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This article describes eating disorders in a formal, yet easy to understand style.

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e not always the biggest issues. As with many disorders, eating disorders are often about lack of control. Eating is a personal issue that can be controlled by the individual. Thus many times food may not be the issue at all, but just a symptom of a more acute problem. This list offers a brief in depth look at some of the signs of an eating disorder. Change in appearance such as weight loss or gain and altered fashion habits. Obviously the change in weight loss is due to the change in diet. The change in what people wear is often an indication of a change of self, whether it be a withdra

Written by: Lorraine Nyc Uploaded Date: 16th May 2009 Words: 540
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