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Medical Minute: Ischemic Colitis

Hi, I’m Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani. Today we’re going to talk about something that can occur in patients who exercise significantly, whether or not they have an eating disorder. And that something is called ischemic colitis or diarrhea with blood in it that can occur after doing exercise. This can occur in people who have eating […]

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Research Reveals Genes Linked To Eating Disorders
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Research Reveals Genes Linked To Eating Disorders

. TONIGHT’S HEALTH WATCH AN ESTIMATED 30 MILLION IN THIS COUNTRY HAVE AN EATING DISORDER. NOW NEW RESEARCH FOUND THERE ARE CERTAIN GENE THAT MAKE A PERSON MORE LIKELY TO DEVELOP THE SERIOUS EATING DISORDER. MAX GOMEZ EXPLAINS. FOR TEN LONG AND DIFFICULT YEARS KYA LIVED WITH EATING DISORDERS, FIRST ANOREXIA AND THEN BULIMEA. IT’S […]

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How to Recover from Bulimia | Eating Disorders
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How to Recover from Bulimia | Eating Disorders

Well, like with other eating problems, the most important thing I can say about recovering from Bulimia Nervosa, the number one tip for recovering from Bulimina Nervosa, is to try to get help from somebody experienced with dealing with these types of eating problems. Sometimes that means an individual counselor, a therapist, sometimes that means […]

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Treatment for Purging Disorder | Eating Disorders
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Treatment for Purging Disorder | Eating Disorders

Purging disorder treatment is definitely out there, although in some cases, because it’s still a sort of newer diagnosis not recognized as an official diagnosis, maybe in some ways it may be a little harder to find than treatment for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, which are very well recognized diagnoses and there are many, […]

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Orthorexia Nervosa Symptoms
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Orthorexia Nervosa Symptoms

“Orthorexia Nervosa Symptoms” Orthorexia Nervosa is an unrecognized eating disorder in which the person becomes obsessed with eating healthy foods. Whereas recognized eating disorders like anorexia deal with the quantity of food, orthorexics care about the quality of their food. Many researchers have raised questions about the validity of orthorexia as an entity, but I […]

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Men Can Have Eating Disorders Too
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Men Can Have Eating Disorders Too

Anorexia and bulimia in men may be underreported. I’m Erin White and THIS is a dailyRx Minute. Changes in diet affecting testosterone levels, substance abuse problems, and excessive exercise and strength training are some differences often seen between men and women with eating disorders. 57 percent of men with binge eating disorder also have a […]

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