Physical distancing measures may promote disordered eating habits

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Sunny Shen/Senior Staff
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in physical distancing measures and remote learning for students, which may be particularly hard on students who have eating disorders. Factors such as increased stress, anxiety and disruptions to daily routines could exacerbate disordered eating, as well as food insecurity.

Physical distancing measures and remote learning may be exacerbating disordered eating, as well as food insecurity, among students.
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