Category: Eating Disorder

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Deciphering the genetics behind eating disorders

Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder are the three main eating disorders that 4 out of in 10 individuals living in Western Europe will experience at some point in their lives. In recent years, studies on the genetic basis of anorexia nervosa have highlighted the existence of predisposing genetic markers, which are shared with…

People with eating disorders will die if they can’t get treatment, say experts

AN EATING disorder catastrophe is mounting as NHS staff struggle to cope with rising demand. Case numbers have soared in the UK over the past decade. And now the pandemic has restricted access to services for many of the 1.6 million people suffering from anorexia, bulimia and other disorders, according to experts. Want to know more click here go

Eating disorders, their signs and what the dental team can do to intervene

The first week of March marks Eating Disorder Awareness week. Natalie Bradley explores some examples of eating disorders and explains how dentists can spot the signs. It is estimated that 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder. Dental professionals can potentially be the first health professionals to spot some of the warning signs. So

Demi Lovato Reveals She Had 3 Strokes and a Heart Attack After Near-Fatal Overdose

Demi Lovato has long been open about her mental health, shining a spotlight on substance use,  bulimia, and bipolar disorder. Now, Lovato is telling the full story of her 2018 overdose in a new documentary series—including the factors that led up to the terrifying ordeal.  On Wednesday, YouTube released a trailer for the series, Demi Lovato:

Challenge to anorexia nervosa treatment guidelines

New analysis published in The Lancet Psychiatry has shown a lack of strong evidence to support current guidance on psychological therapies for treating anorexia nervosa over expert treatment as usual. The findings highlight a need for further research and support a call for individual trial data to be made available so the benefits of treatments in

New analysis shows lack of strong evidence to support anorexia nervosa treatment guidelines

New analysis published in The Lancet Psychiatry has shown a lack of strong evidence to support current guidance on psychological therapies for treating anorexia nervosa over expert treatment as usual. The findings highlight a need for further research and support a call for individual trial data to be made available so the benefits of treatments in

Optum-Backed Telehealth Startup For Eating Disorder Treatment Raises $13 Million

Erin Parks and Kristina Saffran are the chief clinical officer and CEO of Equip, an eating disorder ... [+] treatment startup that has raised $13 million in Series A funding. Equip Kristina Saffran knows how hard it is to recover from an eating disorder. The 28-year old cofounder of Equip struggled with anorexia as a teenager, spending most of freshman

Doctors warn of ‘tsunami’ of pandemic eating disorders

Psychiatrists have warned of a “tsunami” of eating disorder patients amid data showing soaring numbers of people experiencing anorexia and bulimia in England during the pandemic. Dr Agnes Ayton, the chair of the Eating Disorder Faculty at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said the number of people experiencing problems had risen sharply with conditions

What Parents Should Know About ‘What I Eat in a Day’ TikTok Videos

Share on PinterestExperts say food photos on social media can encourage poor eating habits. d3sign/Getty Images Experts express concerns about “What I Eat in a Day” videos posted on TikTok and other social media. The videos, experts say, can promote poor eating habits as well as trigger eating disorders. They say parents should be aware of what

10 warning signs of cancer that women must not ignore according to an oncologist

Early detection is the difference between life and death when it comes to this disease, so don’t ignore these warning signs of cancer. When it comes to personal health, women, especially in India, often overlook their health problems as they keep the welfare of their family above their own. So, it is not uncommon for many women to ignore the symptoms

What Does Eating Disorder Recovery Even Look Like?

Hi. I’m Carolyn. I’m the editor in chief of SELF and the host of our wellness advice podcast, Checking In. In this week’s episode, we’re talking about eating disorder recovery.Today, our listener Sara wants advice on how to heal from an eating disorder—she estimates that she’s lived with bulimia for 12 to 15 years. “But if you want to

Gabourey Sidibe on How Bulimia Became Her ‘Self-Defense Mechanism’ Against Depression

Gabourey Sidibe shared new details about her past experiences with depression and bulimia. On a new episode of Taraji P. Henson's show Peace of Mind, Sidibe explains a little more about how disordered eating became a coping mechanism for her in moments when her sadness was unbearable."It was like a self-defense mechanism, that's what bulimia was for

23 Little Ways to Eat Healthier, According to R.D.s

Try scheduling a Zoom meal with friends or family while you reminisce on the good times. Recreate your favorite childhood meals to bring back fond memories and a pleasurable eating experience. Or for variety and comforting nostalgia, incorporate recipes and ingredients from your culture into your meals.” —Ayana Habtemariam, M.S.W., R.D.N., L.D.N.,

10 ‘Healthy Eating Rules’ You Should Throw Out Immediately

This rule is especially unfeasible in the coronavirus era, Harbstreet points out, when many people want or need to limit their trips to the store due to COVID-19. Her advice? “Toss this outdated advice and curate a shopping list based on what you need—packaged and shelf-stable foods included.”3. “Don’t eat after X o’clock.” Some people
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