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Anorexia nervosa

the NHS website

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder and mental health condition that can be life-threatening. People with anorexia try to keep their weight as low as possible, usually by restricting the amount of food they eat. They often have a distorted ...

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Anorexia Nervosa

Patient UK

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder. A person with anorexia nervosa deliberately loses weight and often finds that food dominates their life. The weight loss may become severe and life-threatening.

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Eating disorder in young people: for parents and teachers

Royal College of Psychiatrists (The)

This is one in a series of leaflets for parents, teachers and young people entitled Mental Health and Growing Up. The aims of these leaflets are to provide practical, up-to-date information about mental health problems (emotional, behavioural and psy...

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Eating disorders

Royal College of Psychiatrists (The)

We all have different eating habits. There are a large number of 'eating styles' which can allow us to stay healthy. However, there are some which are driven by an intense fear of becoming fat and which actually damage our health. These are called 'e...

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Eating disorders

the NHS website

Eating disorders are characterised by an abnormal attitude towards food that causes someone to change their eating habits and behaviour.

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Health Conditions that could affect your driving

Directgov

The law requires you to tell the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) about any condition that may affect your ability to drive safely. If you are involved in an accident and it is found that your health condition was a contributing factor, you...

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Unintentional weight loss

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Sudden, noticeable weight loss can happen after a stressful event, although it can also be a sign of a serious illness. It's normal to lose a noticeable amount of weight after the stress of changing jobs, divorce, redundancy or bereavement. Wei...

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