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About Anorexia

Anorexia means “not eating.” The eating disorder where people willfully stop eating (instead of from a surgery or cancer or other physical illness) is properly called anorexia nervosa. The “nervosa” part refers to the psychological basis. It’s also not necessarily about starving oneself. Excessive exercise, laxatives and other measure can be used so that even …

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Government Study Indicates Childhood Obesity Rates Going Down In New York City

A recent government study has determined that childhood obesity rates are falling in New York City. According to statistics, there are now approximately 6,500 fewer obese children in the public school system in New York City. The study by the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) is published in the December 15th edition of the CDC …

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