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Children and teenagers can suffer from eating disorders. In some cases, the experience can be fatal for this age group because their bodies are still developing and can be severely damaged. Anorexia Children and teens with anorexia have a distorted body image, view themselves as overweight or obese, and are obsessed with being thin. They …

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Why Do People Become Anorexic?

Patients suffering with anorexia spend a majority of their time thinking about their weight, often in an attempt to supplement solutions for other problems, like a history of abuse or stress. While the exact cause of anorexia is unknown, there are a number of common associations made between anorexics and the development of the eating …

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Largest Worldwide Anorexia Study Sheds Light On Success Of Psychotherapy

Of all mental disorders, anorexia is considered to be the most lethal. Medical professionals are always looking for new ways to treat the complex physical and psychological condition, as well as discovering what combination of therapeutic approaches works best for long-term success. In a recent trial on anorexia – the largest global project of its …

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