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In a move that may pave the way for patients with eating disorders to have better access to care, Missouri is the first state to spell out the types o...
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It has been suggested according to research published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders, that children with attention deficit hyperacti...
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Dieting culture is nowhere more prevalent than on social media and smartphones, but are calorie-counting apps fueling the presence of eating disorders...
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Understanding and learning to recognize true hunger cues may be the most important skills to develop if you have an eating disorder and are trying to...
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Foods that are branded with a "fitness" angle may actually be detrimental to health and weight loss efforts, according to a new study. Researchers fro...
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It was only two years ago - in May of 2013 - that Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) was added to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual...
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Poor cooking skills among teens is becoming a dangerous epidemic, according to researchers at Lancaster University. In addition to the influence of a...
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For people struggling with obesity or weight problems, dieting so often fails because of its restrictive nature. Periods of cutting calories or elimin...
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Among the many factors that may trigger the tendency to overeat, a lack of sleep may be one of them, according to new research. Scientists from the Un...
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While awareness is more prevalent than it has ever been, eating disorders are still sending too many young people to the hospital, according to figure...