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Anorexia in China: Same, But Different
What's on Weibo (press release) (blog)
Various studies over the past years have established that there are differences between Western countries and China in how anorexia develops with regards to patients' preoccupations concerning appearance and body image. In “The Myth of Chinese Barbies ...

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The Indian Express

Phobia of Irregular Hole Patterns May be Tied to Disgust, Not Fear
PsychCentral.com
Trypophobia is traditionally known as a fear of irregular patterns or clusters of small holes or bumps, such as those of a honeycomb, strawberry seeds, or even aerated chocolate. However, based on the findings of a new study, researchers at Emory ...
Trypophobia Might Be More Than Being Afraid Of Holes, According To New ResearchBustle
Pupillometry reveals the physiological underpinnings of the aversion to holes [PeerJ]PeerJ

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NDTV

Children With Asthma and Diabetes Can Trigger Anxiety Disorder: Study
NDTV
... could be at a risk of developing anxiety disorders warns a new study. According to the study published in journal of BMJ Open, signs of metal disorder were remarkably prevalent in children who were found to be suffering from chronic physical ...

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Medical Xpress

WHO gaming addiction classification an important step for treatment, says expert
Medical Xpress
In a 2011 study published in Pediatrics, Gentile and his colleagues found gaming addiction is comorbid with other mental disorders, such as depression, anxiety, social phobias and ADHD. The study tracked more than 3,000 children over the course of two ...
WHO | International Classification of Diseases - World Health OrganizationWorld Health Organization
Gaming addiction classified as disorder by WHOBBC News

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