Half (50%) of Canadians Have Been Exposed to Eating Disorders, Whether It’s Someone They Know or Themselves

One in Three (35%) Canadians Admit They Wouldn’t be able to Recognize the Signs of an Eating Disorder in a Friend or Family Member

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Toronto, ON – According to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the National Eating Disorder Information Centre, one half (50%) of Canadians ‘agree’ (26% strongly/24% somewhat) that they know someone who, either currently or in the past, has had an eating disorder – and this person could include themselves. The other half...

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Half (50%) of Canadians Have Been Exposed to Eating Disorders, Whether It’s Someone They Know or Themselves

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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