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A special collection of current clinical work and issues surrounding eating disorders—specifically comorbidity, prevalence in men, and mortality.

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A 20-year-old college sophomore with “depression and anxiety,” who is exercising ferociously and who is literally dying to lose more weight sets the stage.

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Eating disorders are still thought of as a “female problem.” But 25% of those with anorexia and 36% of those with bulimia are males.

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You must assess the presenting problem and identify the appropriate diagnostic code needed for insurance billing. But diagnosis is complicated. Help here.

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More social media use was associated with more depression in this study. Findings suggest that clinicians need to ask about social media use by people who are depressed.

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When timely psychiatric care or consultation is difficult or impossible to obtain, telepsychiatry may be an acceptable, economical, and effective alternative.

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