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The Refrew Eating Disorder Program is a multifaceted approach to the successful treatment of eating disorders. It’s mission is to advance the education, prevention, treatment, and treatment of eating disorders. Founded in 1985 as the first free-standing facility dedicated to the exclusive treatment of eating disorders, the Renfrew Eating Disorder Program has continued to grow …

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How To Watch For Signs Of Relapse In Anorexia Patients

Many individuals with eating disorders report that getting treatment isn’t the hard part of finally addressing the problem – it’s avoiding relapse during recovery. Given that anorexia is considered both a psychological and physiological condition, “curing” it isn’t necessarily possible – one can only hope to manage the disease on a day-to-day basis to avoid …

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While being bullied has long been associated with eating disorders, new research suggests bullies themselves are at risk for behaviors like binge eating or bulimia. Researchers from Duke Medicine and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine studied 1,420 children who were divided into four categories: children who were not involved in bullying, victims …

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Growing Up Poor Makes You More Likely To Overeat

People who grow up in lower socioeconomic circumstances are more likely to make food choices that may not serve their health, according to new research. A study from Texas Christian University found that childhood environment plays a role in adult hunger. “Our research finds that growing up poor promotes eating in the absence of hunger …

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