How much of eating disorders is in our DNA — and can we predict and prevent them?

Eating disorders are the third most common chronic illness in young women.
In recent years, researchers have made advances in detecting the genetic links, raising hopes for treatment and prevention.

Professor Tracey Wade is Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor at Flinders University and associate investigator of the Australian Anorexia Nervosa Genetics Initiative (ANGI).
Elise Thompson spent six years living with anorexia.

Click on link for audio at: https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/how-much-of-eating-disorders-is-in-our-dna-%E2%80%94-and-can-we-predict/10599966

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