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A young boy battled anorexia and overcame it with help: “n class, Eric Ostendorf fidgeted in his seat and constantly kicked his knees up for exercise. He’d ask to go to the restroom, where he would do 45 chin-ups using the bar between the stall walls. “Everything I did was with the thought in the …

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