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Eating Disorders In Children And Teens

Children and teenagers can suffer from eating disorders. In some cases, the experience can be fatal for this age group because their bodies are still developing and can be severely damaged. Anorexia Children and teens with anorexia have a distorted body image, view themselves as overweight or obese, and are obsessed with being thin. They …

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Psychology Of Anorexia

The psychology of anorexia is complex and convoluted. There are many ways in which anorexia may present and many precipitating factors that may contribute to the development of this disorder. Although the psychology of anorexia cannot be clearly delineated there are various thought patterns, experiences, personality traits, and biological factors that seem to be present …

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Anorexic Individuals Unable To Accurately Judge Their Own Body Size

A new research study published in the August 22nd edition of the journal PLoS ONE, has uncovered evidence that persons suffering from anorexia struggle to accurately judge their own body size. Although the study participants with anorexia were unable to accurately judge the size of their own bodies, they did not appear to exhibit the …

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A Bacterial Protein Linked To Anorexia, Overeating

A specific bacterial protein that can influence appetite regulation might explain a biological basis for certain eating disorders like anorexia or binge eating, according to new research. Published in the journal Translational Psychiatry, the study demonstrated how the relationship between the gut and brain might explain the dysregulation of food intake. Certain bacteria, like Escherichia …

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