Sarah Klein argues in the following viewpoint that women who suffer from (or have suffered from) an eating disorder are at risk of severe long-term health consequences. According to Klein, the damage is severe enough to cause a decreased life expectancy. Klein is a freelance writer and photographer as well as a columnist for the Metro Times, the Detroit weekly alternative press.
As you read, consider the following questions:
1. What are the medical consequences of anorexia, as stated by the author?
2. According to the author, why is bulimia potentially more...
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