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5 Common Eating Disorder Myths (Video)

Millions of people will suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime, a number that is frightening. But what is even more frightening is the many misconceptions about eating disorders. More Videos

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Acquired Addiction And Eating Disorders (Video)

Could the way foods are processed, with extra fats and sugars, affect the way people eat and create an addiction? Learn more about what an acquired addition is and how this could be a cause for eating disorders. More Videos

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Can Healthy Living Initiatives Lead To Eating Disorders? (Video)

Many health campaigns focus on healthy living and eating right. And while these initiatives seem positive, they may change the way people look at health. A British study looked at how 4-year-olds viewed differently sized storybook characters and found that they already started to have a prejudice against fat characters. More Videos

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Eating Disorder Self Test. Take the EAT-26 self test to see if you might have eating disorder symptoms that might require professional evaluation. All answers are confidential.

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