Eating Disorders Videos
Nancy Kerrigan says she never got a direct apology from Tonya Harding
The figure skating star is hoping to take home the Mirrorball trophy on this season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."
Obsession with beauty and how it can become a sickness
Renee Engeln, Northwestern University professor and author of new book "Beauty Sick," speaks about how young girls should be complimented on their independence and resourcefulness rather than their looks.
Passing the trash, Part 2: Woman's teacher targeted her as a teen for sexual abuse
Chelsea Burkett was a 16-year-old student at a prestigious prep school when she says her English teacher took advantage of her and got her pregnant.
Emma Thompson opens up about eating disorders in the film industry
winner Emma Thompson making headlines slamming Hollywood's treatment of women and what she calls rampant issues with weight. ABC's Diane Macedo is here with the story. Good morning, Diane. Michael, good morning. Thompson calls it downright evil. Saying actresses and actors are pushed to the point
White House: President Trump 'extremely concerned' over WikiLeaks' alleged CIA document dump
White House press secretary Sean Spicer tells ABC's Cecilia Vega the president is "extremely concerned" about WikiLeaks' alleged CIA document dump.
Lily Collins pens emotional letter about her estrangement from father Phil Collins
The actress speaks out in her new book, "Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me."
Lauren Alaina Opens Up About Her Struggles With Bulimia
The singer shares her story live on "GMA" in hopes of helping others overcome their body insecurities.
College Football Star Opens Up About Binge -Eating Disorder
Penn State's Joey Julius talks with ABC News' Paula Faris about why he went public with his battle.
Former Miss Universe Speaks Out Against Donald Trump
Alicia Machado became a topic in the first presidential debate because Trump publicly criticized her weight after she became Miss Universe.
How the 1st Presidential Debate Impacts the Election
After the most watched presidential debate in history, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were back on the trail to talk up their performances and try to sway undecided voters.