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Obese dieters are not prone to eating disorders

Long held concerns that dieting could cause depression, binge eating and eating disorders in obese woman had finally been proven not true by a study. None of the obese dieters tested reported developing a serious eating disorder.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Detroit News

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About: Obese dieters are not prone to eating disorders

Date: 29 September 2004

Source: The Detroit News

Author: Nanci Hellmich


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