The Evolution of Our Understanding and Treatment of Eating Disorders Over the Past 50 Years
Dr. Andrea Marks, Associate Clinical Professor, Pediatrics at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Founder of Adolescent-Young Adult Medicine (AYAM), has directed programs in adolescent medicine at North Shore University Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian, and New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. She is the author of Healthy Teens, Body and Soul: A Parent’s Complete Guide to Adolescent Health, as well as numerous journal articles and other academic publications.
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