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The teen years are riddled with pressures that make body image a sensitive subject. Too often parents miss the warning signs of anorexia because they believe that being image-aware is a natural part of adolescence, especially for young girls. But if you suspect your teen has an eating disorder, it’s important to broach the subject …

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Eating disorders are linked to a shorter lifespan, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders. People with anorexia have a five-fold greater mortality rate than their peers the same age, the study found. Premature discharge from a treatment program was a key risk factor in these earlier death rates. …

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