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For someone facing a major eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating disorder, support groups can be an important part of the treatment process. While a support group can help a person better cope with his or her particular eating disorder, support groups should not replace standard medical care with a doctor or …

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Anorexia And Hair Growth

One of the common symptoms of anorexia is a thing called lanugo – a condition characterized by excessive hair growth in certain areas of the body. Lanugo is actually a sign that the body is trying to protect itself during the starvation process by trapping in heat that muscles and fat can no longer provide. …

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Controversial Study Links Low Intelligence To Being Overweight

Researchers in Sweden have completed a controversial new study which links low intelligence to being overweight or obese. The study results were presented at a recent meeting of the American Heart Association. The researchers compared the waist-hip ratios of over 5,000 men at 40 years of age to their scores on IQ tests which that …

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Learning Weight-Maintenance Skills Helps To Keep Weight Off

It’s not about cutting calories. It’s about weight-loss education. That’s the message from a recent Stanford study on women and weight management. The study showed that women who spent the first eight weeks of a weight-loss program mastering “weight-maintenance skills” ended up losing more weight–and keeping it off–than women who immediately jumped into a routine …

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