About Trisha

  • About Trisha Gura

    Trisha Gura is author of Lying in Weight: the Hidden Epidemic of Eating Disorders in Adult Women (Harper Collins, May 2007) and Body: the Complete Human (National Geographic, October 2007). She holds a PhD in molecular biology from Northwestern University and served as a staff reporter for the Chicago Tribune, where she covered the medicine and science beats... Read More

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    Lying In Weight
    Author: Trisha Gura
    order online at www.bulimia.com

    This groundbreaking new book explodes the myth that those who suffer from anorexia and bulimia are primarily teenage girls. No matter what the age of the person suffering, an eating disorder... Read More

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