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(eating disorder)
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  • Naegleria Fowleri: sources of infection, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management; a review. [Review]
    Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 2019Jahangeer M, Mahmood Z, … Zainab R
  • Naegleria fowleri,athermophilic flagellateamoeba known as "brain-eating" amoeba, is the etiologicalagent of perilous and devastating waterborne disease known asPrimary amoebicmeningoencephalitis (PAM) both in human as well as in animals.PAM is a rare but fatal disease affecting young adults all around the world,particularlyin the developed worldbut recentlyreported from developing countries, with…
  • Development of the Ottawa Disordered Eating Screen for Youth: The ODES-Y. [Journal Article]
    J Pediatr 2019Obeid N, Norris ML, … Goldfield GS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings suggest that the index test has utility as a short and accurate screening tool for earlier detection of disordered eating thoughts and behaviors in youth. Additional research is needed to best determine how the index test can be administered to youth across various health care, school, public health, and surveillance settings in clinically sensitive pragmatic ways.
  • Effects of parental mental illness on children's physical health: systematic review and meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
    Br J Psychiatry 2019; :1-10Pierce M, Hope HF, … Abel KM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Children of parents with mental disorder have health disadvantages; however, the evidence base is limited to risks for offspring following postnatal depression in mothers and there is little focus on fathers in the literature. Understanding the physical health risks of these vulnerable children is vital to improving lives. Future work should focus on discovering mechanisms linking physical and mental health across generations.
  • Negative psychological correlates of the pursuit of muscularity among women. [Journal Article]
    Int J Eat Disord 2019Cunningham ML, Szabo M, … Griffiths S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings make a novel contribution to the scant literature by demonstrating that women who endorse attitudes and/or behaviors geared toward attaining the female muscular ideal may be susceptible to experiencing ED symptoms and negative emotional states. This study provides preliminary evidence that muscularity-oriented attitudes, in particular, may be a promising target for the treatment of EDs and negative emotional states in women with a preoccupation toward muscularity.
  • Introduction to a special issue on eating disorders and related symptomatology in male populations. [Editorial]
    Int J Eat Disord 2019Murray SB, Griffiths S, Lavender JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The diverse range of samples, methodologies, and research questions addressed within this collection of papers demonstrates the breadth of the important scientific work on this topic. As eating disorders and related symptoms in male populations continue to be underrecognized and underserved, we hope that this special issue will encourage further high-quality clinical research in this area.
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