Orthorexia Nervosa: The Healthoholic

In the last few decades, eating disorders have been on the rise worldwide. From Anorexia Nervosa to obesity, food has found a way to harm our bodies in various unique ways. As a result, it comes to no surprise that in 1997, another eating disorder arose: a disorder that conveniently falls in the middle of this eating spectrum, Orthorexia nervosa. Orthorexia nervosa is a condition defined by the unhealthy habit of solely consuming healthy foods. This article will explore the earliest diagnosis of this condition, its signs and symptoms, and its similarities and differences with other eating disorders.

Global Disparities in Treating Multimorbidities

In the twenty-first century, access to high-quality medical treatment depends on the socioeconomic status of a country. The higher the developmental status, the greater quality of medical treatment a citizen may expect to receive. This relationship can be used to analyze how multimorbidity treatment varies across the globe. Multimorbidities are defined as the coexistence of two or more chronic health conditions in an individual…