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Anorexia, also commonly referred to as anorexia nervosa, is a serious life-threatening eating disorder where people have the perception that they are overweight when in fact they are extremely underweight. It is estimated that up to four percent of women have suffered from anorexia in their lifetime. If left untreated, anorexia can cause death. In …

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How to Help a Loved One With Anorexia

In order to help a loved one with anorexia, it’s important to remember that there’s only so much you can do. Ultimately, recovery is the responsibility of the individual. Yet if you are watching a friend or family member suffer from what can be a devastating, debilitating condition, there are a few things you can …

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Socially Active Mice May Metabolize Fat Better

In a recent animal study published in the September issue of Cell Metabolism studied the metabolic impact of socialization. Researchers found that “after four weeks in (a socially) enriched environment, the animals’ abdominal fat decreased by fifty percent,” according to Lei Cao, of Ohio State University. “I’m still amazed at the degree of fat loss …

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