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‘Diabulimia’ is a life-threatening disorder for some teens


‘Diabulimia’ is a life-threatening disorder for some teens

April 29, 2013


Source - KING 5 TV

Dr. Yolanda Evans of Seattle Children’s Hospital discusses the dangers of diabulimia, a life-threatening disorder for some teens. "Diabulimia is a term for kids who have diabetes who use insulin, but they'll withhold their insulin in order to lose weight," Dr. Evans explains.

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