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There is no single cause of an eating disorder. It is a perfect storm of environmental, psychological, and biological factors that drive children as young as eight to the edge of starvation and sometimes tragically beyond. Here are five signs that a child may be at risk of eating disorder: 1. weight loss or lack of expected gain, 2. sudden change in eating habits, 3. significantly increased exercise or activity, 4. distorted body image, and 5. anxiety.
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