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Your family and friends probably don’t know much about anorexia nervosa. Unless they’ve run into the disorder before, they probably think it’s “something models get” and believe the simple solution is to pressure you to eat. That’s not their fault, and if you respond to their good impulses with information, they may end up being …

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Every year in January Tiffany Geiger, who is a senior majoring in Nursing participates in a program at a woman’s center to help young women feel good about their body image. Tiffany’s Story When Tiffany began intensive treatment for her anorexia she only weighted 81 pounds when she graduated from the program she weighted 117 …

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