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Treatments for obesity work best when the issues that cause the person to overeat are addressed. First of all though, a medical examination should rule out any physical cause for obesity. Treatment for this complex condition may be aimed at helping the person cope with difficult emotions and feelings. Learning how to take care of …

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Curing Bulimia

The idea of a cure for bulimia isn’t popular in treatment circles. The reason is because it’s a behavioral issue linked to psychology. We can’t go in and tweak the brain to alter someone’s innate propensity to purge. It’s not like an infection where, once the bacteria are gone, someone is cured. Bulimia can reoccur …

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Patients Discharged From Eating Disorders Treatment Program Despite Failing Health

At least 12 adult patients have been discharged from a British Columbia Canada treatment program for eating disorders despite being dangerously underweight and experiencing failing health. According to a CBC News report, the authorities at the eating disorder program state that the decision to discharge patients was based on stringent criteria. However, affected individuals claim …

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Opinion Is Divided On Model Weight Regulations

You’re standing in line at the grocery store unloading your groceries onto the conveyor, surrounded by glossy magazine covers. Each magazine features a Photoshopped image of an exceptionally thin model. We are surrounded by these images everyday. Critics have long worried that constant exposure to images of overly thin models gives us unrealistic expectations for …

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