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College Students Who Vape are at Higher Risk for Eating Disorders

October 5, 2021
Verywell Health
Dr. Harry Brandt provides insight on new research about vaping and eating disorders.

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College students who vape and smoke e-cigarettes are at a higher risk of developing an eating disorder, new research finds.

These new findings match up with previous research that shows people who have eating disorders are likely to have other mental disorders, such as substance abuse. But learning more about the connection between vaping and eating disorders could help clinicians better screen young people and improve targeting for early intervention.

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