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The Risks Of Chronic Laxative Use

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Research Proves Colleges Are A Breeding Ground For Eating Disorders

We have known for sometime that colleges are a prime breeding ground for eating disorders. We have terms such as drunkorexia where the students mostly females decide to drink their meals in the form of alcohol at the parties instead of eating real food. By avoiding the real food, these young women feel they will …

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