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Abstract

An eating disorder (ED) is a mental health illness characterized by abnormal eating styles and behaviors that can affect all people, no matter of their race, age, or habits. Eating disorders behaviors involve abnormal eating behavior and preoccupation with food, attended in most instances by concerns regarding weight and shape

Keywords

Teenagers Eating Disorders Behaviors Body Mass Index

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How to Cite
Baneen jaleel abd al-ameer, & Zaid wahid ajil. (2022). Assessment of Teenagers’ Eating Disorders Behaviors on their Body Mass Index. Texas Journal of Medical Science, 12, 1–16. Retrieved from https://zienjournals.com/index.php/tjms/article/view/2291

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