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It can be difficult to spot an eating disorder in a teenager. This is partly because there may be little interaction at meal times and because changes in eating behavior might seem like just another one of those “phases.” However, serious eating disorders often arise during the teen years, just as our young people are …

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Why You Should Keep A Diary Of Eating Behaviors

The idea of keeping a “food journal” is nothing new – dieters have been using this tactic for years, as research suggests it can help with making better food choices and long-term weight management. For individuals with eating disorders, however, keeping a food diary to track eating behaviors can be helpful for other reasons. Here …

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Hospitalization Caused By Eating Disorders In Young Children On The Rise

What could possibly encourage an eating disorder that ultimately requires hospitalization in a child younger than 12 years old? That is the question that researchers, scientists and doctors find themselves faced with. Hospitalization of these children rose 119 percent between the years of 1999 and 2006 and in 2010 it continues to rise. Anorexia Nervosa …

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Is Overeating A Conditioned Response?

For decades, researchers have been trying to understand the mechanisms behind eating disorders. One of the most pressing and perhaps unanswerable questions has been, “Why do people eat even when they’re not hungry?” A new study from the University of California’s San Diego School of Medicine suggests that overeating may be a conditioned response. The …

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