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Recent Study Shows Anorexic’s Have Fat Cells Stored In Their Bone Marrow

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New Study Indicates Eating Disorders May Be Linked To TV Watching

In a recent study performed at Harvard medical school uncovered that some girls end up with their eating disorder as a result of watching television. It was also reported that several girls with eating disorders who did not have access to a television picked up the habit from their friends who did. The Study Researchers …

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