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Healthy Body Image
What do you see when you look in the mirror? If you hate what you see, you may have an unhealthy body image - even if you are actually at a healthy weight! Learn more about body dysmorphic disorder.
Understanding Anorexia Nervosa
Anorexia. You've probably heard about this eating disorder from more sources than you can count. But could anorexia nervosa be something that's affecting you? Watch this video to about symptoms and anorexia recovery.
Understanding Bulimia
Bulimia nervosa affects up to 4.2 percent of women in the U.S. If you find yourself needing to vomit after you eat, it's time for help. This video offers information, including help with bulimia recovery and more on other eating disorders.
Eating Disorder Indicators
Know the signs of anorexia? What about the traits that signal another eating disorder? If you're worried about a friend's body image--and the lengths that she'll go to to look a certain way--watch this to learn the classic signs of eating...
3 Types of Eating Disorders
Eating disorders, like anorexia and bulimia, affect women, teens and even men. Fear of weight gain, poor body image, low self-esteem and a quest to be thin are just some of the emotional ymptoms. Here, learn what disordered eating does to your body.
Anorexia Treatment Options
It's speculated that underweight Brittany Murphy's anorexia nervosa played a part in her untimely passing. Anorexia, an eating disorder involving an unhealthy desire to be thin, damages the body and can be fatal. Learn more about anorexia now.
Bulimia Treatment Options
Paula Abdul once suffered from bulimia nervosa, characterized by binging and purging. People with bulimia have weight problems and body issues, not to mention poor eating habits. Learn about the symptoms of bulimia and bulimia treatment now.
Binging: The Most Common Eating Disorder
Kristie Alley makes headlines for her weight. A compulsive eater, Kirstie is a good example of the struggles manifested by binge eating disorder. Binges lead to low self-esteem while boosting the risk of type two diabetes, cholesterol and heart problems.