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A common opinion among nutritionists and weight-loss experts is that fad diets don’t work. The reason for this is, despite how much weight you may initially lose by changing your eating behaviors, most often you will gain it all back. Fad diets aren’t a long-term solution for losing weight and should be used carefully – …

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Another eating disorder is on the rise, and this time it also sounds dangerously intertwined with alcoholism. It’s called “drunkorexia,” and it’s a phenomenon afflicting mostly college students. The idea is that you starve yourself all day in order to save your calories for a night of drinking. Not only are students doing it in …

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Long-Term Health Of College Students Impacted By Heavy Drinking Combined With Eating Disorders

A new study from the University of Missouri has determined that the combination of heavy alcohol consumption with eating disorders can severely affect the long-term health of college students. Researchers examined the relationship between alcohol misuse and eating disorders, including restricting calorie intake and purging. According to survey results, about 3 times more women than …

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