Evaluating the Risk of Harm of Weight-Related Public Messages
About this resource
Campaigns and resources that provide weight-related messages may lead to unintended consequences. This resource considers obesity, overweight, and weight gain prevention public health messages in relation to eating disorders and disordered eating.
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