Obsessed with healthy food? Could be because of eating disorder history
Pathological obsession with healthy eating is known as orthorexia nervosa.
Want your child to be a perfectionist? It may increase risk of OCD, social anxiety
It is important to identify the disorder early as the cond...
Are you sure your lean body isn't a result of an eating disorder?
Trying to live up to impossible body images leads a lot of youngsters to ea...
Bigger is beautiful! When fashion industry welcomed curvy models
Popular culture is full of strong women proud of their curves. But few prestigious labels adequately cater to the plus-size market.
Are you skipping meals? It may be an eating disorder
Binge-eating or skipping a meal once in a way will not make a big difference to most of us.
Genes may play a role in schizophrenia, bipolar disorder occurrence
Some psychiatric disorders may be genetic, whereas neurological disorders like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's are more distinct.
Here's how you can trick your brain to think that spinach is delicious and a pizza isn't
You switch parts of the brain's amygdala on and off, turning bitterness into a desirable one.
Not just for bones, calcium is crucial for cardiac functioning too! Here's how to ensure you're never deficient
Even if you ingest enough calcium, it needs to be absorbed into your bloodstream to perform its functions.
Men most likely to remain underdiagnosed for eating disorders, which delays their treatment
Eating disorders are characterised by irregular eating habits and concern about body weight or shape.
Are you obsessed with eating healthy? It could end up making you sick
The modern eating disorder, orthorexia nervosa, refers to a pathological obsession to eat clean.
Drooling over food that pops on your feed? Instagram accounts may up eating disorder risk
The photo-sharing site could put you at an increased risk of an eating disorder.
Forget about counting calories, just eat healthy & right
Counting calories can be a useful tool if you want to maintain a healthy weight, but it's important to understand that it's just a measuring tool.
Why obesity, underweight condition may up depression in women
New York, Nov 12 (IANS) Women who are extremely underweight and obese are likely to be at an increased risk of developing common mood disorders like depression and anxiety, as a result of low feel good neuroactive steroid, finds a study.
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