Eating disorders are on the rise, but treating them is not getting any easier. They are complicated, they are expensive, and they often are not covered by healthcare insurance plans. When they are covered, patients with eating disorders fight every day to keep their coverage. Why are these chronic mental health conditions still treated like they are acute physical emergencies?
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