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Rumination disorder is an eating disorder in which a person brings back up partially digested food, re-chews it and spits it out. This disorder generally occurs in infants and children. To be considered a disorder, this behavior must occur on a regular basis for at least one month. Symptoms Symptoms of rumination disorder often include …

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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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Eating Disorders May Be Triggered By Traumatic Events

New research published in the May issue of the Journal of Clinical Nursing has determined that a lack of support following traumatic and/or transitional events may trigger serious eating disorders in some young people. The researchers from the University of Minnesota interviewed 26 women and one man who were receiving treatment from a specialist outpatient …

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Removal Of Muscle Genes Reduces Energy In Mice

A new Canadian research study has examined the effects of deleting 2 muscle genes in mice. These same mice that could usually be observed actively running about 8 kilometres per day on a wheel appeared instead to be tired and lethargic. The researchers determined that there was a 90 to 95 percent drop in their …

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