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Alicia Machado, ex-Miss Universe mocked by Donald Trump, says insults contributed to eating disorder

The former Miss Universe who became headline news for being called "Miss Piggy" by Donald Trump expressed surprise that her name emerged during this week's presidential debate, but said she hopes her story will help solidify support for Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary

Mental health at university: 'Students shouldn't have to suffer like I did'

I had OCD, depression, and an eating disorder. It went on for years. More mental health support in universities could help prevent ordeals like mine Report: some universities need to triple mental health services funding How should universities be protecting students’ mental health? As a student, I used to have a ritual. Show More Summary

Dear Doctor: It's Not Me. It's You.

[Content Note: Diet talk, fat hatred, body shame, weight loss, weight gain, disordered eating, fat-related medical malpractice.] Dear Doctor: Breaking up is always hard to do. I can't believe it's come to that point. You treated me with...Show More Summary

Size diversity plan can help body image | Letters

We appreciate Hadley Freeman’s point (Don’t blame the fashion world for the cult of skinny, Weekend, 10 September) that eating disorders are multifactorial, unattributed to any single cause. However, we disagree that the fashion industry, and its media representations, don’t play a role. Show More Summary

Sippin’ Tea After Dark: Open Post

  RECAP: #BigBrother18 Who Was Evicted & #HOH Winner + Jury House Drama [Episode 37] #RHONY Does Bethenny’s Reaction to Jules’ Eating Disorder Point to Something Bigger?   ‘My Life Flashed Before My Eyes’ #RHOC Kelly Dodd Reflects On Scary Buggy Crash   Twitter Thrashes Andy Cohen After Bethenny Frankel’s Explosive #RHONYReunion Behavior   #RHONY […]

Skin & Bones! Does Bethenny Frankel’s Reaction to Jules Wainstein’s Eating Disorder Point to Something Bigger?

Jules Wainstein’s journey on The Real Housewives of New York was rehashed Wednesday night, on the second installment of the post-season reunion. The rookie grabbed the opportunity to call out Bethenny Frankeland Carole Radziwill forShow More Summary

Big Trouble : Are eating disorders the Lavender Menace of the fat acceptance movement?

BeckyAll names have been changed. has been active in the fat acceptance movement for a good half-dozen years. She attends and organizes awareness-raising events, takes part in her local fat social scene, and fights to end discrimination against fat people with a powerful combination of weary sadness and righteous anger. Show More Summary

5 effective tips to control binge eating disorder

Millions and millions of people struggle with binge eating disorder (BED), according to a recent The post 5 effective tips to control binge eating disorder appeared first on ThinkNaturalToday.com, Health News, News, Health Magazine, Health in Natural ways, Holistic Health, Yoga, Ayurveda.

More Americans are eating gluten-free despite not having celiac disease

Percentage of the population avoiding gluten but not having disorder more than tripled between 2009 and 2014, possibly due to diet trends and marketing An increasing number of Americans are eating gluten-free despite not having celiac disease, the main medical reason for adopting such a diet. Show More Summary

Twins at higher risk for eating disorders, experts say

Because twins share genes, they are more likely to have an eating disorder than if they were only siblings.

New Study Shows Netherlands Euthanizing People With Depression, Eating Disorders and Autism

The Netherlands considers itself oh, so rational. Its laws around controversial social issues involve the concept of harm reduction. Harm reduction? Once the country accepted killing as an answer to suffering, it was sure to include the mentally ill. Now a new study reveals the law’s cruelty. From the Reuters story: Overall, about a third […]

Discovery’s Edge: A biobank helps find answers for bipolar disorder

To the uninitiated, cardiovascular disease, body mass index and eating disorders may seem unrelated to bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression. Yet, researchers with Mayo Clinic’s Individualized Medicine Biobank for Bipolar Disorder are examining all of these conditions for possible links. Show More Summary

The Female Athlete Triad: Energy Deficiency, Amenorrhea, and Osteoporosis

The Female Athlete Triad The female athlete triad is a condition that generally affects athletes such as gymnasts, dancers, or athletes with weight classifications such as body builders (Figure 1). Eating disorders, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis affect certain groups of athletes, often occurring as symptoms to this syndrome. Show More Summary

#MayoClinicRadio Podcast: 8/27/16

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 8/27/16 On Mayo Clinic Radio, adolescent eating disorder expert Dr. Jocelyn Lebow discusses diagnosis, treatment and prevention of eating disorders. Also on the program, gastroenterologist Dr. Conor Loftus explains new...Show More Summary

China once struggled to feed its people. Now it's seeing a rise in eating disorders

The patients filed into a drab, gray-paneled room, clothes hanging from skeletal frames. One young woman held a plastic bag of cookies. Visitors looked up at the hospital’s faded Chinese New Year decorations and pretended not to notice their entrance. A mother stood in front of the packed room...

Adolescent Eating Disorders: Mayo Clinic Radio

While many people are concerned about what they eat and their body image, eating disorders are marked by extremes. Most eating disorders involve focusing too much on your weight, body shape and food, leading to dangerous eating behaviors. Eating disorders frequently first appear during the teen years and, according the National Institutes of Health, women are 2½ times […]

Mayo Clinic Radio: Adolescent Eating Disorders

While many people are concerned about what they eat and their body image, eating disorders are marked by extremes. Most eating disorders involve focusing too much on your weight, body shape and food, leading to dangerous eating behaviors. Eating disorders frequently first appear during the teen years and, according the National Institutes of Health, women are 2½ times […]

Naya Rivera Reveals Eating Disorder Battle, Abortion

Naya Rivera has opened up about a pair of very personal subjects. The actress will release a memoir titled "Sorry Not Sorry" on September 13 and People Magazine has featured an exclusive preview of what fans can expect from the book. The two most notable tidbits so far? 1. Show More Summary

The Struggle: When Law School Gives You An Eating Disorder

By the end of her first semester in law school, she was wearing clothing from the children's section.

One approach can prevent teen obesity, eating disorders, new guidelines say

A single approach can prevent both obesity and eating disorders in teenagers, according to new guidelines.

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