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Dying to be thin-- There may be murmurs about that girl who only fixes herself a salad with only vinegar at dining services or suspicious glances at someone who spends 45 minutes on the treadmill and then switches to the stair stepper at the rec On-campus eating disorders are talked about everywhere and yet are not really talked about at all There is observation concern and gossip but hushed conversation and larger scale efforts to help and change never seem to take public attention There is this girl that I grew up and graduated with I talked to her almost everyday at school but we were never that close I never saw much of her over the summer except when she was out running after a two to three hour softball practice At my younger sisters volleyball game about a month or two ago I saw this girl She was so thin it was almost disgusting Her skin was pale her hair was thin and I could see her ribs through her shirt She went from looking healthy and physically fit to looking sick and fragile This is why I chose this topic People need to pay more attention to this disease Anorexics are literally dying to be thin Anorexia victims have a very low ideal weight It might begin as a normal diet carried to extremes reducing their food intake to a bare minimum Rules are made of how much food they can eat in one day and how much exercise is required after eating certain amounts of food With anorexia there is a strong almost overwhelming fear of putting on weight and they are preoccupied with the way that their bodies look Anorexics may show symptoms such as extreme weight loss for no medical reason Also many deny their hunger chew gum excessively and choosing low calorie foods Anorexics do all of those things to become thin when in reality it makes your
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