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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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Eating Disorders And Bone Loss

More than half of young women with anorexia develop osteoporosis, according to a study published in the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine. Since bone loss doesn’t necessarily cause any symptoms, it’s called a “silent” disease – and it can cause complications if it’s not addressed through dietary and lifestyle interventions. How anorexia causes bone loss …

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Eating Disorders In College: A Fast-Growing Problem

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Is Parental Binge Eating Tied To Kids’ Emotions?

A new study involving more than 440 parents and their preschool aged children offers insight into why some parents who binge eat, may try to restrict their children’s food intake. When a parent restricts a child’s food intake, it places the child at a higher risk of developing unhealthy eating habits and weight issues. The …

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