There are eating issues attached to self perception and culture and there are other things. For me, I was near death several times because I was on 13 massive doses of pdrugs and I would FORGET to eat; then the iatrogenic effects of all those drugs coursing through my frail little 80 pound body would cause my mind to start looking askance at the entire process; thinking, perhaps, like a flower might think, these skinbags we have that require nearly constant processing of nutrients in quite an unsightly manner; watching people chewing, chewing, chewing with vast, arrogant amusement. Back in the day, I would become so weak & ill I would show up at ERs begging for treatment – after shoring me up with IV fluids, physical facilities kicked me to the curb for thinking incorrectly and psych facilities would not take on the liability. Its just one more example of how our rules, regulations & laws are all in place for the good of industry and not us; diagnosis primarily serves the reimbursement process and NOT US. But yeah, iatrogenic thinking, not on the list here. OH and hey admin: when you set this article up for printing, Jo’s name disappears ENTIRELY. Since you are a (fabulous, important, I love you) science-driven site I would imagine you might want to have software that shows multiple authors, yes?