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One of the causes of anorexia is thought to be that it gives practitioners a sense of control in a life that is otherwise not meeting their expectations. When this is coupled with depression and a feeling of being alone, talking to others with the disease can be very helpful. First, it opens up the …

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Anorexia Facts

Approximately 24 million people in the United States suffer from an eating disorder, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. One of the three most common eating disorders is anorexia, which can be deadly if left untreated. Startling Anorexia Statistics • People who suffer from anorexia see themselves as overweight when, …

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Noninvasive Brain Stimulation May Treat Eating Disorders

The use of (transcranial magnetic stimulation) TMS to modulate food intake is still a developing therapy, and it is important to keep in mind limitations in study designs when evaluating results. The negative results of this particular study might be due to several reasons: (1) The small sample size of 14 women resulted in a …

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Snooki: ‘I’m Not Too Skinny, I’m Healthy’

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is firing back at critics who say she’s lost too much weight. The reality star recently told In Touch magazine, “People are jerks. I don’t look emaciated – I look healthy!” This isn’t the first time Snooki has had to defend her post-baby weight loss of 42 pounds. Earlier this year, she …

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