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Identify Symptoms Of Bulimia

It is estimated that up to 24 million women and men of all ages suffer from an eating disorder. Bulimia, one of the most common eating disorders, is a serious mental illness characterized by frequent, recurring episodes of eating large amounts of food (also called binge eating) followed by purging, vomiting, excessive use of laxatives, …

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In a recent article I wrote about how watching television can cause eating disorders. The study was performed by Harvard Medical School. It showed that some girls develop a distorted body image caused by watching thin beautiful girls and women on television therefore, creating an eating disorder in some of these television watching girls. Secondhand …

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Keira Knightley Still Deflecting Anorexia Rumors

She’s on the cover of Allure’s December issue posing topless. It was a decision Keira Knightly made because, according to her, no one cares about her breasts–but apparently plenty of people are concerned about her body. And while her tiny frame does look, well, tiny, the actress denies having an eating disorder. In the magazine’s …

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