Dietary Therapy in Children May Increase Risk of Eating Disorders, Study Suggests

Dietary Therapy in Children May Increase Risk of Eating Disorders, Study Suggests
Researchers have found that dietary therapy in children with chronic illnesses, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), may increase their risk for unusual eating habits or eating disorders. The review study, “Are children with chronic illnesses requiring dietary therapy at risk for disordered eating or eating disorders? A systematic review," was published in the journal
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