Eating disorder

ALMOST ANOREXIC: A New Book About The Eating Disorder ‘Gray Area’

Summer is almost over… In case it has not dawned on you, summer is almost over and this coming weekend we’ll be celebrating Labor Day 2013. Hard to believe, don’t you agree?  One way to know for sure that summer is coming to an end is by tuning into a television show and realizing that most of...
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Study: Alcohol Dependence, Binge Eating, And Compensatory Behaviors – Are There Common Genetic Factors?

Do you remember the game telephone? For those of you who have never played telephone here are a few details provided by Wikipedia on how the game is played. …a game played around the world, in which one person whispers a message to another, which is passed through a line of people until the last...
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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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Athletes Can Be More Vulnerable to Eating Disorders

The Olympics Last Friday, July 27, 2012, it is estimated that 40 million Americans tuned in to watch the 2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony that took place in London. Did you watch? The appeal of the Opening Ceremony is that it gives the viewers from all over the world and opportunity to learn about the...
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Pinterest and Eating Disorders

English: Red Pinterest logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) How many social networks do you belong to? Perhaps you have a Facebook profile, maybe a Twitter account, LinkedIn professional profile…the sheer number of social networking platforms is mind boggling and more are introduced it seems every few weeks. It has been almost a year since Google+ was...
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Pre-Teen Eating Habits May Predict Eating Disorders

Part of the bumpy ride can include parents being observant of their pre-teen’s eating habits. It seems simple enough; however, a new study is now indicating that young girls’ food choices can be a predictor of their risk of developing an eating disorder as teenagers. The researchers, headed by associate director of the division of...
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