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In a recent post, I spoke about ...

Posted Mar 03 2009 4:24pm

In a recent post, I spoke about the danger of the misuse of prescription diabetes medication by patients seeking to maximize weight-loss caused by this medication's side-effects. Today, I want to discuss a substance that poses perhaps an even greater risk. It's something that most parents have in their medicine cabinets; it is available without a prescription; it is a common over-the-counter medication (OTC); and it is associated with perhaps the most widely reported risk for misuse by patients with eating disorders.

In a recent post, I spoke about the danger of the misuse of prescription diabetes medication by patients seeking to maximize weight-loss caused by this medication's side-effects. Today, I want to discuss a substance that poses perhaps an even greater risk. It's something that most parents have in their medicine cabinets; it is available without a prescription; it is a common over-the-counter medication (OTC); and it is associated with perhaps the most widely reported risk for misuse by patients with eating disorders.

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