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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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Adam Lamparello: Law Professor/Writer Recovered From Anorexia (Video)

Law professor and author of Ten-Mile Morning Adam Larparello tells the true story of how he broke through and reached full recovery from anorexia nervosa. Adam discusses his past addictions, depression, anxiety, and the emptiness that arose from his lack of self-esteem. He seeks to shed insight on hope and recovery. An inspiring man, Adam …

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Anorexia’s Childhood Roots

Isabelle Caro, known as “the face of anorexia,” tells us about her childhood and how it caused her to become one of the thinnest women ever. She says that her father was absent and her mother was severely depressed. Her mother had an irrational fear that Isabel would grow, so she kept her indoors, away …

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Are Eating Disorders Genetic?

Dr. Kaye talks about the genetic factors of eating disorders Are eating disorders based on our genes, or are they based on our environment? This is a long-debated question, and scientists have decided that our genes may account for about 50-80% of our eating disorder susceptibility. However, this doesn’t mean that there is an “eating …

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Beating Your Eating Disorder At Any Age

Director of the UNC Eating Disorders Program Cynthia Bulik sits down with Katie Couric to discuss the common occurrence of eating disorders among adults. Dr. Bulik describes how these eating disorders manifest themselves and how they can affect families and children. Are eating disorders curable? Watch to find out. More Videos

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