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         Eating Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. When Your Child Has an Eating Disorder: A Step-By-Step Workbook for Parents and Other Caregivers by Abigail H. Natenshon, 1999-09-15
  2. The Treatment of Eating Disorders: A Clinical Handbook
  3. Eating and Weight Disorders by Carlos M. Grilo, 2006-09-06
  4. Unlocking the Mysteries of Eating Disorders: A Life-Saving Guide to Your Child's Treatment and Recovery (Harvard Medical School Guides) by David Herzog, Debra Franko, et all 2007-07-31
  5. Integrated Treatment of Eating Disorders: Beyond the Body Betrayed by Kathryn J. Zerbe, 2008-03-17
  6. Overcoming Binge Eating by Christopher Fairburn, 1995-03-10
  7. Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationship with Food Through Myths, Metaphors, and Storytelling by Anita A. Johnston PhD., 2000-04-13
  8. 100 Q&A About Eating Disorders (100 Questions & Answers about) by Carolyn Costin, 2007-04-18
  9. Hope, Help, and Healing for Eating Disorders: A New Approach to Treating Anorexia, Bulimia, and Overeating by Gregory L. Jantz, 2002-10-15
  10. Eating Disorders: A Guide to Medical Care and Complications by Philip S. Mehler MD CEDS, Arnold E. Andersen MD, 2010-02-05
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. Brave Girl Eating: A Family's Struggle with Anorexia by Harriet Brown, 2010-09-01
  14. Nutrition Counseling in the Treatment of Eating Disorders: 2nd Edition by Marcia Herrin, 2002-11-15

21. Eating Disorders Intro
Learn what anorexia, binge eating, and bulimia are and how you can spot them.
Eating Disorders
What is Anorexia What is Binge-Eating What is Bulimia Eating Disorders are very serious. Maybe you look glamorous at first but it can seriously hurt you. If you or someone you know has an eating disorder, get help. This page is to inform you about eating disorders. What they are and what they can do to you. Eating Disorders may make you look nice but make you feel awful. Please, if you recognize any of the signs get help, why lose another helpless soul to an eating disorder?
What is Anorexia?
Anorexia Nervosa is a condition, usually affecting females but also males as well, in which the sufferer has a morbid fear of gaining weight and fat and calories. It is an obsession with being slim. However, it is much more than simply a diet to avoid consuming food and will attempt to eat as little as possible. In the past, anorexia was largely seen as a physical condition, rather than as a psychological one. Nowadays, it is widely recognized as the latter. An estimated 1% of female colleges students are anorexic. Fortunately, there is now more help than ever available. Sufferers are also prone to bulimic tendencies, such as laxative and diuretics abuse; any attempt to purge the body of food. To Learn More About Anorexia Click Here What is Binge-Eating?

22. ANAD - We Help Those Struggling With Eating Disorders - Anorexia
eating disorders ANAD helps those struggling with Anorexia, Bulimia, and Compulsive Overeating. We offer an information hotline, free support

23. Index To The New Zealand Health Information Network
The New Zealand Health Network Information on natural treatments for eating disorders.

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24. Consumer Health Information - Eating Disorders
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25. ANRED: Information And Resources
A nonprofit organization that provides information about anorexia nervosa,bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, compulsive exercising, and other less
Information and Resources
  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Binge eating disorder
  • Other less-well-known eating disorders

26. Mood Shifts ...a Mental Health Book Store And Library
Books on mental health issues, stories, resources and workbooks. Manic depression, bipolar disorder, depression, ECT, panic attacks, eating disorders, and other mental health subjects.
M ood Shifts is a album of some of the highest regarded and most popular books on mental health
for patients, family and friends, students, medial specialists and anyone truly concerned in the mental health field. Education is power... the power to dim stigma and to change our world from ourselves outward...
To keep inform is to never give up... to keep fighting until the answers are more clear
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simply click onto the book or the title of the book, (whichever is shown) Touched With Fire , Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament. Kay Redfield Jamison. This book informs it's readers of the biological foundations of manic depression and then relates it to artists who have the illness as well. Just a few of the artists in this book include, Byron, Van Gogh, Schumann and Woolf. It is 400 pages long and it is published by Macmillian Publishing 20% off!
Everything You Need to Know about Anger
Renora Licata. Synopsis Discusses the causes of anger and its ill effects on people, as well as ways to control it.

27. National Eating Disorders Association
National nonprofit eating disorders organization. Information, referrals, support, prevention, conferences, and newsletters.

28. ANRED: Table Of Contents
ANRED logo eating disorders anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating disorder Definitions the lesswell-known eating disorders and conditions
Table of contents
Scroll through this list of all the documents available on this web site. Click on the links to read more about topics that interest you.
  • Welcome to ANRED
    • How to use the ANRED web site
    • Privacy statement
    • Definitions: the better-known eating disorders
      • Anorexia nervosa
      • Bulimia nervosa
      • Binge eating disorder (compulsive eating)
      • Eating disorder not otherwise specified
      • Definitions: the less-well-known eating disorders and conditions
        • Anorexia athletica (compulsive exercising)
        • Body dysmorphic disorder
        • Muscle dysmorphic disorder (bigorexia)
        • Infection-triggered auto immune subtype of anorexia in children
        • Orthorexia nervosa
        • Night-eating syndrome
        • Nocturnal sleep-related eating disorder
        • Rumination syndrome
        • Gourmand syndrome
        • Prader-Willi syndrome
        • Pica
        • Cyclic vomiting syndrome
        • Chewing and spitting
        • Statistics
          • Anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and obesity
          • Compulsive exercise
          • Subclinical eating disorders
          • Mortality and recovery rates
          • Miscellaneous facts and stats
          • Why determining accurate statistics is difficult
          • Warning signs
            • Food behaviors
            • Appearance and body image behaviors
            • Exercise behaviors
            • Thoughts
            • Feelings
            • Self-injury and self-harm. Cutting, burning, etc.

29. MedlinePlus: Eating Disorders
Directory of resources about all aspects of eating disorders from the NationalLibrary of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health.
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30. Health 4 Teens
Provides health information, written especially for teenagers, on drinking, eating disorders, sex, smoking, STDs, and stress.

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32. Conditions Men Get, Too
Discusses osteoporosis, breast cancer, and eating disorders as conditions that occur in men, although they are typically thought of as women's diseases.
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Seymour Kramer noticed a patch of what looked like blood on his pajama top three years ago and thought he had cut himself. But he wasn't scratched. His doctor tested the discharge and told the New Jersey man he had breast cancer. Dan, 70, a retired Michigan engineer who asked that his last name not be used, was pulling weeds three years ago. For no apparent reason, he fractured two vertebrae. Doctors told him his bones were wasting away. He has osteoporosis. As a teenager, Gary Grahl was obsessed with having a trim, "athletic" body. The Wisconsin resident shunned food and exercised excessively. Sometimes he'd do sit-ups and pushups for three hours before school. He ate little and shrank from 160 to an unhealthy 104 pounds. Over a six-year period, he was hospitalized four times. Grahl says he is now "completely recovered" from his eating disorder. They Aren't Just 'Women's Diseases' What do these men have in common? They all suffer from illnesses typically thought of as "women's diseases." Breast cancer, osteoporosis and eating disorders all occur in men, too, though their prevalence is much greater in the female population. As a result, many men, unaware that the diseases affect both sexes, may fail to recognize symptoms. Likewise, doctors and families often don't suspect these illnesses. This can delay therapy and make disorders difficult to treat.

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35. Untitled Document
The Academy for eating disorders (AED) is deeply concerned about the new FX The International Journal of eating disorders is available by individual or

36. The Sexual Competition Hypothesis For Eating Disorders
A hypothesis that suggests eating disorders stem from intense female intrasexual competition for mates.

37. ANAD - We Help Those Struggling With Eating Disorders - Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimi
eating disorders – ANAD helps those struggling with Anorexia, Bulimia, andCompulsive Overeating. We offer an information hotline, free support groups,


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We provide help for those struggling with Eating Disorders :
  • If you need help, please call the ANAD hotline, 847-831-3438 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, Central Time)
  • We offer hotline counseling, a national network of free support groups, referrals to health care professionals, and education and prevention programs to promote self-acceptance and healthy lifestyles.
  • All of our services are free of charge.
  • ANAD lobbies for state and national health insurance parity, undertakes and encourages research, fights dangerous advertising, and organizes advocacy campaigns to protect potential victims of eating disorders.
ANAD, PO Box 7, Highland Park, IL 60035 'ANAD was there for me when I never felt more lonely, scared or hopeless in my entire life. I discovered that recovery can be a reality, and was for me.' -Recovered young woman Many thanks to our generous sponsors: Delta Phi Epsilon
Starved A TV “sit-com” on the FX network called Starved shamelessly ridicules the problems of eating disorders. Write a letter and more.

38. 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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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.

39. PsychNet Mental Health
This site provides basic, concise information on depression, eating disorders, suicide, parenting and mental health disorders.
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40. Eating Disorders In A Disordered Culture
Online component of a public art project to raise awareness about eating disorders.Visitors can read from dozens of personal accounts, and add their own
"Eating Disorders in a Disordered Culture" provides a visual expression of the experience of eating disorders. This site combines textual narratives with powerful visual imagery to convey both the personal experience and the cultural pervasiveness of eating disorders. This site provides a place for people to interactively incorporate their own stories about eating disorders. Also included is a resource guide. An estimated 5 million to 8 million Americans suffer from eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and compulsive eating. Complications from anorexia and bulimia can lead to death.

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