Anorexia Can Affect Unconscious Movements (Video)

Dutch researchers have found that people with anorexia have different, unconscious movements compared to people who do not have an eating disorder. It is thought that these movements are caused by distorted body image. More Videos

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Anorexic And Pregnant (Video)

Pregnancy can present its own set of challenges, but for women who are anorexic while pregnant, having a healthy baby can be extremely difficult. Learn more about the dangers that anorexia can cause during a pregnancy. More Videos

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Could A Blood Test Diagnose Anorexia? (Video)

Anorexia is a serious illness, affecting both the body and the mind. Both genes and environment contribute to anorexia, so now researchers are looking into the genes responsible for anorexia to help others. More Videos

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Dr. Phil: Starving For Perfection

Dr. Phil speaks with 58-year-old Darlene and 22-year-old Jennifer, each weighing about 60 pounds. Darlene walks 20 miles every day followed by several crunches and leg lifts to burn calories. Jennifer has already been in cardiac arrest and has been diagnosed with osteoporosis. She says that she’s not in denial and that she’s sorry for …

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Do The Media Promote Anorexia? (Video)

Can images promoted by the media push people toward anorexia? A new study by Microsoft has found just that. According to the study, people who see anorexic models and celebrities online perform more searches about anorexia. More Videos

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