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Understanding Bulimia Nervosa and How to Get Help

Eating disorders often have complicated origins: they’re not always about consuming too much or too little food. That behavior is a symptom of much greater mental health concerns. When someone suffers from bulimia nervosa, commonly known as bulimia, proper treatment includes not only understanding and modifying the condition, but also uncovering what prompted it and...
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Are There Eating Disorders Aside from Anorexia and Bulimia?

Eating disorders are a broad category of mental health disorders. Included disorders are the well known anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. In addition to anorexia and bulimia are binge eating disorder, body dysmorphic disorder and a smaller subcategory called eating disorders otherwise not specified. Lesser known eating disorders can include pica, orthorexia, and more cultural...
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Initiative to Address Eating Disorders on College Campuses

Our society puts a lot of pressure on how we are expected to look, and for some people that pressure can lead to unhealthy practices – especially among teenage girls and young women. Attempting to achieve a particular weight or body type can lead to eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia. On college...
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Obsessed: Mika Brzezinski Writes About Food Addiction ~ Particularly Her Own

Do you fall asleep with your television on? This might sound like a odd question, but the National Sleep Foundation reported in 2011 that “about two-thirds of baby boomers (67%) and generation X’ers (63%) and half of generation Z’ers (50%) and generation Y’ers (49%) watch television every night or almost every night within the hour...
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