Eating Disorders are Common in Teenage Boys

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By Molly Clifton

Eating disorders are more common in boys than most people realize.

Researchers in Boston found 17 percent of teenage boys surveyed were extremely concerned about their weight and physique.

Those boys were more likely to engage in risky behaviors including frequent binge drinking and drug use.




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