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Training Kids In Selective Attention Could Help Curb Overeating

If children could be taught to focus their attention selectively, they might learn to curb patterns of overeating or consuming unhealthy foods, according to new research from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Behavioral responses to food cues, the study found, can cause the brain to become wired to seek and expect …


Deadly Eating Disorder Myths

Eating disorders may be in the news, but there are many misconceptions and myths that people do not know about: “Eating disorders are perpetually in the news. Yet despite the media blitz, friends and family members of people with anorexia and bulimia are often misled by common myths about the conditions – the causes, the …


Sugar Shown To Have Toxic And Addictive Properties

A CBS recently reported shocking evidence about the addictive and toxic properties of sugar. Aptly named “Sugar,” The CBS News story aired April, 2012 and links sugar consumption to diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart disease and even cancer. Kimber Stanhope, a nutritional biologist at the University of California, performed a study that indicates sugar consumption raises …


H&M Praised For Using A ‘Plus-Sized’ Model Without Labeling Her As One

Women’s magazines claim to be savvy about the growing trend of plus-sized models. Every now and then, you’ll turn a page and see one of these rare breeds. But more often than not, it’s immediately followed by an article about toning your thighs or losing the winter chub – or yet another perfume ad featuring …


17 Year Old Girl Dies After Using Ecstasy To Lose Weight

A 17 year old girl has died of massive organ failure after reportedly taking the street drug ecstasy in an attempt to lose weight. The girl from Abbotsford, Canada was attending a sleepover with three other teenage girls. She became unresponsive, and was rushed to hospital in critical condition. She died a day later. The …


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Workaholics And Eating Disorders

DweezilArt via Etsy.com The loss of empathy and compassion has serious consequences not only for workaholics, but for those who live and work with them. The dynamics that occur when obsessive thinking dominates the psyche of workaholics is similar to those who struggle with eating disorders, their concentrated energy is narrowly invested in a single-minded …


Tips For The Holiday Season

Advice Column Tips For The Holiday Season has been created. For anyone who is dealing with an eating disorder, or who is still in recovery from one, the Holidays can be a very difficult time. Holiday time may mean spending time with family members that you may not see frequently, plus the focus on an …


Joseph Tacopina Best Defense Lawyer In New York City!

Any countries law system is the biggest asset for that country. It’s a tool for every individual that gives power to the person to stand and fight against any injustice or crime happened to him. The law of the country is the top most sovereignty and needs to be followed by every single citizen. But, …


Get The Best & Affordable Wall Tents

People who are planning for outdoor enjoyment and fun will definitely need the best gear in order to stay safe. Also it should give the supreme comfort than just a normal stay. The wall tents must be durable, safe, tangible and should remain stronger in all climatic conditions. When choosing the tents, you will be …


Is Facebook Fueling Weight Obsession Disorders?

If spending time on Facebook is causing you to have a negative perception of your body, you are apparently not alone. A new study from an Eating Disorders program in Maryland has determined that Facebook is fueling a culture of weight obsession. The study surveyed 600 Facebook users between the ages of 16 and 40. …


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