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Bulimia Vs. Anorexia

Of all the eating disorders that exist, none are more known than anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. But what is the difference between these two eating disorders? How are they alike and how are they different? How can you identify bulimia vs. anorexia? Eating Disorders are diagnosed using the criteria put forth in the Diagnostic …

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Researchers Discover Possible Link Between Eating Motivated By Pleasure And The Hormone Ghrelin

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Celebrity Pregnancies Linked To “Pregorexia”

Experts are citing unrealistic media reports of celebrity pregnancies as one of the causes behind a rise in cases of pregnant women with eating disorders. According to a recent report by the Canadian Press, some women are attempting to remain slim through their pregnancy in order to drop the weight quickly following childbirth. This dangerous …

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