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A Second Look (Anorexia) #728765

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 18, 2003
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) A "second look" at the story of a young woman's struggle with anorexia nervosa & bulimia presented. [In 1994, teen Emily BOSWORTH - comments on her low heartbeat & her refusal to eat most food.] [Harvard University/Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. David HERZOG - says we are seeing younger dieters.] [Beaver County Day School students Stephanie COHEN†, Lauren GUNTHER†- talk about body image.] [Massachusetts Eating Disorders Assn. director Rebecca MANLEY†- talks about the negative messages.] [Today, 22-year-old BOSWORTH - says she came through it okay & is no longer scared of food.]

Reporter(s):
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:03:40

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