#1676: Eating Disorders | 51%

September 02, 2021 00:30:14
#1676: Eating Disorders | 51%
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#1676: Eating Disorders | 51%
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On this episode of 51%, we discuss eating disorders: what they look like, why they develop, and how they’re treated. We also speak with advocates with the Strategic Training Initiative for the Prevention of Eating Disorders, or STRIPED, who are working to restrict the sale of over-the-counter diet pills to minors.

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