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  • Bulimia Causes
    Biochemistry, genetics, and body image may all lead to a person developing bulimia. This portion of the eMedTV library explains that there is no single known cause of bulimia. More research is needed before causes can be determined with any certainty.
  • Bulimia Clinical Research
    Genetics, appetite control biology, and hormones are all topics of study in bulimia clinical research. This eMedTV Web page describes how this current research is being done in an attempt to better understand and treat bulimia.
  • Bulimia Statistics
    Bulimia statistics show that the condition is developing among females at younger ages than before. This eMedTV segment also provides information about how women are developing bulimia at older ages as well.
  • Bulimia Symptoms
    As this eMedTV article explains, someone with bulimia may have symptoms ranging from cycles of binging and purging to heart and dental problems. This Web page discusses other bulimia symptoms in detail, including information on their consequences.
  • Bulimia Teeth
    Dental problems due to bulimia can include cavities, gum disease, and teeth that look "clear." This part of the eMedTV library discusses specific teeth problems that might be experienced by a person who has bulimia.
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