People With Big Brains May Develop Eating Disorders

People with big brains may develop eating disorders
(NewsFix) In a small scale research it has been revealed that the size of a person's brain may have some link with development of anorexia. The study involved a total of 41 adolescent girls. Among them 19 had anorexia nervosa and the other 22 were in a … Read more on Toronto NewsFIX

Shout It Proud: "I'm a Girl!"
35 percent of normal dieters progress to pathological dieting and, of those, 20-25 percent progress to partial or full-syndrome eating disorders. Eating disorders typically begin in adolescence or early adulthood. — <em>“The Spectrum of Eating … Read more on Huffington Post

Halloween Costumes 2013: 9 Bizarre, Controversial And Over-The-Top Sexy
This costume, a black bodycon dress with a skeleton image on the front and a measuring tape around the waist, ruffled some feathers when the National Eating Disorders Association discredited it for spoofing a deadly eating disorder that more than 10 … Read more on International Business Times