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Treatment for eating disorders involves much more than food. While medical intervention may be required in order to stabilize the condition of a person with a severe eating disorder, recovery is dependent upon that individual working through the issues that caused the eating disorder in the first place. Eating disorder therapy may help the person …

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Obesity and Genetics

Genetics play a role in obesity as our genetic make-up controls the way in which our bodies regulate energy, including the mechanisms used to store, and release food energy in the form of fat. It is believed that our genetic composition changes too slowly in order to be entirely responsible for the significant rise in …

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For Female College Students, Eating Disorders Are Linked To Financial Woes

When it comes to college students, basic survival concerns that have to do with food and money may be intricately linked, according to new research from the University of Southhampton. The study, which included over 400 undergraduate students from various U.K. universities, found that females especially are more likely to suffer from an eating disorder …

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Researchers Testing New Drug For Treatment Of Obesity

Scientists have been getting positive results from testing a new drug on 3 different species of monkeys which destroys the blood supply to fatty tissue, resulting in rapid weight loss. The obese monkeys that received the drug were observed to lose an average of 11 percent of their total body weight in just under one …

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