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February 25 - March 3 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. 30 million people will experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. Anonymous self-assessments are quick, easy, and empower people with the information to act. Visit www.MyBodyScreening.org today.
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Eating disorders are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that impact an individual’s life and wellbeing. The earlier a person with an eating disorder seeks treatment, the greater the likelihood of physical and emotional recovery. Confidential screenings are available at www.MyBodyScreening.org.
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Eating disorders and body dissatisfaction do not have a gender or race bias, as they encompass numerous countries and cultures. Anyone can suffer from an eating disorder, but treatment is effective. Check MyBodyScreening.org to see if your symptoms could mean you have an eating disorder.
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Eating disorders are about a lot more than wanting to be thin. They are serious medical and psychological conditions that can be treated successfully. Check in on your own symptoms today at www.MyBodyScreening.org.
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February 25 - March 3 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week! Take a confidential screening @ MyBodyScreening.org #NEDAwareness
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Find out more about your relationship with food with an anonymous self-assessment @ MyBodyScreening.org #NEDAwareness
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Worried about a friend or loved one’s eating habits? Take a screening to see if it warrants a further conversation. MyBodyScreening.org
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10 million men will struggle with an eating disorder in their lifetime. Find help and resources @ MyBodyScreening.org #NEDAwareness
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You are stronger than your eating disorder. Take the 1st step toward healing today with an anonymous self-assessment MyBodyScreening.org
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Mental health screenings give you the information that you need to take action. Start yours @ MyBodyScreening.org
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3 minutes can save a life. Get screened. Get help. Get healthy. MyBodyScreening.org #NEDAwareness
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Eating disorders have the highest mortality of any mental health condition. Take the first step toward healing @ MyBodyScreening.org
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Alcohol and other substance issues are 4x more common in people with eating disorders. Check yourself: MyBodyScreening.org #NEDAwareness
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