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The most obvious symptoms of anorexia revolve around weight loss or failure to gain weight when expected. However, if this is the only visible symptom, other explanations should be investigated – many medical conditions can lead to weight loss or loss of appetite. An anorexic doesn’t have to be extremely thin, although eventually, this is …

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The term “bulimia cheeks” refers to the appearance of swollen, enlarged cheeks that may be observed in someone who has bulimia. The condition is sometimes described as “chipmunk cheeks”. The puffiness in the cheeks is caused by inflammation of parotid tissue, and swelling in the parotid glands (the largest of the salivary glands). The parotid …

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US Study Links Binge Eating And Depression In Teenage Girls

A new U.S. study has determined that adolescent girls who are depressed are twice as likely to start binge eating than teenage girls who are not suffering from depression. In addition to this, the researchers noted that adolescent girls who binge eat on a regular basis have double the risk of developing depressive symptoms. Screening …

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