Toning up is tops for teens

September 1999
FDA Consumer;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p7
Provides information on the study by researchers at the University of Melbourne, Australia on what teenagers should do to lose weight and avoid eating disorders. Number of students that participated in the study; Risk of developing eating disorders; Gender prone to develop this disorder.


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