Disordered eating behaviors and substance use in women: a comparison of perceived adverse consequences.

Abstract

The study investigated the adverse consequences on varied life domains of dieting, binging, vomiting and laxative use and compared them to the adverse consequences of alcohol drinking, tobacco smoking, and marijuana use. Results showed that the percentages of women who reported adverse consequences related to eating disordered behaviors were often… (More)

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