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Wellbutrin, which goes by the generic name bupropion, is a medication used to treat depression and seasonal affective disorder. For people with anorexia, Wellbutrin may cause complications that worsen symptoms or create new health problems that aren’t already present. If you have anorexia, make sure your doctor knows about your condition before you start taking …

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Bullies More Likely To Develop Eating Disorders

While being bullied has long been associated with eating disorders, new research suggests bullies themselves are at risk for behaviors like binge eating or bulimia. Researchers from Duke Medicine and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine studied 1,420 children who were divided into four categories: children who were not involved in bullying, victims …

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