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Sketchers Shape Ups Kim Kardashian Marketing Shoes to girls as young as 7 Know the Age for the test KNOW FOR TEST
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Eating Disorders - what are eating disorders? anorexia nervosa bulimia nervosa - Symptoms/characteristics - Treatment - Support
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Role of the media
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True or False Anorexia and bulimia are lifestyle choices Anorexia and bulimia are lifestyle choices not medical conditions not medical conditions FALSE!!!!!
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Anorexia Nervosa - Nervous loss of appetite Suppress urge to eat Fear of becoming fat 20 % below ideal body weight
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Common characteristics of Anorexia 1 % of population – ages 12-25 Below normal body weight Typically female - Caucasian Middle to upper class Denial Highly intelligent/ Perfectionists Low self esteem need approval from others
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Causes of anorexia : Psychological factors - low-self esteem, perfectionist -depression, anxiety, anger -lack of control Society factors -media, pressure to be thin Interpersonal factors - difficulty expressing emotions -history of sexual and/or physical abuse Biological factors - brain chemicals
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The Media
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Unhealthy Healthy
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