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FamilyDoctor.org: "Tips for Parents: Weight and Eating Behavior Problems in Teens."
KidsHealth.org (for Parents): "Eating Disorders."
National Eating Disorders Association: "What Should I Say? Tips for Talking to a Friend Who May Be Struggling With an Eating Disorder."
National Institute of Mental Health: "Eating Disorders," "Study Tracks Prevalence of Eating Disorders."
University of Chicago Medical Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience: "Pediatric Eating Disorders."
University of Maryland Medical Center: "Eating Disorders – Complications of Anorexia," "Eating Disorders – Diagnosis."
Weight-Control Information Network: "Binge Eating Disorder."
WomensHealth.gov: "Anorexia Nervosa Fact Sheet," "Bulimia Nervosa Fact Sheet."
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