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Dachel Media Update: An Anorexic Comparison from the Unfunny Baron-Cohen by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Aug 2013 12:00am By Anne Dachel Read Anne's comments after the jump. August 6, 2013, Huffington: Girls With Anorexia Show Characteristics Of Autism, Study Finds August 6, 2013, Fox News: Anorexic girls also have autistic traits, study finds August 6, 2013, Mercola.com: The Witch Hunt of Jenny McCarthy for Talking About Vaccines ... Read on »
Eating with my eyes by Angela E. Gambrel Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 4:57pm I have been eating with my eyes. I am a stalker. I have been lurking around several blogs written by women recovered from anorexia, in which they post pics and describe the foods they are now enjoying. I feast my eyes on the pictures, drinking in the bowls of fresh oats, almond butter and bananas mixed together; the fresh bread spread with ... Read on »
The Anorexic Parade by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:05pm Okay, so you know how I was whining about being bored? Spoke a little too soon on that one. I got a 2-3 page list of "Recommended Summer Reading" for my writing program. Woo- hoo ! So I went to the library yesterday afternoon on my way to the post office (Rio, that was for you ;) and grabbed a stack of ... Read on »
Training Goals by Kristy W. Facebook Posted Thu 17 Feb 2011 7:00am Sunday morning at the gym I stopped to talk to Allan about Ricardo Ricco. Allan was a runner in the 1974 Olympics, so he and I occasionally chat about Olympic athletes pitfalls and stupid moves. I met him shortly after I joined the club, someone was saying something about me in a joking way, and he looked right at them and said "Kristy? She' ... Read on »
WIAW: the “no sweets” challenge by Antonia U. Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 11:00pm Although it’s WIAW I would like to do things a bit differently today. The pictures you see in this post are some of the things I ate this weekend. But I’d like to focus on giving you an update on my “no sweets” challenge. I’ll fill you in if you don’t know about it yet. Pin It My Weekday Breakfast: Super Yummy Overni ... Read on »
The Dreaded Anorexic BMI Argument by recoveringanorexic Posted Wed 15 May 2013 2:12am Whenever I see someone on Tumblr, or any other site, say just because they don’t fit the weight criterion for anorexia doesn’t meant they aren’t anorexic, I’m quick to whip out the actual medical diagnosis for the illness in order to correct them. The debate differs on what weight actually qualifies under the diagnosis. Some say it’s having ... Read on »
Crazy Colleen: The OTHER bulimia by Dina S. Posted Thu 07 Apr 2011 10:03am by Colleen Baker, mental health blogger Lately I’ve been on an exercise kick, trying to make it to the gym at least once a day in preparation for my summer vacation. Just getting there for 40 minutes or so has been enough for me, but being so health conscious has been awakening strange memories from my past. I wanted to use this w ... Read on »
How's your insula today, dear? by Laura Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:04pm Insula, insula... sounds like a flavor of ice cream. Or an elegant brand of shoes. But maybe it is a word worth remembering? Recent research on the way the anorexic brain - even after recovery - perceives food is worth checking out. (Abstract is free. Full text available online for a fee.) The paper, p ... Read on »
Anorexic girls also have autistic traits, study finds by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 06 Aug 2013 8:11pm By Kate KellandLONDON (Reuters) - Scientists studying girls with the eating disorder anorexia have found they show a mild echo of the characteristics of autism - a finding which could point to new ways of helping anorexics overcome their illness.A study by the leading autism expert Simon Baron-Cohen at Cambridge University's Autism Rese ... Read on »
Anorexic Girls Also Have Autistic Traits, Study Finds by Medline Plus Posted Mon 05 Aug 2013 6:10pm Scientists studying girls with the eating disorder anorexia have found they show a mild echo of the characteristics of autism - a finding which could point to new ways of helping anorexics overcome their illness. Source: Reuters Health Related MedlinePlus Pages: Autism , Eating Disorders Read on »