Why do mostly young people diet until they are skin and bones? What are anorexia's early warning signs, and what therapies are available to treat it?
US scientists have found out that the impaired mice lose a significant portion of their body weight - and not because they eat less. The study's head researcher calls it one of his lab's "most interesting discoveries."
Do you know what symptoms a patient with bipolar disorder would exhibit? Do you know what borderline syndrome is? On World Mental Health Day, we outline some of the diseases and conditions that affect the mind.
Many people believe that synthetic sweeteners will help them lose weight. But it turns out that one common substitute for sugar actually blocks the function of an enzyme that is essential for preventing obesity.
Ever come home from a night of drinking and desperately craved French fries or pizza? Researchers say they have found the underlying mechanism: Alcohol makes your brain think you are starving.
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