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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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Could Your Child Be Developing An Eating Disorder?

Though it seems unlikely that eating disorders, like bulimia or anorexia, could begin in childhood, research has pointed out that it is indeed possible. The following are a number of signs that your child could be developing an eating disorder. 1. Weight Loss, Lack of Weight Gain One of the first signs of an eating …

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Anorexia can be thought of as affecting only women, but many men suffer from it as well: “When actor Dennis Quaid confessed that he had suffered a long, difficult and secret bout with “manorexia,” there was a collective sigh of relief from specialists working with men and eating disorders. A man, and a famous one …

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Restaurants That List Calories Are The Healthiest, Study Finds

If finding a place to eat with healthy options is on your agenda, choose the restaurant that lists calories for its menu options – it’s more apt to have healthy foods than a restaurant that doesn’t list calories, a recent study reveals. Calorie labeling, which is required by the Affordable Care Act but won’t go …

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