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People with anorexia or bulimia will often hear their inner voice telling them they’ll never be happy until they shed those last ten pounds. However, happiness and a good sense of self-worth are not measured by how a person looks, but only come from loving oneself for who you really are. Whatever a person’s age …

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Spotting Bulimia

We often think of bulimia as “that eating thing models get.” But this isn’t the case. Bulimia is a disorder than can manifest itself in anyone and typically strikes teenaged girls. The victims don’t have to appear thin either, although many do. Common signs of bulimia The easiest way to spot a bulimic is in …

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Eating Disorders Are At Epidemic Levels

In Newfoundland and Labrador, it was reported to “The Beacon” that recent research indicates the 8000 people suffer from an eating disorder. Although, the chairman Vince Withers of the Eating Disorder Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (EDFNL) based in of St. John’s believes the number could be much higher because people do not report an …

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Facebook Isn’t The Bad Guy When It Comes To Body Image

Studies on Facebook use often link the social media platform to negative body image or unhealthy habits. But new research suggests that young women who are invested in Facebook – and who have lots of Facebook friends – are actually less likely to struggle with risky dieting behaviors than their peers. The study, from the …

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