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Ten Things I Wish Physicians Would Know About Eating Disorders
Ten Things I Wish Physicians Would Know About Eating Disorders by Edward P. Tyson, M.D., Austin, TX The most important things physicians need to know have to do not with technical aspects of assessing or treating physical aspects of an illness, although those are important. It is about the physician first addressing his or her own attitudes about eating disorders and those who have those illnesses. 1.  Physicians are lucky to have people with eating disorders as their patients. People who suffer from eatinContinue Reading

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