Eating Disorders

Teens and adolescents with eating disorders have enough to “stomach” without having to worry about falling behind in their studies. That’s why Goryeb Children’s Hospital’s Eating Disorders Program has a certified teacher on-site who provides daily instruction to our partial hospitalization patients. We work directly with the school districts to administer tests and projects and ensure all completed work is returned for adequate credit. Once treatment in our program has ended, we help patients successfully transition back to full-time school days. Learn more >




 
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Eating Disorders

Overweight and obese young adults are twice as likely as those who are thinner to try to control their weight through binging and purging, using laxatives or diuretics, or forcing themselves to vomit, a new study finds.

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