Monday, February 23, 2015 Walden’s Peabody location will co-host a movie screening and discussion of the movie “Miss Representation” with Endicott College in…
The Walden Center for Education and Research and Walden Behavioral Care of Waltham, Mass., today announced that Stephanie Haines of Peterborough, N.H., has joined Walden Center as a Prevention Education Specialist.
Walden Behavioral Care, LLC, a Waltham-based hospital that specializes in treating eating disorders, recently named Inderjith Davalur of Waltham assistant vice president and chief information officer (CIO).
Ebola is a terrifying disease, but only 10 cases have been reported in the U.S. Two people have died. In contrast, as many as 24 million Americans have eating disorders, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD).
You may not think male athletes and eating disorders go hand in hand. Typically those who excel in sports take exceptional care of their bodies, eat the right foods to fuel their physical activity and train effectively to keep their bodies in top form. You may be surprised then to find that 33-35 percent of athletes report eating disorders. Another surprising statistic is that while 7 million women have an eating disorder in this country, so do one million men.
Walden Behavioral Care, LLC, , one of the country’s leading hospitals for treating eating disorders, announced today that it has named Robert Bordonaro of Winchester to the position of Program Director for Walden’s new Peabody clinic at Suite 260, Two Corporation Way.
Second Annual Conference Features Nationally Known Experts Waltham Patch …