(1) Yet, her arms were so thin and bony that Sandra was reminded of the anorexic girl from her math class, the one that dreamed of being a ballerina, but later on had to be hospitalized for her food disorder.(2) Amazingly tall and thin, but not anorexic in the way that some of the papers would have us all believe, she oozes charm from every pore, holding court beside the director of the film Anthony Minghella.(3) The original had a thin premise and an anorexic plot, but delivered brilliantly choreographed fight scenes and downplayed gun violence.(4) Women with bulimic or anorexic female relatives are four to five times more likely to develop the disorder, and twin studies reveal that the genetic risk factor may be as high as 58 percent.(5) It is not even precipitate to say that our chances of European qualification are slim, going on anorexic .(6) A group treatment program was designed for anorexic clients attending a multidisciplinary, outpatient eating disorders clinic in a general hospital.(7) Meanwhile, one group of patients continues to worry clinicians and researchers: adults with anorexia, estimated to make up about 35 percent of anorexic patients.(8) When it came to anorexic or bulimic girls, I wouldn't book them until they got better.(9) When I was at college there was a girl who went around telling everyone that she was anorexic .(10) In the case of an anorexic patient, the guardian would approve resuscitation and psychiatric interventions.(11) Earlier at the hospital, we were informed that Samantha had been anorexic and bulimic.(12) Massage reduced anxiety in depressed children and anorexic women.(13) She raised one of those pointlessly anorexic cigarettes to her pouting lips and leaned in closer to me.(14) Looking at contexts where lightness is celebrated in music, literature and the arts one writer suggests anorexic behaviour is more than a pattern of psychiatric symptoms.(15) Families are distressed by the anorexic behavior, which resists both entreaties and threats.(16) Dr Bratman believes that people who are obsessed with eating ‘healthily’ have a real problem, and should be taken as seriously as an anorexic or bulimic.