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How Does Anorexia Occur?

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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Link Between Early Death And Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are linked to a shorter lifespan, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders. People with anorexia have a five-fold greater mortality rate than their peers the same age, the study found. Premature discharge from a treatment program was a key risk factor in these earlier death rates. …

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