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Anorexia Nervosa

Articles, Videos and Treatment Options for Anorexia

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by both psychological and physiological signs and symptoms related to low body weight and abnormal food restriction behaviors. Anorexia Nervosa typically presents with two main types of behavior, either as restricting food intake, or as bingeing with purging. Medical and psychological guidance is often required for treatment.

An overview of anorexia can be found here. Browse the following for the latest articles and videos about anorexia.

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Phentermine is a drug used to suppress appetite by changing levels of neurotransmitters. The drug is...
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The National Health Service estimates that the number of U.K. preteen children treated for eating di...
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Because both diabetes and anorexia involve body issues, weight management and food control, some pe...
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This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisordersOnline.com by Jenmac18, a member of...
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Anorexia is the third most common chronic illness among adolescents, according to the National Assoc...
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This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisordersOnline.com by Jenmac18, a member of...
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BBC news investigates the long-time lag people with anorexia or bulimia have to wait in order to re...
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Of all mental disorders, anorexia is considered to be the most lethal. Medical professionals are alw...
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A new study suggests that aggressive, accelerated refeeding may be more effective than the slow, lo...
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