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Bulimia is an eating disorder. It mostly affects girls and women aged 15-30 years. The word has a Latin Greek origin and means wolf hunger. It is characterized by bouts of overeating and subsequent disease weight control. They achieve this by vomiting, but also by other mechanisms.