These two disorders, anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, are alarming. They attained statistics from an assortment of cultures and along a timeline of sixty years.
Daughters underwent assessment of eating disorders while their parents underwent assessment of substance abuse.
The results of this study show no correlation between parents with past substance abuse problems and their daughters eating disorders. The results show a high correlation between mothers that have eating disorders and daughters that have eating disorders.
The prevalence is spread across races, genders and creeds; it affects tall people, fat people, and hairy people; no background is omitted and no one can be considered immune.
The most common victims are women, however men are affected as well. " A common sentence uttered in the fashion industry, not just in the United States but also around the globe.
The most accurate way to study this hypothesis is by examining monozygotic and dizygotic twins.
Monozygotic twins have identical genes, while dizygotic twins do not.
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