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Teen boys’ eating disorders may focus on muscle gain, not weight loss

(Reuters Health) — Many people may mistakenly assume teen boys are not prone to eating disorders because their symptoms are different from what’s typically seen in girls and their focus is on building muscle rather than becoming impossibly thin, doctors warn. What many parents and pediatricians consider classic symptoms of adolescent eating disorders, like calorie… Read More »

Neuroimaging in Headache Disorders: When Is It Necessary? – Neurology Advisor

November 30, 2018 Share this content: The use of neuroimaging remains at the discretion of the clinician, necessitating more research to improve clinical understanding of headache disorders. The World Health Organization defines headache disorders as any illness characterized by frequent headaches, the most common being migraines, tension-type headaches, cluster headaches, and medication overuse headaches.1 In… Read More »