Eating Disorders in Men

A Look At Male Eating Disorders (Video)

Interview with a Mother and Son Ewan Osborne, a young boy recovering from an eating disorder, talks openly about his struggle. His mother says she didn’t know that her son was sick for a long time because she thought anorexia was mainly a female disease. However, one in five eating disorder victims is male, and …

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A Look Inside Manorexia (Video)

Male eating disorders, termed “manorexia,” are still not widely discussed but are a growing problem. Brian Cuban, author of “Shattered Image,” gives a personal look inside manorexia with his own battle. More Videos

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A Revealing Look Inside Male Body Image And BDD (Video)

Whether you look on TV, at a movie or in a magazine, images of “perfect” bodies are everywhere. Body image issues tend to be thought of as affecting only females, but men are being subjected to these ideals as well, which can lead to body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). More Videos

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Men Have More Difficult Time Getting Help For Eating Disorders (Video)

New research from the Canadian Association Medical Journal shows that 10-15 percent of people with anorexia or bulimia are actually men, with 10 million men in the U.S. suffering from some sort of eating disorder. But men are often not easily diagnosed with these disorders and may be less likely to seek help. More Videos

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Symptoms Of Male Anorexia (Video)

Learn more about the symptoms associated with anorexia in men. While many of the symptoms in men are similar to those in women, there are some differences. More Videos

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Eating Disorder Self Test. Take the EAT-26 self test to see if you might have eating disorder symptoms that might require professional evaluation. All answers are confidential.

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