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While women are commonly effected by eating disorders, millions of men and boys also experience this form of illness. Because the focus of eating disorders is primarily on women, men and boys with eating disorders are often referred to as the “silent epidemic.” Anorexia and Bulimia Anorexia nervosa is a life-threatening eating disorder in which …

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How Does Bulimia Cause Hair Loss?

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Artist Explores The Many Facets Of Binge Eating

Being able to embrace the discomfort that comes with any eating disorder is a way to cope with the darkness, says artist Lee Price. In a recent interview with Mashable, Price explains how her series of self-portraits about binge eating are a reflection of this struggle. “When we are not able to sit with uncomfortable …

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