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The media often portrays anorexia and bulimia as part of vanity, an obsession with beauty, or an aspiration to be fashionable. While all these may trigger an eating disorder, environmental factors are actually far less to blame than people think. A study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that about 60% of a …

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How Does Bulimia Cause Hair Loss?

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Brain Wiring May Affect Hunger And Eating

Research lead by the Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) has revealed that brain circuitry that controls hunger and eating also controlled by “plasticity,” which is the ability of the brain’s connections to change over time. Research has shown that plasticity is a key to memory formation and learning. The findings were published in last month’s …

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