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Eating enough food to sustain and maintain proper nutrition is a strong biological drive. And although there are medical conditions that will interfere with eating (mostly physical damage or illness to the digestive system), this drive isn’t easy to overcome. Since, in anorexia nervosa, there is no underlying disease process which affects the ability to …

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Anorexia Warning Signs

Anorexia nervosa is a type of eating disorder that may initially be hard to spot. In general, anorexics tend to be skilled at hiding their behavior and may seem – on the outside – like healthy and happy individuals. Warning signs are typically present, however, and with proper intervention, better outcomes can be achieved. Emotional …

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Are Obese Teens At Higher Risk For Eating Disorders?

Overweight teens who lose weight are usually applauded by their parents and health care providers. But a recent study from researchers at the Mayo Clinic suggests that praise may be premature, as obese adolescents could be more prone to eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia – and their weight loss might not be the healthy …

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