Study examines expected body weight for teens with eating disorders

01/5/2012 |

Body mass index percentile and the McLaren and Moore methods moderately agreed on expected body weight in relation to clinically significant cut points for most adolescents with eating disorders, a study in Pediatrics found. However, researchers reported several limitations linked to the McLaren and Moore methods.

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