Eating disorders range from a very prominent feature to subtle behavioral traits.
The Empire star shares why she decided to go under the knife and other health battles she fought before that.
With an effort to help further studies and treatment about eating disorders, charities Beat and Eating Disorder Hope have helpe raised awareness. Eating Disorder Hope has announced new membership opportunities and online forums to help kick off National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2017.
Anorexia, that dreaded eating disorder normally associated with some psychological or external factor, may be tied up with something else following studies revealing that it could be a tied up with some bacterial infection.
The laws that allow euthanasia or assisted suicide even justify the psychiatric patient’s decision to end their lives, theoretically. However, in execution, this practice can be very messy, said a Netherlands study.
It is important that when mothers discuss their daughters' weight issues, they also talk about their own weight problems, says a study.
Alexa PenaVega unveiled her secret in a cathartic contemporary dance rendition.
Eating disorders can boost the risk of autoimmune disorders, according to a new study.
The love hormone does more than make you want to cuddle after sex. It can also help treat eating disorders, according to new research.
Weight gain is a problem for a large percentage of 13-year-olds. A new study reveals that three out of five 13-year-old girls and two out of five boys of the same age are worried about gaining weight or getting fat. The findings are worrying because children who engage in unhealthy weight-control strategies are more likely to become overweight or obese, according to researchers.
Eating disorders are not just a girl thing. any people assume eating disorders very rarely affect males, but a new study of 5,527 teenage males reveals that one in five adolescent boys feel extremely concerned about their weight and physique. Researchers said that these boys were also significantly more likely to start engaging in risky behaviors like drug use and binge drinking.
Scientists have long known that eating disorders like anorexia nervosa and bulimia often run in families. While it has been challenging to pinpoint specific genes that heighten a person's risk, a new study has linked two gene mutations to an increased likelihood of developing these complex disorders.
Losing weight may put obese teens at risk of developing anorexia and bulimia, a new study suggests.
People with large brains may be more susceptible to eating disorders.
No one likes a fat-talker, a new study has confirmed.