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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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Using Support Groups To Treat Anorexia

One of the causes of anorexia is thought to be that it gives practitioners a sense of control in a life that is otherwise not meeting their expectations. When this is coupled with depression and a feeling of being alone, talking to others with the disease can be very helpful. First, it opens up the …

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Anorexic “Night Baker” Uses Blog To Raise Money For Treatment

It sounds odd when you think about. A 29-year-old anorexic woman raised enough money to pay for one week at a treatment center–all through baking cookies and other sweets. She posted the pictures of her creations on Facebook and asked for donations on her blog. The Night Baker Camilla Kuhns of Kirkland, Washington, says she …

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Migraine Medication Linked To Eating Disorders In Youth

A drug commonly prescribed to treat migraines may trigger disordered eating behaviors in teens, according to a new report published in Pediatrics. Topiramate (brand name Topamax), can decrease appetite and result in weight loss, according to the researchers, who found there to be a link between young women taking the drug and a development or …

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