Prolonged constipation and diarrhea in childhood and disordered eating in adolescence.

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Summary of "Prolonged constipation and diarrhea in childhood and disordered eating in adolescence."

Gastrointestinal problems are common in all eating disorders; however, the extent to which these problems predate the onset of eating disorders is not clear. We explored longitudinal associations between childhood gastrointestinal problems and adolescent disordered eating, and assessed whether observed associations are potentially causal or due to familial confounding factors.


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Name: Journal of psychosomatic research
ISSN: 1879-1360
Pages: 109797


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