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Eating disorders are very serious. Anorexia and bulimia will eventually create problems in every aspect of your life: physical, emotional, social, intellectual, even economic. Eating disorders can last for as little as one year or less, to decades or more. They usually get progressively worse unless they are faced and treated. In long-term situations, the intensity of the disorder can vary along a continuum from debilitating, life-threatening symptoms to mildly annoying ones that are not life-threatening per se, but negatively impact your quality of life... Read More >>
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