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About Rumination Disorder

Rumination disorder is a condition that is charactertized by the regurgitation of food and subsequent chewing and swallowing of the same food. The condition usually occurs in infants, however it can sometimes affect children, teens and adults. Causes The cause of rumination disorder is unknown, but a lack of stimulation or physical touch, neglect or …

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How To Identify Anorexia

The most obvious symptoms of anorexia revolve around weight loss or failure to gain weight when expected. However, if this is the only visible symptom, other explanations should be investigated – many medical conditions can lead to weight loss or loss of appetite. An anorexic doesn’t have to be extremely thin, although eventually, this is …

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Obese Boys Suffer More Than Girls, Study Says

The idea that negative body image is mostly a female problem is being turned on its head. Recent studies have already shed light on the fact that men are suffering from eating disorders now more than ever, and even newer research also suggests that young, obese boys may have a harder time with body image …

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Girls Who Are Told They Are Fat More Likely To Become Obese

A recent study from UCLA psychologists found some disturbing news about the relationship between fat-shaming and actual obesity rates. The research revealed that girls who were labeled as fat were 1.66 times more likely than their female peers to be obese at the age of 19. Additionally, the more “fat-shamers” a girl has in her …

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