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Do you know someone who craves and enjoys eating things such as dirt, chalk, coffee grounds, cigarette ashes or other items not considered food? If so, this person may be suffering from an eating disorder called pica disorder. The word “pica” is Latin for “magpie,” which is a bird known best for eating everything and …

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