COBBERS ON THE BRAIN Endocannabinoid Manipulation: A New Frontier in Psychotherapy
Last Monday in class we read an article detailing the research of the use of endocannabinoids in the treatment of certain psychiatric disorders. Before we begin it is important that y0u understand wha... Posted on 10/1/12 at 11:44 AM
Rob hated to run. But he hated to stop even more.
That’s when his disparaging inner voice, the one that had belittled him since seventh grade, would emerge. If he didn’t keep going, it said, he was going to get fat. He would never have the shredded abs that taunted him from every fitness magazine. He would be just a regular guy — not the superman he felt driven to become.
Increasingly popular online culture glorifies eating disorders Images of bony hipbones, concave stomachs, and quotes like “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” are popping up on social networks. The images are part of a new Internet phenomenon — “Thinspiration” — that young women with eating disorders are using to support their unhealthy lifestyles.
More than half a million U.S. teens have had an eating disorder but few have sought treatment for the problem, government research shows.
, March 07, 2011
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