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Eating Disorders in Teens: Preventions, Treatment and Help for Parents | Jillian Walsh | Episode 198

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Eating disorders cause children to suffer and bring chaos to families. But what exactly is an eating disorder? What causes them and who develops them? Do you really need to worry about your child having an eating disorder? Can you prevent it? Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler explores these and many other questions about eating disorders in teens in her conversation with Jillian Walsh.

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