Eating Disorders and Minorities: Part 1

Discrimination in the Eating Disorder Community While eating disorder awareness has improved in the United States, there still seems to be…

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Bipolar Disorder and Bulimia Nervosa as Co-occurring Disorders

Studies have shown that 14 percent of individuals with bipolar disorder also have a co-occurring eating disorder such as bulimia nervosa,…

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Complications and Causes of Bulimia Nervosa

Causes of Bulimia Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that affects 0.5% of males and 1.5% of females in the United…

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Five Telltale Signs of Bulimia Nervosa

Many individuals struggling with bulimia nervosa hide behind their symptoms and will do everything in their power to mask their disorder….

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Impulsivity and Bulimia Nervosa

Define Compulsive Eating Disorder Eating disorders, including bulimia nervosa, are often described as both compulsive and impulsive. Compulsivity refers to repeatedly…

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Emotions, Starvation, and Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa is an eating disorder that is characterized by a cycle of binging and compensatory behaviors such as self-induced vomiting…

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National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Inclusivity in the Eating Disorder World The term “inclusivity” refers to the practice or policy of including people who would otherwise…

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Eating Disorder Awareness Week: The Guide to Eating Disorder Resources

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is a national initiative to raise awareness about eating disorders. National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is…

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Eating Disorder Awareness Week: Understanding Eating Disorders, One Disorder at a Time

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week sponsored by NEDA is a week to spread awareness and education about eating disorders, including how…

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Eating Disorder Awareness Week: Life after Eating Disorder Treatment

The last week of February is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, which is sponsored by NEDA and is promoted throughout the…

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