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Eating disorders can affect middle aged women; could caregivers be at risk?

Middle aged women who have become caregivers report many health issues because they feel that their lives are spinning out of control. Depression and weight loss, or weight gain, are common symptoms reported. Could the recurrence of a previous eating disorder, or the development of a new one, be far behind?

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Eating disorders facing middle-aged women was a surprise to me. As an attorney and image consultant who has helped a generation of women redefine themselves as they reach a crossroads in their lives, I urge women to get outside help on this and other issues facing them during this crucial phase of their adult lives.

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