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Criteria For Hospitalization For Anorexia

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Long-Term Health Of College Students Impacted By Heavy Drinking Combined With Eating Disorders

A new study from the University of Missouri has determined that the combination of heavy alcohol consumption with eating disorders can severely affect the long-term health of college students. Researchers examined the relationship between alcohol misuse and eating disorders, including restricting calorie intake and purging. According to survey results, about 3 times more women than …

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