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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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How To Prevent Relapse In Recovery From Anorexia

Recovery from anorexia is possible, albeit difficult. It is a process that can take months or even years, but in the end leads to a full and happy life free from thoughts and behaviors of anorexia. Relapse is often a step in this difficult process of recovery but should never be taken as failure. Signs …

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Eating Disorders Can Cause Reproductive Health Problems

Adolescent females with eating disorders have yet another health issue they may have to grapple with once they’re ready to have children: reproductive problems. A new study from the University of Helsinki found that the likelihood for miscarriage in women with binge eating disorder (BED) was more than triple that of women who do not …

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