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NEWS FLASH THANKS TO THE MEDIA EATING DISORDER CASES ARE AT RECORD NUMBERS Smartly attired in a micro-miniskirt the young attorney makes her way through the courtroom Its Monday night at nine o clock Women across the country are glued to FOX saying to themselves Wow I wish I was as thin as her Perfect women displayed in the media may appeal to many viewers but eating disorders are becoming the backlash of the popularity Everywhere you turn on television in magazines and in movies thin is in TV shows like Ally McBeal Total Request Live and countless music video seen on MTV and VH1 are showing females the average girl The average girl is shown as beautiful thin and essentially- perfect Cain 2 This is never true and some girls dont realize it Cain 2 Actresses also try to keep their flawless image up while attending award shows and other public events Actresses and singers have more recently become a major influence in how people think they should look Lewis 3 Not only do you watch their music videos and see how they are dressed just listening to their songs gives you visualization Lewis 3 Models are on the covers of every magazine in the grocery store Lewis 3 Movie magazines TV Guides and most other magazines use models to front their ads Lewis 3 Women cant even open a Martha Stewart Living magazine without a beautiful thin woman jumping off the page says shopper Marie Sanders Lewis 2 Eating disorders are a leading health problem among young women today More than 10 of all girls from ages 13-19 have eating disorders or have had eating disorder tendencies Bulimia Life 1 First signs of a eating disorder may be a persons over exaggeration to their weight especially if they are NOT overweight Bulimia Life 1 With
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