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About Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) more than 2.2 million Americans suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Also called OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder is a type of anxiety disorder in which people suffer with persistent, ongoing obsessions that interfere with everyday life. Once a person has been diagnosed with OCD, it’s important for him or …

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About Anorexic Eating Disorders

Eating disorders where the primary outcome is a failure to take in proper nutrition will result in an emaciated, starved look, excessive fatigue, hormonal changes, and eventually, death. The classic anorexic nervosa patient pursues thinness relentlessly. They have a distorted body image and, while their weight is obviously lower than normal, they do not see …

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Eat Too Much Or Too Fast? A Vibrating Fork Might Help

Interesting gadgets abound at Las Vegas’ annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. Case in point: HAPIfork–an eating utensil that will let you know loud and clear when you’re eating too fast or too much. Magical fork The electronic HAPIfork can gauge every time you bring the fork from your food to your mouth, and …

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‘Weighed Down’ By Guilt Isn’t Just A Metaphor, Study Suggests

People often describe guilt as a feeling of carrying extra weight. Feeling bogged down, heavy or lethargic are common complaints that tend to accompany this emotion, which can be dangerous for people with eating disorders. But a new study suggests that emotional experiences of guilt can indeed be grounded in subjective bodily sensation. If you …

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