Philly Nonprofit: Eating Disorders Is a Public Health Issue

By Maiken Scott / NewsWorks
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Eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia affect about 11 million Americans.

A conference today in Philadelphia will bring together health-care professionals, researchers and policymakers to discuss a public health approach to eating disorder prevention. Participants will examine how and where messages about eating disorders should be spread to reach as many people as possible, and how to keep the information consistent.

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