More middle-age adults struggle with eating disorders

12/29/2011 | HealthDay News

More middle-age people are dealing with eating disorders, but many are uncomfortable getting treatment in programs that include mostly younger patients. The Renfrew Center says it has had a 42% increase in middle-aged female clients since 2001, and has created a separate treatment program targeted toward the needs of adults.

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