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A reported 9% of people worldwide have an eating disorder, according to the National Eating Disorder Foundation. Eating disorders are mental illnesses that can have serious effects on physical health as well. See below to explore a few of the most common types of eating disorders and find out how therapy may help in addressing symptoms.

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