Age 40, the new 14: Anorexia Comes of Age

Last fall I noticed a lot of post-35 women around me were getting skinnier and skinnier. Running marathons or 13.1 races. Sticking to raw food regimens. Obsessing over new fad diets.

And in the celeb world, just glance at images of the fragile Demi Moore, et al. Seems to be something going on . . .

Indeed there is: a wave of eating disorder cases in women, and some men, in their 30s, 40s and 50s.

You can read my story  “A Disorder Comes of Age” in the current issue of Style magazine.


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