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  1. Sensing the Self: Women's Recovery from Bulimia by Sheila M. Reindl, 2002-10-15
  2. Hope, Help, and Healing for Eating Disorders: A New Approach to Treating Anorexia, Bulimia, and Overeating by Gregory L. Jantz, 2002-10-15
  3. Overcoming Your Eating Disorders: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Robin F. Apple, W. Stewart Agras, 2007-09-10
  4. Wiping Away The Crumbs: My Road To Recovery From Bulimia by Kat Redant, 2009-01-22
  5. Conversation About Illness: Family Preoccupations with Bulimia (Everyday Communication Series) by Wayne A. Beach, 1996-08-01
  6. Insights in Dynamic Psychotherapy of Anorexia and Bulimia: An Introduction to the Literature
  7. The Family Approach to Eating Disorders: Assessment and Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia by Walter Vandereycken, Elly Kog, 1989-02
  8. Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating: A Guide to Recovery by Peter Cooper, 1995-07-01
  9. Anorexia & Bulimia Nervosa: How to Help by Duker & Sl, 1988-11-01
  10. Talking to Eating Disorders: Simple Ways to Support Someone With Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, Or Body Image Issues by Ph.D., Jeanne Albronda Heaton, Claudia J. Strauss, 2005-07-05
  11. The Monster Within: Overcoming Bulimia by Cynthia Rowland, 1985-01
  12. Anorexia and Bulimia in the Family: One Parent's Practical Guide to Recovery by Gráinne Smith, 2004-03-01
  13. Bulimia (Eating Disorders) by Cheryl Grady Mercier, Waln K. Brown, 2010-06-16
  14. Fear of Being Fat: The Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia

61. Empowered Kids - A Guide For Kids About Healthy Eating And Beautiful Bodies
Abigail Natenshon offers information, resources and activities for kids 5 to 17 on healthy eating and eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia.

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Beyond the Breakfast Barrier Your Body is a Wise Machine Are You Overweight? ... Making Changes
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Even as young as age 5, girls who are overweight and are subject to food restriction or dieting show the greatest increases in eating in the absence of hunger, and greater weight gain across middle childhood years. Featured Articles
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Kids who diet are more apt to become overweight adults. Fast Fact: A high risk group for eating disorders are those who had high weight concerns prior to age 14 Did You Know ? Dieting is the worst way to lose weight Not all anorexics are thin, and that anorexics can and do eat Eating disorders are a misuse of food to resolve emotional problems Fat-free eating is not healthy eating When children restrict food in their early years, they are greatly risk to become overweight adults.

62. The Bulimia File: Promising Bulimia Treatments
Updated regularly over 100 descriptions of the latest treatments for bulimiafrombulimia nervosa specialists at eating disorders clinics worldwide.
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. Learn about late-breaking research from recognized experts at bulimia clinics and eating disorders hospitals worldwide. Compiled from the National Library of Medicine database at the National Institutes of Health, the Bulimia File Bulimia File informs you about studies at such renowned institutions as the Eating Disorders Clinic at Rutgers University, the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, and the Eating Disorders Research Program at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Get the inside medical story on:
  • Drug Therapies for Bulimia
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63. CNN - Chemical Malfunction Plays Role In Bulimia, Researchers Say - February 14,

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February 14, 1999
Web posted at: 9:49 p.m. EST (0249 GMT) CHICAGO (AP) A new study adds to evidence that the eating disorder bulimia springs at least in part from a chemical malfunction in the brain and not merely from excessive desire to remain thin, researchers say. In the study released Sunday, women who had suffered from bulimia and recovered were more affected psychologically than other women by being deprived of tryptophan, which plays an indirect role in appetite regulation, researchers found. Tryptophan is an amino acid that occurs naturally in many foods and is used by the body to make serotonin, a mood- and appetite-regulating chemical in the brain. Compared with normal women, the recovered bulimics reported bigger dips in mood, greater worries about body image and more fear of losing control of eating after being deprived of dietary tryptophan for about 17 hours, researchers said.

64. BUBL LINK: Bulimia
Brief Introduction To bulimia Nervosa Article about the eating disorder bulimianervosa Comparisons are made between male and female bulimia sufferers.
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    Brief Introduction To Bulimia Nervosa
    Article about the eating disorder bulimia nervosa with information on causes and risks, such as disturbance of the blood chemistry and ovarian cysts. Additional information is provided by details of treatment options available from GPs, local anorexic units, NHS. or private sources.
    Author: Rowan, Peter
    Subjects: bulimia
    Resource type: article, guide
    Bulimia in Males
    Article discussing the effect of bulimia on males. Offers information on the typical age of onset, duration of illness, medical history, and prevalence among the gay and heterosexual communities. Comparisons are made between male and female bulimia sufferers.
    Author: Blinder, Barton J.
    Subjects: bulimia
    Resource type: article
    Coping With Bulimia
    Information about the development of bulimia, its characteristics, suggestions for families and friends of individuals with bulimia nervosa, and also for sufferers seeking recovery.

    65. - Schiavo Suspects Bulimia Caused Wife's Collapse - Oct. 28, 2003
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    Michael Schiavo: "Terri has never spoken a word" since her collapse in 1990. Story Tools VIDEO CNN exclusive: Terri Schiavo's husband, Michael, talks with CNN's Larry King (October 27)
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    66. Encyclopaedia Topic : Bulimia, Section : Introduction
    Over 85% of reported cases of bulimia occur in girls in their late teens and early On average, bulimia occurs slightly later than Anorexia Nervosa.

    67. Anorexia - Bulimia - Alcohol Detoxification Programs At Riverdale Grange
    Details of clinic specialising in the treatment of eating disorders anorexia, bulimia and obesity.
    Riverdale Grange is a specialist clinic, dedicated to
    the treatment of eating disorders and alcohol detox.
    • Inpatient and outpatient programmes for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
    • A newly developed programme for weight management with individualised packages
    • An alcohol detoxification programme
    • A specialist educational environment for students
    • A respite service supporting the needs of carers as highlighted in the Carers Act 1995
    • A school educational package to prevent young people from engaging in at the risk-behaviours of disordered eating that can lead to eating disorder
    Riverdale Grange's expanding reputation shared by the NHS referrers, families and sufferers is as a specialist service provider offering realistic, cost effective successfully integrated pathways for the treatment of eating disorders and alcohol addiction.

    68. Bulimia Nervosa
    bulimia is an eating disorder characterised by repeated episodes of overeatingand a preoccupation with the control of body weight.
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    What is bulimia nervosa?
    Bulimia is an eating disorder characterised by repeated episodes of overeating and a preoccupation with the control of body weight.
    Studies have shown that up to 1 per cent of the population is suffering from bulimia nervosa at any one time, and this may well be an underestimate.
    Other studies show that up to 7 per cent of young women consulting their GP have the symptoms of bulimia nervosa.
    What are the symptoms?

    69. Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Association, Home Page
    Anorexia Nervosa and bulimia Association (ANAB) leafspin.gif bulimia Nervosais a syndrome of chaotic eating behaviour identified by cycles of binge

    70. Bulimia - Eating Disorder - EMedicine Health
    Providing an overview of bulimia and its causes, symptoms, medical assessment,and treatment.
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    Bulimia Overview
    Bulimia is an eating disorder. Someone with bulimia might binge on food and then vomit (also called purge) in a cycle of binging and purging. Binge eating refers to quickly eating large amounts of food over short periods of time. Purging involves forced vomiting, laxative use, excessive exercise, or fasting in an attempt to lose weight that might be gained from eating food or binging. The strict medical definition used by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV ) requires 2 binge-eating episodes a week for at least 3 months to make the diagnosis, but it's likely that some people with symptoms of bulimia may not fit these exact criteria. A person with bulimia often feels a loss of control over their eating as well as guilt over their behavior. They are usually aware that their behavior is abnormal. Bulimia is most common in adolescent and young adult women. People with bulimia are often of normal or near-normal weight, which makes them different from people with anorexia (another eating disorder in which the person does not eat).

    71. ACAB
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    72. Bulimia: Stop Gagging Your Pain
    For more information http// What is bulimia?According to Mama s Health, bulimia, also called bulimia nervosa,
    What's New! Click here for the latest publication re. Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse from THE NATIONAL CENTER ON ADDICTION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE at Columbia University! Diagnosing Bulimia: Do You Have A Problem with Food? The first step toward a diagnosis is to admit the existence of an eating disorder. Often, the patient needs to be compelled by a parent or others to see a doctor because the patient may deny and resist the problem. Some patients may even self-diagnose their condition as an allergy to carbohydrates, because after being on a restricted diet, eating carbohydrates can produce gastrointestinal problems, dizziness, weakness, and palpitations. This may lead such people to restrict carbohydrates even more severely.
    For more information and a quiz on the disorder:
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    73. Il Gioco Della Vita Attacchi Di Panico, Ansia, Depressione, Disturbi Alimentari,
    E' rivolto a tutte le persone che affrontano o hanno affrontato i problemi connessi ai disturbi da attacchi di panico, agorafobia, depressione, anoressia, bulimia, disturbi della sfera affettiva.

    74. Bulimia: Stop Gagging Your Pain
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    77. Bulimia Nervosa
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    78. Eating Disorders Specialist : Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Pica For All Stag
    Information from an eating disorder specialist about eating disorders in males.Article discusses the female to male comparisons of characteristics,
    Home Articles Papers Book Chapters ... About BULIMIA IN MALES

    Also see: Atypical eating disorders in males and Anorexia in males
    Bulimia has been reported in male patients (38,42,44,69). Herzog et al. (38) noted an incidence in males of approximately four to five percent of a total population of bulimic patients. Gwirtsman found that ten to 13 percent of male students met DSMIII criteria for bulimia. The mean age of onset ranged fro 21 (38) to 24 (42) years. Duration of illness prior to treatment ranged from six years (42) to 7.4 years (38). This duration is significantly longer than the 4.2 years' duration of illness prior to treatment for bulimic females (38). Approximately two-thirds of bulimic males had a history of being overweight as compared to one-third of bulimic females. Socioeconomic classes were equally distributed in one series (38). Mitchell's (42) study noted that patients were employed, that they were functioning well, and that eleven of twelve were married. The clinical manifestations of male bulimia are comparable to female bulimia. Preoccupation with weight control and associations with the cultural pressures of professional life regarding personal performance (especially in sports, fashion, and musci) have been related to the onset of bulimia in some male patients (44).

    79. Spiseanfald (Bulimia Nervosa)
    Om symptomer og behandling. Af Kirsten H¸rder, overl¦ge og Ren© Klinkby St¸ving, l¦ge.
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    Hvordan behandles spiseanfald? Hvilken medicin kan anvendes? Debat online I NetDoktors debat om bulimi Medicin som kan anvendes: Midler mod depression Imipramin 'DAK' Anafranil Anafranil Retard Klomipramin 'NM' ... Mirtazapin "Ratiopharm" Sidst opdateret: Sponsor Annonce Annonce GENVEJE: Babyklub Rygestop-service Slankedoktoren Fagbogen LEKSIKON: Sygdomme Medicin Symptomer Sundhed EMNER: Allergi Angst Depression Inkontinens ... Patientforeninger SERVICE: Test dig selv INFORMATION: Kontakt NetDoktor Om NetDoktor ND i andre lande Brugerbetingelser: Vigtige juridiske informationer ... fortrolighedspolitik The documents contained in this web site are presented for information purposes only. The material is in no way intended to replace professional medical care or attention by a qualified practitioner. The materials in this web site cannot and should not be used as a basis for diagnosis or choice of treatment.

    80. Bulimia Nervosa - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    bulimia nervosa, an eating disorder more commonly known as bulimia, bulimia isa pathology that involves body image and the desperate desire to appear
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    Bulimia nervosa Bulimia nervosa , an eating disorder more commonly known as bulimia , is a psychological condition in which the subject engages in recurrent binge eating followed by intentionally doing one or more of the following in order to compensate for the intake of the food and prevent weight gain: A person is classified as having bulimia when he or she feels incapable of controlling the urge to binge, even during the binge itself, when he or she consumes a larger amount of food than a person would normally consume at one sitting, and when such behavior occurs at least twice per week for three months. Bulimia is a pathology that sometimes involves body image and the desperate desire to appear thin. The majority of bulimic patients are young females from 10 to 25 years old, although the disorder can occur in people of all ages and both sexes. Bulimia is often less about food, and more to do with deep psychological issues and profound feelings of lack of control. Binge/purge episodes can be severe, sometimes involving rapid and out of control feeding that stops when the sufferers "are interrupted by another person . . . or [when] their stomach hurts from over-extension . . . This cycle may be repeated several times a week or, in serious cases, several times a day."

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