Fitness apps can be helpful, but for some people, obsessive meal tracking helped them develop an eating disorder. Experts talk about the slippery slope of the fitness industry, and discuss proper recovery methods.
- Dr. Kimberly O’Brien, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Boston Children’s Hospital Female Athlete Program, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
- Dr. Miriam Rowan, Clinical Psychologist, Boston Children’s Hospital Female Athlete Program, Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
- Julia Maple, Fitness Influencer
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- Miriam Rowan, PsyD | Boston Children’s Hospital
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