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Latest revision: 01 Jan 2009.

Information on Eating Disorders
A very good and detailed overview of eating disorders, incidence and treatment.

Addiction and the Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders are similar to drug addiction in increasing circulation of ß-endorphins that are chemically identical to exogenous opiates. Cached.

Eating Disorders and Addiction
Discusses the similarities and differences between eating disorders and drug addiction. Cached.

Pathological Obesity and Drug Addiction Share Common Brain Characteristics
Reduced dopamine may contribute to both obesity and drug abuse according to a study reported in The Lancet.

Bulimia Nervosa
Symptoms, Epidemiology, Etiology, Assessment, Treatment, by Micah Orliss.

Exercise Calories
How many calories are burnt by exercising?

Personality Characteristics
of Females Seeking Treatment for Obesity, Bulimia Nervosa and Alcoholic Disorders by Gunborg Palme and Jacob Palme

Electronic Health Information: A boon and a curse!
Health data on the Internet is valuable for research and medical practice, but has a risk of undue invasion of privacy. By Crystal Sharp, Free Pint Issue 90. Cached.

Eating Disorders May Cluster in Families
family-genetic influences play an important role in determining susceptibility to eating disorders. Cached

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