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Non-purging bulimia describes compensatory behavior that a person may use in order to control their food intake and weight. However, it does not include common bulimic symptoms such as inappropriate use of laxatives and diuretics, and self-induced vomiting. Non-purging bulimia is characterized by patterns of binge eating followed by ingesting medications such as diet pills …

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How Does Bulimia Cause Hair Loss?

There are two main ways that bulimia causes hair loss. The first is shared with anorexia and comes when bulimics lose the proper nutrition needed to support healthy hair growth. New hair requires resources the body can use elsewhere when nutrition is lacking. This first type of hair loss is gradual and shows up as …

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Pro-Anorexia Sites Now Selling Merchandise, Jewelry Lines To Promote Eating Disorders

A recent report done exclusively for The Huffington Post UK reveals that there are websites selling merchandise designed to create community and solidarity for people who are “pro” eating disorders. The “pro-ana” movement, in general, has been around for a while, but, as evidenced by the report, capitalizing on the vulnerability of people with eating …

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Mom’s Stress Levels During Pregnancy Could Influence Anorexia Risk

Vulnerability to anorexia might be connected to a mother’s stress levels during pregnancy, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins researchers. The team found that offspring of mother rats who were exposed to stress during pregnancy had altered brain signals when it came to hunger and response to food restriction. They also lost weight …

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