Researchers have identified a mechanism that allows the body to adapt to a low caloric intake and limits weight loss.
Genome wide analysis of anorexia identifies the common roots the disease shares with metabolic and psychiatric traits.
A new study reports that, even after extensive treatment and weight gain, the brains of those with anorexia may remain altered, leaving them at additional risk of relapse.
A small study suggests deep brain stimulation may be beneficial for improving mood and reducing anxiety while helping to increase weight in those with anorexia.
According to researchers, people with anorexia nervosa scored lowest on a test measuring their ability to form insight.
A new study reports on how the perceptual mechanisms in a person’s brain adapt in response to images of one’s own or other people’s bodies that have been manipulated to look thinner or fatter than they really are.
Researchers discover a control mechanism for neurons involved in hunger and eating disorders.