Women’s worries about weight and shape and the frustration of gaining five -- or more -- pounds don’t disappear in middle age, according to a new study that finds that body image problems and eating disorders persist at age 50 and well beyond. (photo: Jessica Laine / UNC)
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Women’s worries about weight and shape and the frustration of gaining five -- or more -- pounds don’t disappear in middle age, according to a new study that finds that body image problems and eating disorders persist at age 50 and well beyond. (photo: Jessica Laine / UNC)





Women’s worries about weight and shape and the frustration of gaining five -- or more -- pounds don’t disappear in middle age, according to a new study that finds that body image problems and eating disorders persist at age 50 and well beyond. (photo: Jessica Laine / UNC)

Women’s worries about weight and shape and the frustration of gaining five -- or more -- pounds don’t disappear in middle age, according to a new study that finds that body image problems and eating disorders persist at age 50 and well beyond. (photo: Jessica Laine / UNC)

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