Group enhanced cognitive behavioral treatment is effective in reducing eating disorder psychopathology.
Veterans who experienced military sexual trauma are at higher risk for post-deployment eating disorders.
"Diabulimia" may or may not be associated with bulimia or any of its symptoms.
Nearly 15% of all gay men report dealing with anorexia or bulimia during their lifetime.
There is a bidirectional association between anorexia nervosa diagnosis and celiac disease in women.
Adolescents who met criteria for anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa were more likely to seek treatment than those with binge-eating disorder.
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