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New survey of pediatricians aims to uncover children and teen’s use of appearance- and performance-enhancing substances and links to mental and physical health

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A leading social work researcher of body image and eating disorders among boys and men, Kyle T. […]

VIDEO: Dietary Supplements for Muscle-Building and Weight Loss: Addressing Knowledge and Policy Gaps

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Presented by Kyle T. Ganson, PhD, MSW and Eliana Sinicropi, MPPc, this webinar provided updated research on […]

Closing gaps in our understanding of the risks associated with muscle-building dietary substances

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February 1 – 7 is Eating Disorder Awareness Week in Canada — a time to raise awareness […]

Watch, listen and read: FIFSW faculty offer a wealth of resources for those interested in learning more on World AIDS Day about the fight against HIV

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  December 1st is World AIDS Day — a day for people worldwide to unite in the fight […]

Kyle Ganson finds links between eating disorder symptoms and dieting practices promoted in muscle building and fitness communities


Two recent studies by Assistant Professor Kyle Ganson have found links between dieting practices promoted in muscle […]

Kyle Ganson’s research linking vaping to heightened eating disorder risk receives international media coverage

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  New research by Assistant Professor Kyle T. Ganson, which found a link between vaping and eating […]

Kyle Ganson receives a 2021 Connaught New Researcher Award

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Since his arrival at Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work in 2020, Assistant Professor Kyle T. Ganson has […]

Worried that a loved one has an eating disorder? Kyle Ganson provides some tips for parents, caregivers and friends


There’s been a significant increase in the number of people seeking help from the National Eating Disorder […]

Male eating disorders are often overlooked — Kyle Ganson aims to change that


Soon after Kyle Ganson started his social work career supporting teens with poor mental health, he noticed […]

New study by Kyle Ganson links employment insecurity to anxiety and depression among young adults during COVID-19


Young adults may be less susceptible to the serious adverse health effects of COVID-19, but they have […]