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January 10, 2006

Lindsay Lohan Denies Vanity Fair Bulimia Statement

In a statement obtained by TEEN PEOPLE, Lindsay Lohan is denying claims made in February's Vanity Fair cover story that she had an eating disorder last spring. "The words that I gave to the writer for Vanity Fair were misused and misconstrued, and I'm appalled with the way it was done," Lohan, 19, wrote in an e-mail dated January 9. (

January 04, 2006

Lindsey Lohan Admits Bulimia and Drugs

While Lindsay Lohan, admitted to a Miami hospital Monday night after suffering a severe asthma attack, is now "resting comfortably," a source close to the actress tells PEOPLE, an explosive interview with the Mean Girls star is set to hit newsstands Wednesday – lifting the curtain on her self-confessed bulimia, drug use and emotional wreckage over her relationships with her volatile father and her first boyfriend, Wilmer Valderrama. (People News)

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March 23, 2005

Terri Schiavo Brings Awareness to Bulimia

Terri Schiavo's husband, Michael Schiavo, claims his wife suffered from bulimia that led to a dangerous potassium deficiency which in turn caused heart failure. Terri's parents and some of her friends say they doubt Terri suffered from bulimia and that nobody knows what caused her 1990 collapse. Whether she struggled with bulimia or not, her case has shed light on the very real dangers that people suffering from bulimia face.

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February 22, 2005

Jamie Lynn DiScala Opens Up About Bulimia

Jamie Lynn DiScala spoke about her battle with bulimia as part of the “Celebrating Our Bodies Week” at Duke University. DiScala, who shot to stardom on HBO's The Sopranos, began to turn things around when producers warned she'd be cut from the show if she didn't get help. Since her recovery, DiScala has been an outspoken voice for eating disorder awareness.

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October 02, 2004

Eating Disorders in Men, Early Overeating Could Lead to Bulimia

"One of every 10 people with an eating disorder who comes to the attention of mental health professionals is male, according to the National Eating Disorders Association."

"Excessive eating and piling on the pounds when young could be warning signs that children will develop bulimia as adults."

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