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Before anorexia, Maddy Rich (left) says she never thought she was the kind of person who would struggle with an eating disorder. She gets advice on recovery from Julia Sinn. Image Courtesy of Samantha Hackett; Elizabeth Birnbaum hide caption

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Fighting An Eating Disorder When It's 'Hard To Want To Get Better'

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An X-ray of electrodes implanted in the brain of a Parkinson's patient at the Cleveland Clinic. Now deep brain stimulation like this is being tried experimentally in a few patients with chronic, serious anorexia. AP hide caption

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Tailgaters enjoy the food before a Tennessee Titans-New Orleans Saints football game in 2007.

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Eating Meals With Men May Mean Eating Less

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