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  • Pica (genus) - Wikipedia a pica Management of pica for which a medical cause is not identified generally involves taking measures to remove from the environment non-food items that cats may show a preference for ingesting, feeding a well-balanced and complete diet, offering acceptable alternatives for chewing/swallowing, reducing stress by establishing a routine for feeding
  • Pica | definition of pica by Medical dictionary a pica Pica refers to eating or mouthing non-edible items, such as stones, dirt, metal, faeces. The reason a person on the autism spectrum might experience pica could …
  • Pica - definition of pica by The Free Dictionary a pica Cats with pica may eat a wide variety of items, including plastic, wood, rubber, wool, paper, and items of clothing; and while a number of potential causes, including boredom, premature separation from the queen, anxiety, nutritional deficiencies, and obsessive-compulsive disorder have been proposed, no definitive cause has been identified.
  • Pica (disorder) - Wikipedia Pica is the genus of seven species of birds in the family Corvidae in both the New World and the Old. The genus Pica was introduced by the French zoologist Mathurin Jacques Brisson in 1760.
  • Pica | National Eating Disorders Association Some young kids have the eating disorder pica, which is characterized by cravings to eat nonfood items.
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  • PicaPicaHK – SPANISH TAPAS BAR People with the disorder pica compulsively eat items that have no nutritional value. An affected person might eat relatively harmless items, such as ice. Or they might eat potentially dangerous
  • Pica (Eating Disorder): Treatments, Causes, Symptoms Pica: Causes, Common Cravings and Risks During Pregnancy. Pica is the practice of craving substances with little or no nutritional value. Most pregnancy and pica related cravings involve non-food substances such as dirt or chalk.
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  • Pica | Definition of Pica at a pica an abnormal appetite or craving for substances that are not fit to eat, as chalk or clay, common in malnutrition, pregnancy, etc.
  • PICA - What does PICA stand for? The Free Dictionary Pica is an eating disorder that involves eating items that are not typically thought of as food and that do not contain significant nutritional value, such as hair, dirt, and paint chips.
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