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COVID-19-Era Isolation Is Making Dangerous Eating Disorders Worse
COVID-19-Era Isolation Is Making Dangerous Eating Disorders Worse

Michelle Konstantinovsky ’s August 26, 2020 article, published in Scientific American , sheds light on the stark reality that not only are eating disorders very serious diseases, but many sufferers have gotten worse during the COVID pandemic. The article discusses that ...

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