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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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One-Third Of 9 Month Old Baby’s Are Overweight

According to a study done by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) one-third of baby’s age nine months are already overweight. The concern is that these baby’s who are already overweight will develop eating disorders at an early age. An alarming number of young children are already suffering from anorexia and bulimia. Not to mention …

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