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ANAAnaheim (Amtrak station code; Anaheim, CA)
ANAAmerican Nurses Association
ANAAnaheim Angels (baseball team)
ANAAfghan National Army
ANAAll Nippon Airways (Japanese airline company & ICAO code)
ANAAnalog
ANAAnorexia
ANAAmerican Numismatic Association
ANAanesthesia
ANAA New Approach (womens clothing brand)
ANAaverage net assets
ANAAdministración Nacional de Aduanas (Spanish: National Customs Administration; Argentina)
ANAArmy and Navy Academy
ANAAssociation of National Advertisers
ANAAgencia Nacional de Aguas (Brazil)
ANAAntinuclear Antibody
ANAAlsace Nord Athlétisme (French: Northern Alsace Athletics; Alsace, France)
ANAAnaphylaxis
ANAAnnual National Assessment (South Africa)
ANAAdministration de la Navigation Aérienne (French: Administration of Air Navigation; Luxembourg)
ANAAssociation of Nigerian Authors
ANAAssociation of Naval Aviation
ANAActive Network Abstraction (Cisco)
ANAAthens News Agency
ANAAtkins Nutritional Approach (weight control)
ANAAssociazione Nazionale Alpini (Italy; National Organization of Mountain Police)
ANAAustralian Natives Association
ANAAutomatic Network Analyzer
ANAAmerican Neurological Association
ANAAnaphylactoid
ANAAdministration for Native Americans (US Government)
ANAAppraisers National Association
ANAArizona Newspapers Association
ANAActive Network Abstraction
ANAand with Accumulator
ANAa Non Acronym
ANAAdaptive Network Architecture
ANAAlliance for Nuclear Accountability
ANAAuthorised Neutral Athlete (Russian athletic category)
ANAAnticardiolipin Antibody
ANAAeroportos e Navegação Aérea (Portuguese Airports)
ANAAcoustic Neuroma Association
ANAAnguilla National Alliance
ANAAmerican Nutraceutical Association
ANAAmerican National Anthem
ANAArticle Number Association
ANAAntinuclear Antibodies Test
ANAAutomatic Number Announcement
ANAAnnual Needs Assessment
ANAAmerican Nyckelharpa Association
ANAAmerican Negro Academy
ANAArchives Network of Alberta (database)
ANAAssociation des Naturalistes de l'Ariège (French: Ariege Association of Naturalists; Ariege, France)
ANAActive Network Architecture
ANAAir Force/Navy/Army
ANAAsociacion Nuestros Ahijados (Antigua, Guatemala, Central America)
ANAAl-Noor Academy (Massachusetts)
ANAAverage Number of Ancestors
ANAAsociacion Nacional Automovilistica (Spanish: National Automobile Association; Mexico)
ANAAdvanced Nursing Assistant
ANAAlabama Nurserymen's Association
ANAAdvanced Network Analyst
ANAAdvanced Networks Applications
ANAAppropriated but Not Authorized (Army Budget)
ANAAdiabatic Nuclei Approximation
ANAAnother New Acronym
ANAAmazon Nation Alliance
ANAATC Network Administrator
ANAAutoshift Neutral Actuator
ANAAnne Noonan and Associates (Gatineau, QB, Canada)
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ANOREXIA NERVOSA--A PSYCHO-MEDICAL, INTERNALISED FEMALE PHENOMENON
Caption: Some young restrictive eating patients do not meet the definition of anorexia.
For instance, there is orthorexia, in which patients become obsessively preoccupied with eating healthy foods, eventually morphing into anorexia.
Some data suggest that men account for about 10% of patients with anorexia, but they probably make up more like 25% because of underreporting and misdiagnosis.
There is some research on medications such as olanzapine and anxiolytics for treating anorexia.
Los investigadores hicieron dos estudios, el primero, publicado en la revista Psychoneuroendocrinology, refiere que se administro una dosis de oxitocina a 31 pacientes con anorexia y 33 voluntarlos sanos.
La encuesta de anorexia utilizada tiene correlacion con la variacion de peso en las semanas previas.
Anorexia has a negative effect on every organ in the body because the cells are starving for nutrition.
For an initial "discovery" study in 334 subjects, the researchers catalogued the variants of a large set of genes that had already been linked to feeding behavior or had been flagged in previous anorexia studies.
People with anorexia try to keep their weight as low as possible, usually by restricting the amount of food they eat.
Scientists know that anorexia tends to run in families, but they have not been able to identify the genes that contribute to the disorder.
Anorexia kills at least 10% of its victims, and it has a negative impact on the lives of many more (Crow et al.