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What is an Eating Disorder?

It may seem simple to define “eating disorder,” but the truth is that the term encompasses a wide variety of abnormal behaviors that can present in a number of clinical pictures. One of the most basic ways to define “eating disorder” is as a cluster of abnormal eating habits associated with deranged thoughts or negative …

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The Active Ingredient In Cannabis Can Help Patients Regain Appetite And Sense Of Taste Preventing Anorexia

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