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Refeeding syndrome was first described in Japanese prisoners of war from World War II who had been starved while imprisoned. It is a complex of biological symptoms that can occur when food is reintroduced to people who are starved or severely malnourished. People who have not eaten for 5 or more days are at an …

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Eating Disorder Recovery Symbol

Although there is no official eating disorder recovery symbol, the logo for the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is often used to symbolize recovery from one of these devestating disorders. The logo for NEDA is a simple design with swooping curves. As an eating disorder recovery symbol it is meant to remind people of the …

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Binge Eating Poses Health Risks Comparable To Bulimia

Binge eating disorder, included only months ago as a diagnosable condition in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, may come with health risks just as dangerous as those associated with bulimia. Discussion about eating disorders tends to minimize the seriousness of binge eating disorder, chalking it up to an issue of self-control. Yet the …

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New Study – Half A Million Teens Have An Eating Disorder

A recent study determined that half a million teenagers have an eating disorders and those numbers only reflect the amount of eating disorders reported. Why so Many eating Disorders go Unreported The majority of unreported eating disorders are teenagers between the ages of thirteen and eighteen just like the teens that have reported it. The …

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