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  • Deaths of five women with eating disorders linked by coroner amid growing anorexia crisis in UK

    Deaths of five women with eating disorders linked by coroner amid growing anorexia crisis in UK0

    A Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) briefing report published in April, noted that the local eating disorder service for adults had experienced “significant difficulties” in recruiting staff, meaning that the threshold for referrals was raised. Patients awaiting treatment at the time, some of whom were deemed “priority” cases, were simply given a podcast

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  • Successful Support for Parents of Anorexia patients

    Successful Support for Parents of Anorexia patients0

    Anorexia nervosa is one of the most severe psychiatric diseases in female adolescents. Its origin is co-conditional on a series of biological and genetic factors and must be treated in its early stages. In the process, not only the patients themselves, but also the personal environment experiences psychological stress, which can influence the healing process.

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  • Could Electrotherapy Help Treat Anorexia Nervosa?

    Could Electrotherapy Help Treat Anorexia Nervosa?0

    Electrotherapy is already being used to treat a range of health ailments from migraine to depression and even potentially dementia.  Here we talk to Anorexia expert Dr Lorna Richards, Consultant Psychiatrist at the Priory Hospital Woking about how we could help people with the eating disorder Anorexia Nervosa: Do you think electrotherapy (deep brain stimulation)

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  • Health round up – Parkinson’s, autism & anorexia, vitamin D and more!

    Health round up – Parkinson’s, autism & anorexia, vitamin D and more!0

    If you’ve not had time this week (1 March 2019) to read the health news, we’ve summarised some of the key stories for you. Radical Parkinson’s treatment Researchers have tested a radical treatment for people with Parkinson’s. The treatment delivers a drug directly to the brain. However, it’s too early to say whether this treatment

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