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Identification of the First Genetic Marker for Anorexia Nervosa and Associations with Metabolic Disease

There was a study done last month, that was the very first of its kind. The study sought out to identify a significant genetic marker for anorexia nervosa and it was published by The American Journal of Psychiatry. The study uncovered the possibility that anorexia might actually be conceptualized as both a psychiatric and a metabolic disorder. That is a perspective that has not been previously held. The study was done by an Eating Disorders Working Group.

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