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Eating disorders (including anorexia and bulimia) are serious illnesses which require professional intervention in order to promote long-term recovery and well being. Eating disorders are complex, and treatment may involve a team approach. Although the individual with an eating disorder may appear to be overly focused on food, body weight, and a refusal to eat, …

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The eating patterns a person has an adult are directly influenced in childhood and adolescence. These habits will promote optimal health, intellectual development, prevent health issues, eating disorders and tooth decay. School health programs such as physical education can help children and adolescents reach their full potential by giving them social support and the reinforcement …

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New research indicates children and teenagers with even a mild case anorexia nervosa can develop abnormal bone structure before they lose bone density. Once the bone structure is changed, it can cause loss of bone density. Clinical Study An imaging technique called dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) is used to measure bone mineral density in …

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