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Obese Teenagers Who Lose Weight at Risk for Developing Eating Disorders

Teens also likely to go undiagnosed, develop more severe medical complications ROCHESTER, Minn. — Sept. 8, 2013 — Obese teenagers who lose weight are at risk of developing eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, Mayo Clinic researchers imply in a recent Pediatrics article. Eating disorders among these patients are also not being adequately detected because [...]

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Sim losing weight not always in health way (:22)

Leslie Sim, Ph.D., describes a study finding obese teenagers who lose weight are at risk of developing eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Eating disorders among these patients are also not being adequately detected because the weight loss is seen as positive by providers and family members.

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Sim looks can deceive (:22)

Leslie Sim, Ph.D., describes a study finding obese teenagers who lose weight are at risk of developing eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Eating disorders among these patients are also not being adequately detected because the weight loss is seen as positive by providers and family members.

Created by Brian Kilen

Sim health and pyschological consequences to weight loss (:15)

Leslie Sim, Ph.D., describes a study finding obese teenagers who lose weight are at risk of developing eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Eating disorders among these patients are also not being adequately detected because the weight loss is seen as positive by providers and family members.

Created by Brian Kilen

Sim anorexic teens often start out as obese (:18)

Leslie Sim, Ph.D., describes a study finding obese teenagers who lose weight are at risk of developing eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Eating disorders among these patients are also not being adequately detected because the weight loss is seen as positive by providers and family members.

Created by Brian Kilen

Sim catch early to help (:10)

Leslie Sim, Ph.D., describes a study finding obese teenagers who lose weight are at risk of developing eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Eating disorders among these patients are also not being adequately detected because the weight loss is seen as positive by providers and family members.

Created by Brian Kilen