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Eating enough food to sustain and maintain proper nutrition is a strong biological drive. And although there are medical conditions that will interfere with eating (mostly physical damage or illness to the digestive system), this drive isn’t easy to overcome. Since, in anorexia nervosa, there is no underlying disease process which affects the ability to …

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Renfrew Eating Disorder Program

The Refrew Eating Disorder Program is a multifaceted approach to the successful treatment of eating disorders. It’s mission is to advance the education, prevention, treatment, and treatment of eating disorders. Founded in 1985 as the first free-standing facility dedicated to the exclusive treatment of eating disorders, the Renfrew Eating Disorder Program has continued to grow …

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Eating Disorders Most Common In Middle-Age Women, Author Of New Book Says

Anorexia and bulimia traditionally evoke thoughts and images of young, middle- to upper-class teen girls. But in a new book called “Midlife Eating Disorders,” Cynthia M. Bulik says that eating disorders are actually more common among older women in their 30s and 40s. These woman, often shouldering the burdens of work, family and home while …

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