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Eating Disorders

Articles, Videos and treatment options for Eating Disorders

The term "eating disorder" encompasses a wide variety of abnormal behaviors that can present in a number of clinical pictures. One of the most basic ways to define "eating disorder" is as a cluster of abnormal eating habits associated with deranged thoughts or negative feelings. To define "eating disorder" adequately both psychological and clinical symptoms must be addressed.

Our overview of eating disorders can be found here. For the latest content, scroll down and select from the list.

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An easy way to make sure your body gets the variety of nutrients it needs is to think of an artist’s...
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Too much physical exercise raises our risk of injury or serious physical illness, and may lead to wo...
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If you want to eat healthier but are driven crazy trying to sort through the mountain of nutritional...
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Most of us associate Halloween with sweet treats, but having bags of bite-size candy bars in the pan...
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Seizures can be very frightening, in particular because there is no indicator as to when one will oc...
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Maybe you are looking for, or have found professional help to address your eating disorder, and know...
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Sometimes people who are eating healthy foods start or continue to put on weight. It can be frustrat...
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When eating disorder (ED) programs initially focus on a patient’s weight gain the purpose is, natur...
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A healthy body image is realistic and accepting, based in the knowledge that human bodies come in a...
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This October people will be gathering in Washington D.C. to advocate for better prevention and more...