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You Are Not What You Eat
In the United States, as many as 10 million females and 1 million males fight a daily battle with food. Experts say eating disorders involve more than a mere preoccupation with food. They arise from a variety of physical, emotional, and social issues. Eating disorders affect health, productivity, and relationships. Dr. Diane Spangler of the BYU Department of Psychology discusses the latest research on eating disorders. For more information about treating eating disorders, you're welcome to call Dr. Diane Spangler at 801-422-6475 or send her an email at—Original airdate: 12/11/2008

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