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Acquired Addiction And Eating Disorders (Video)

Could the way foods are processed, with extra fats and sugars, affect the way people eat and create an addiction? Learn more about what an acquired addition is and how this could be a cause for eating disorders. More Videos

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Can Healthy Living Initiatives Lead To Eating Disorders? (Video)

Many health campaigns focus on healthy living and eating right. And while these initiatives seem positive, they may change the way people look at health. A British study looked at how 4-year-olds viewed differently sized storybook characters and found that they already started to have a prejudice against fat characters. More Videos

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Doll Causes Controversy, Some Say Promotes Eating Disorders (Video)

A new doll called Nenuco Won’t Eat, from Spanish company Famosa, is causing controversy from eating disorder groups. The doll refuses to eat until the child learns how to manage the doll. Some people say this promotes eating disorders, while the company says it teaches children how to deal with fussy babies. More Videos

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Dove’s Beauty Sketches Show What We See Vs. Others

Dove has been championing the fight against poor body image for quite some time now, and in a recent video they took a stab at the bullies inside every one of us. In this ad, a forensic sketch artist creates two drawings of each woman who visits his studio: the first is based on her …

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