Smartphone app-based therapy can treat anorexia, eating disorders
Anorexic patients can normalise their eating rate by adjusting food intake to feedback from a smartphone app.
Obsessed with healthy food? Could be because of eating disorder history
Pathological obsession with healthy eating is known as orthorexia ner...
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 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 eating disorders and other health problems.
Feeling inferior to attractive partner may trigger eating disorders in women
Women evaluated as less attractive were more motivated to diet and be thin.
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.
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.
US approves new drug for binge eating disorder
US has approved a first of its kind prescription drug to treat moderate to severe binge eating disorder (BED) in adults.
Instagram aims to create a positive environment, will restrict posts on cosmetic surgery, weight-loss products
Certain posts will be hidden from users under the age of 18, while others will be removed from Instagram as well as Facebook.
Children as young as 8 face body image issues; girls more dissatisfied than boys
Children may be vulnerable to poor body image as hormone levels rise with the onset of puberty.
Not so 'perfect'! Insta filters, RTs, unrealistic workplace competition hurting mental health of millennial India
Striving towards being the best among your peers without knowing how much you can push yourself can work against you, impacting mental health.
One suicide attempt every 3 seconds, India needs to make first-aid for mental health non-negotiable
According to the World Health Organization, 7.5 per cent of India’s 135-crore population suffers from mental health issues.
Women share more edited selfies than men - and get judged as well
Women edit selfies on Instagram to enhance their appearance as it helps with their mental health.
5-star comedy, chill with the horses: Five things to do in Mumbai this weekend
Make the most of your weekend today with delicious chaat, Naga Food Festival and a pyjama party.
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.
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