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(Eating Disorders)
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  • Neurolocalization of taste disorders. [Journal Article]
    Handb Clin Neurol 2019; 164:303-323Bromley SM
  • Neurolocalization of taste disorders requires a knowledge of the functional anatomy involved in mediating taste information from the peripheral mucosal surfaces through numerous peripheral cranial nerves to complex subcortical and cortical brain regions. Our understanding of this functional anatomy has advanced in recent years. Taste is an experience that is both innate and learned, and the "tast…
  • The association between dietary insulin index and load with psychological disorders. [Journal Article]
    Br J Nutr 2019; :1-31Anjom-Shoae J, Keshteli AH, … Adibi P
  • The current study was carried out to determine whether Dietary insulin index (DII) and Dietary insulin load (DIL) are related to psychological disorders in a cross-sectional study among adults. A total of 3172 Iranian adults (age range of 18-55 years) were included. Data on dietary intakes were collected using a validated dish-based 106-item semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire. DII and…
  • Public Health Aspects in the Prevention and Control of Vitamin Deficiencies. [Review]
    Curr Dev Nutr 2019; 3(9):nzz075Darnton-Hill I
  • Vitamin deficiencies remain major etiological factors in the global burden of disease, especially in low- and middle-income countries. The purpose of this state-of-the-art review was to update current information on deficiencies of vitamins and public health approaches to addressing them. Some stages of life present a higher risk of deficiency than others: risks are higher in pregnant women, chil…
  • Exploring the Link Between Emotional Child Abuse and Anorexia Nervosa: A Psychopathological Correlation. [Review]
    Cureus 2019; 11(8):e5318Rai T, Mainali P, … Rutkofsky I
  • Eating disorders (ED) are well known psychiatric disorders associated with dysregulated eating behaviors and related thoughts and emotions. Common eating disorders are bulimia nervosa (BN), anorexia nervosa (AN), and binge eating disorders (BED). There is an active link between child abuse and eating disorders, emotional child abuse being the important subtype of CA and has a strong comorbid psyc…
  • Recent advances in therapies for eating disorders. [Review]
    F1000Res 2019; 8Davis LE, Attia E
  • Eating disorders are serious psychiatric illnesses with high rates of morbidity and mortality. Effective treatments have traditionally included behaviorally focused therapies as well as several medication strategies. Recent years have seen promising developments in these treatments, including additional support for family-based approaches for children and adolescents, new evidence for "third-wave…
  • Estimation of Eating Disorders Prevalence by Age and Associations With Mortality in a Simulated Nationally Representative US Cohort. [Journal Article]
    JAMA Netw Open 2019; 2(10):e1912925Ward ZJ, Rodriguez P, … Long MW
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this simulation modeling study, the estimated lifetime prevalence of ED was high, with approximately 1 in 7 male and 1 in 5 female individuals having an ED by age 40 years. The initial onset of EDs was highly concentrated during adolescence and young adulthood, suggesting that this is a critical period for prevention efforts. However, the high estimated prevalence of recurring ED later in life highlights the importance of identification and treatment of ED at older ages as well. These findings suggest that increasing treatment coverage could substantially reduce ED-related mortality.
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