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About Famous People With Eating Disorders

The fact that celebrities are now willing to step forward and share their experiences with eating disorders is a testament to progress in the medical field. Recognition that anorexia, bulimia and binge eating are real medical conditions have taken away some of the shame and stigma that otherwise keep such conditions secret. Here is a …

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Patients Who Have Recovered From Anorexia Can Regain Lost Brain Volume

A team of American psychologists and neuroscientists have found that adult brain volume (grey matter volume), which can be reduced by anorexia nervosa, can be regained. The research showed that the damage caused by anorexia can be reversed when the patient fully recovers from the anorexia nervosa and is eating properly again. Anorexia & the …

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One Man Blogs About His Struggles With Bulimia

One man opens up and starts a blog to share his story about overcoming bulimia: “Angelo Henderson never thought taking the “easy way out” would result in his teeth chipping away and hair coming out in clumps. He thought forcing himself to throw up after eating for 12 years — a condition known as bulimia …

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