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Pediatric hospitalists created guidelines for treating patients with eating disorders.
BOSTON – It’s time to view obesity as a chronic disease with complications that may need medical therapy.
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A longitudinal study of adolescents suggests that disordered eating may precede depressive symptoms and poor peer relations.
TAMPA, FLA. – Low-calorie diets “lead to tryptophan depletion and decreased serotonin levels in the brain,” says Dr. Allan S. Kaplan.
Pediatricians should consider testing young children with a family history of celiac disease if there are concerns.
Psychiatrists and palliative care specialists say certain patients with severe persistent mental illness deserve more palliative care options.
For patients who meet criteria for binge eating and who express a desire to lose weight, do drugs top cognitive-behavioral therapy?
SAN DIEGO – The study findings point to the importance of seeking civil commitment early in the course of illness in patients with anorexia...