Anorexia Nervosa is a ingesting disorder that majorly affects the adolescents. The disease is related to severe health complications such as hypotension and hypoglycaemia. Signs and signs and symptoms of the disease may fail to appear in some girls aged between 16 and 25 years. Since it appears in adolescence stage, it may additionally potentially cause infertility, reduced bone increase and stunted growth. The audience need to see some difference between these three articles. Some will want to understand the risk factors related with anorexia. Others will need to understand the impacts of the sickness while some may need to apprehend management of the condition. The audience is interested in one-of-a-kind aspects of the disease. The field of study captured by the three articles include social sciences, humanities and natural sciences. For proper understanding of each, we will discuss these three articles.
The first of these articles is one written by Debra K. Katzman which summarizes the evidence of medical complications and common treatments to adolescents. The article is categorised under natural sciences since these complications are biological occurrences (Debra, 2). It gives recent literature of anorexia related complications. The article simply suggests that the complications related to anorexia in adolescents are not the same as those in adults. The article indicates the early onset is presentable ad can be detected and treatment can be initiated. The key words utilised in this article is medical complications, adolescents and anorexia.
The second article is by Elizabeth N. Hampton. It simply focuses on epidemiological and etiological study of anorexia nervosa. The study mainly investigates the role of modern western society and media influence to development of the health condition (Elizabeth, 1). Body image disturbance is considered as the central feature of disease pathology. This article is therefore categorised under the humanities The article attributes the growth of anorexia nervosa to media portrayal of women bodies since these people have body image concerns. Etiology of the disease according to this article is due to media influence. The key words used in this case include media, body image, advertising, and anorexia. The article gives origin to the health condition by clearly stating its due to mind body dualism. The article majorly focuses on the complications of the disease and nothing else. It does not give the first account of the disease. However, all the complications are those related to adolescents.
The third article is authored by Randi H. Epstein and is about social sciences. The article is about Magie Hodgin who was in constant struggle of losing weight since she was a teenager (Randi, 1). It was only after reaching 40 years that her weight dropped. Hodgin’s disorder started when she was not able to consume 200 calories of meal, and if she did then she would be forced to vomit. The author sticks to how different stages present different problems to the persons suffering from the condition. According to Randi, persons suffering from anorexia nervosa have binge eating disorder and might be presented with obesity. The current manifestation that older women in eating disorder clinics is not due to failed treatment but it’s a clear indication that anorexia can appear at any stage of life. According to the article, etiology of the disease is not explained as its not clear what causes the health condition.
Debra K. Katzman. Medical Complications in Adolescents with Anorexia
Nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2005. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/eat20118/pdf
Elizabeth Hopton . “Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescent Girls: A Culture-Bound Disorder
of Western Society? Social Cosmos, 2011 http://socialcosmos.library.uu.nl/index.php/sc/article/view/36/32
Randi Hutter Epstein. “When Eating Disorders Strike in Midlife” The New York Times,
July. 2009. http://www.nytimes.com/ref/health/healthguide/esn-eating-disorders-ess.html