Eating Disorders Strike Younger and Younger

"I always wanted to be the good girl. Good girls are skinny and happy. The bad girls are the fat ones." That was the justification a recent visitor to the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness in West Palm Beach, Fla. gave when asked why she starved herself to the point of hospitalization. She is eleven years old. Anorexia and its sister-disorder, bulimia, have historically been thought of as striking white, middle to upper class teenage girls. But a recent report from the American...Full Story
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