Created by dipity on Oct 21, 2009
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...it is a little tired, not to mention triggering. She approaches her subject seriously, but coverage of "new" eating disorders (pregorexia, drunkorexia) can make them sound sort of like fads. As Jezebel's Jennifer once wrote, "Anorexia is out and orthorexia...
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Figured I would let you guys know a bit about my thoughts on certain subjects and give you a little bit of an update on how I am. Topics in the title. I hope you're all doing well ED sufferer or not.
Dr. Hetal Gor on Eating disorders in Pregnancy
...from gaining a single ounce during pregnancy. These extreme mums-to-be are suffering from a condition that has become known as pregorexia. Why put yourself through the weight-loss wringer? As usual, you can blame celebs for being bad role models. Images of...
...pregnant. Most women are fine, and realize that gaining weight is just a part of the cycle. But in other cases, the result is “pregorexia,” a rare disorder in which pregnant women starve themselves and over-exercise. This week, Maggie Baumann, the pregorexia...
Megyn Kelly talked about 'pregorexia' and shares her own thoughts about body image as a pregnant woman.
Dr Deutsch talks with Megan Kelly, about a new phenomenon labeled pregorexia. A dangerous habit of starving oneself while pregnant. The risks include fetal death, birth defects, and chronic medical conditions. Learn how much weight gain is normal in pregnancy and what signs to look for that YOU may be pregorexic
... Maggie gained just 13 pounds during that pregnancy. The intense media focus "baby bumps" and "body after baby" can fuel pregorexia. "Most people do not look like that when they get pregnant. They get swollen and they waddle," said Baumann. "More and...
Me talking about random news articles I found because I haven't made a video in a long time and feel bad. Warning! This vid. has a bit of a sxephil feel to it. TT Articles:: www.cbsnews.com www.cbsnews.com
Dr. Holly Phillips explains to Maggie Rodriguez the symptoms of abusing diet and exercise during pregnancy, a condition labeled "Pregorexia."
NEW YORK (CBS) ―
Some women get so obsessed with keeping their weight in check while pregnant that they go overboard on dieting and exercise and put their baby's health at some risk, experts say.
And some of those women may get started on