Eating disorders are a growing problem on college campuses. 15 percent of women aged 17 to 24 have an eating disorder and 20 percent of all college students reported they have or previously had an eating disorder, according to the Multi-Services Eating Disorder Association (MEDA). Stress is one of the biggest contributing factors of developing a disordered relationship with food, and the transition from high school to college is a big life change. Students and their families can use this guide to learn about different signs of an eating disorder, how they’re treated and where to get help.
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