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About Anorexia

Anorexia means “not eating.” The eating disorder where people willfully stop eating (instead of from a surgery or cancer or other physical illness) is properly called anorexia nervosa. The “nervosa” part refers to the psychological basis. It’s also not necessarily about starving oneself. Excessive exercise, laxatives and other measure can be used so that even …

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Diuretics: The Water Pill

While diuretics can act as temporary eliminators of “water weight” from the body, they are not effective tools for weight loss. In the long run, diuretics can be dangerous and are not a weight loss solution recommended by physicians. What Are Diuretics? Diuretics, or “water pills,” encourage urination by increasing the flow of urine from …

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For Female College Students, Eating Disorders Are Linked To Financial Woes

When it comes to college students, basic survival concerns that have to do with food and money may be intricately linked, according to new research from the University of Southhampton. The study, which included over 400 undergraduate students from various U.K. universities, found that females especially are more likely to suffer from an eating disorder …

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Understanding Pregorexia

Pregorexia is an eating disorder that affects pregnant women. Pregorexia the term given to a condition that some pregnant women suffer from is not a “real” medical term. However, the condition is very real! What is Pregorexia? Pregorexia much like it sounds is a form of anorexia that some pregnant women suffer from. The woman …

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