Eating Disorders: Myths and Facts




Eating disorders are not a choice, according to the National Eating Disorders Association.

Dr. Melissa Spann, Psychotherapist and Executive Director with Oliver-Pyatt Centers, explains why the solution is not as simple as “just eat” and why it is more beyond the food.

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