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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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Former Vogue Editor Says Models Eat Tissues To Stay Thin

In a new tell-all book called “The Vogue Factor,” Vogue Australia editor Kirstie Clements reveals some dirty secrets about the fashion industry. Namely, that super-skinny models will resort to eating tissues to help them feel full. Some of them even spend time on a hospital drip just to stay thin. Sound too horrific to be …

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