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Episode 184: Carrie Arnold: Atypical Anorexia

Today, Kathy is joined by Carrie Arnold and they have a conversation on atypical anorexia. Carrie shares her view on atypical anorexia in telling us about her story.

Carrie Arnold is an award-winning independent health and environment reporter based in Virginia. She is also author of the book Decoding Anorexia: How Breakthroughs in Science Offer Hope for Eating Disorders and of the blog ED Bites. Carrie lives with her husband and rescue cat.

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