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Eating disorders are common illnesses that cause serious issues with a person’s diet on a daily basis, including eating too little or too much. Anorexia, also referred to as anorexia nervosa, is one of the three most common types of eating disorders. Anorexia is a very serious mental illness in that people with the disorder …

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It seems like sweet treats and indulgences are around every corner during the holiday season. While there’s nothing wrong with a well-planned and conscious splurge (the idea being that you’re in control rather than allowing the cravings to control you), it’s best to stop binge eating before it starts. Tips to Avoid Binge Eating Here …

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Son Of Former Red Sox Pitcher Speaks Of Anorexia Struggles

It’s not often that stories of male athletes with eating disorders are publicly shared, especially when these athletes are in the public eye. But Gehrig Schilling, son of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, is speaking openly about hia battle with anorexia – which started when he was in middle school. He weighed a …

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