Lawmakers Want Eating Disorders Included In The Health Care Reform

Some people in “high” places take conditions such as eating disorders and autism seriously lawmakers in North Dakota are working on hundreds of bills but one of their top priorities is the health care reform. These lawmakers are pushing for eating disorders and autism to be included.

Health is a Dominate Theme in ND

Health care is a dominate them among lawmakers in the state of North Dakota on Monday these lawmakers will make a presentation showing their resistance to the federal health care reform. Another bill will include the requirement of the state health department to establish a training program that would train and help heath care professionals to recognize the early signs of eating disorders. They will also be trained in intervention and of eating disorders.

Conclusion

Hopefully all the other states will follow suit and make their own bills when it comes to eating disorders. Eating disorders are a serious condition and should be treated as such.

Source: http://www.wday.com/event/article/id/43284/

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