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Year Number of Results
1913 1
1928 1
1930 1
1932 1
1936 1
1939 1
1941 1
1957 2
1959 1
1960 2
1961 2
1962 7
1963 3
1964 19
1965 83
1966 127
1967 213
1968 277
1969 507
1970 517
1971 998
1972 1539
1973 4435
1974 30120
1975 37794
1976 39119
1977 40171
1978 39400
1979 39240
1980 40173
1981 38735
1982 36387
1983 42467
1984 43030
1985 44034
1986 45502
1987 46040
1988 47035
1989 46728
1990 44508
1991 36976
1992 33017
1993 31584
1994 30055
1995 28901
1996 28523
1997 29271
1998 29568
1999 27961
2000 29849
2001 30053
2002 31394
2003 32929
2004 33803
2005 35669
2006 36739
2007 36669
2008 37158
2009 36545
2010 36047
2011 35042
2012 33922
2013 31129
2014 25748
2015 19596
2016 5271
2017 1268
2018 1421
2019 4304
2020 1740
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[No authors listed] Epidemiol Serv Saude 2016. PMID 27869939 Portuguese. Free article.
[Bulimia Nervosa]
Illana Álvarez A and Rodríguez Garvín J. Rev Enferm 2017. PMID 30272430 Spanish.
The abundance of food, some very attractive, together with the social "order" of having to be slim to be accepted, originates very complicated internal situations that lead predisposed people to develop an eating disorder. In concrete, bulimia nervosa is a disorder nobody spoke about three decades ago, and there are only some detailed references about it in the last 80 years. ...
The abundance of food, some very attractive, together with the social "order" of having to be slim to be accepted, originates very co …
[Pharmacological treatment of obesity]
Ferreira-Hermosillo A, et al. Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2018. PMID 30521744 Spanish.
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