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Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by recurrent binge eating, followed by compensatory behaviors. The most common form—practiced by more than 75% of people with bulimia nervosa—is self-induced vomiting, sometimes called purging; fasting, the use of...
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Fact sheet about bulimia and its risk factors.
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Watch a video where Ruby Wax looks at bulimia and chats to Michelle about her struggle with her eating. Also find a downloadable factsheet about the condition ...
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Questions about bulimia and other eating disorders answered by Joanne Larsen.
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Includes causes and complications of bulimia.
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Article on bulimia, also called bulimia nervosa, characterized by episodes of secretive excessive eating (bingeing) followed by inappropriate methods of weight ...
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Overview of the common eating disorder covering its causes, symptoms, and treatment options.
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Collection of links with basic information on bulimia, support groups, and more.
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Provides descriptions and diagnostic guidelines and links to treatment and research information.
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Provides an overview of bulimia and its causes, symptoms, and treatment.
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Bulimia.com, Eating Disorders Information, Eating Disorder Therapist Directory, ... offers a complete understanding of bulimia and a plan for recovery. ...
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Bulimia Nervosa - What is Bulimia Nervosa - Bulimia Facts ... How does bulimia affect my relationships? Is it the same as anorexia nervosa? ...
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bulimia n. An eating disorder, common especially among young women of normal or nearly normal weight, that is characterized by episodic binge eating
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Bulimia — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment and coping with this eating disorder. ... With bulimia, you engage in episodes of bingeing and ...
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A person with bulimia eats a lot of food in a short amount of time (binging) and ... But bulimia affects people from all walks of life, including males, women of ...
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Empowering guide to the signs, symptoms, causes, effects and treatment of bulimia; includes self-help tips, resources, information on treatment options, and ...
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This disorder is due to high amount of calorie rich foods which increases your obesity and leads to several diseases caused due to overweight.
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Bulimia is very serious and has an impact on both physical and ... untreated, bulimia can ... Bulimia may be used as a way to express control when the rest ...
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