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Q&A: When An Eating Disorder Resolves, What Happens With Its Behavioral Comorbidities?

Article Summary | February 10, 2020

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PsychU spoke with Rachel Self, Ph.D., about a 2019 article in the journal Comprehensive Psychiatry entitled “Eating Disorder Recovery Is Associated with Absence of Major Depressive Disorder and Substance Use Disorder at 22-Year Longitudinal Follow-Up.” That study is summarized in “Absence of Major Depression and Substance Use Disorder More Likely After Recovery from Eating Disorder.”…

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