An increasing number of middle-aged women are showing signs of eating disorders, according to research by BEAT, a charity that supports those suffering with eating disorders.
BEAT's research found that 30% of women dealing with an eating disorder at work felt stigmatised by their illness and the majority believed that their co-workers were not educated enough about eating disorders.
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