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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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What Is Rumination Disorder?

Rumination disorder is an eating disorder in which a person brings back up partially digested food, re-chews it and spits it out. This disorder generally occurs in infants and children. To be considered a disorder, this behavior must occur on a regular basis for at least one month. Symptoms Symptoms of rumination disorder often include …

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Anorexia And Bulimia Are Losing Rank Among Other Types Of Eating Disorders

Think of the phrase “eating disorder,” and anorexia or bulimia are usually the first two conditions that come to mind. But new research published online in BMJ Open found that the cases of eating disorders that don’t fall under these two categories – largely referred to as Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS) – are …

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Marie Caro – Mother Of Deceased Anorexic Model Isabelle Caro Commits Suicide

Reports claim that Marie Caro blamed herself for her daughter Isabelle Caro’s death. Marie committed suicide those close to her claim she was filled with guilt over her daughter’s death. Isabelle Caro Isabelle Caro was a French model, actress and author. Isabelle developed anorexia when she was 13 years old. She lived with it for …

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