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There are limited reliable binge eating disorder statistics on the prevalence and incidence of Binge Eating Disorder (BED), a type of eating disorder not otherwise specified that is in the works to have its own diagnostic criteria in the next edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. According to the National Institute …

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How To Recognize The Signs Of Anorexia In Boys

Since nine out of 10 diagnosed anorexics are female, less attention is given to another demographic: males who develop the disease. According to the National Eating Disorders Association, about 1 million young men in the U.S. suffer from anorexia – a conservative estimate, since fewer males seek treatment for eating disorders than females. Signs of …

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Harvard Women’s Rugby Team Sends Message Of Positive Body Image

Rugby is traditionally considered a male-dominated sport, but the Harvard women’s rugby team is on a mission to show that strong can indeed be beautiful and feminine. In a series of photos accompanied by an essay in the Harvard Political Review, the team showed off their near-bare bodies – which had words like “fearless,” “strong” …

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