Posts Tagged ‘fracture risk and eating disorders’

By On January 16th, 2017

Both Men and Women With Anorexia Face Heightened Bone Fracture Risk

Eating disorders like anorexia can lead to a variety of adverse effects, ranging from fatigue and dizziness to liver problems, seizures, and death. One such effect of eating disorders is a heightened risk for bone fractures, as the body isn’t getting enough nutrients to properly fortify the bones. Increased risk of fracture is a well-documented…

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