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The Experience Elderly patients with eating disorders will generally refuse meals by saying they’re too hungry or feeling ill. They might have a distorted view of their bodies, have difficulty expressing their feelings, have family conflicts and engage in secretive behavior to hide their habits. As a result, the elderly might engage in purging behaviors …

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