Lower-income Americans are losing access to life-saving treatments for anorexia: ‘There are just gross inequities in access to care’
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Lower-income Americans are losing access to life-saving treatments for anorexia: ‘There are just gross inequities in access to care’

The pandemic exacerbated many mental health problems, and eating disorders are no exception: Emergency room visits for girls suffering from anorexia and bulimia were twice as high in January of this year as they were three years earlier.What hasn’t kept up is how government-funded insurance programs have responded to the crisis. Families are struggling to obtain adequate care

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