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Teenagers’ Perceptions of their Weight Status is Associated with Disordered Eating Lasting Years
Dr. Samantha Hahn, a Project EAT researcher, finds that informing teenagers of their weight category is associated with the development of disordered eating habits, such as skipping meals, abusing laxatives, binge eating, and self-induced vomiting. These habits often persist well beyond the school years and into adulthood.

Hazzard, V. “Link Between Food Insecurity and Binge Eating.” Minnesota Family Physician. Winter 2022; pg. 8-9.

Mutanda, A, host. “How can I give my child a healthy relationship with food?” Bringing up Britain. Fall 2022.

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