge eating disorder is widely misunderstood and often ignored.

(more…)

It’s serious and sometimes deadly, but anorexia has been under-studied for decades. New research into the eating disorder’s link with oestrogen offers hope.

(more…)

A third of people with an eating disorder are neurodivergent, yet traditional eating disorder research and treatments haven’t factored this into the equation.

(more…)

Widespread use of social media among young people in Indonesia could be driving the country’s rising prevalence of eating disorders too.

(more…)

Treatment for disordered eating should be informed by personal identity struggles that are deeply embedded in specific social, political and economic contexts.

(more…)

TikTok’s viral fear food challenge aims to aid eating disorder recovery, but experts warn about potential mental health risks without professional support.

(more…)

Microfactories, an innovative approach to extracting value from waste materials, point the way to sustainable production and consumption.

(more…)

Combating extreme heat needs action across multiple fronts: governance, health, urban planning and embracing more sustainable lifestyles.

(more…)

Existing Heat Action Plans prioritise short-term relief and are insufficiently localised.

(more…)