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Health Determinants of Eating Disorder

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It comprises two parts: poster and word discussion on the determinants of health (social determinants, biomedical and behavioural risk factors) as applied to the individual who suffered from eating disorder.

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Health Eating disorders Behavior Psychology RTT Abnormal psychology Human development Disordered eating Social determinants of health Puberty Precocious puberty Adolescence
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Health Eating disorders Behavior Psychology RTT Abnormal psychology Human development Disordered eating Social determinants of health Puberty Precocious puberty Adolescence
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The breakdown of the human body is due to a biological reason; thereby a patient will be treated independently from their mind. Furthermore, the overlap between biomedical and behavioural risk factors is possible as biomedical risk factors inevitably can be influenced by behavioural risk factors. However, cross-pollination between these two determinants does not happen in every case. In the assigned scenario, Sam’s eating disorder is associated with puberty from the viewpoint of biomedical risk factors. As Young Men’s Health (2017) says, boys will go through puberty from 10 years old and as late as 14 or 15 years old and it lasts for two to five years in general. The linkage between the age of Sam began to struggle with disordered eating and the range of age of pubertal onset marks the interrelationship between biological influences on disordered ...
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