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In a 2017 documentary called Wasting Away: The Truth About Anorexia, Prince William sat down with Mark Austin, former British news anchor, and Austin's daughter Maddie, who is recovering from anorexia.
Cachexia or wasting syndrome, anorexia, severe pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe or persistent muscle spasms, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain are all treatable with medical marijuana, the law says.
The health ministry reported that 600,000 citizens suffer from anorexia.
France isn't the only country to enact such laws against anorexia; Italy, Israel and Spain have passed similar statues in recent years.
This year's To the Bone starred Lily Collins as a young woman struggling with anorexia.
While this sort of nudge may benefit some people, among others the concern is that overwhelming focus on intake and output can drive bulimia or anorexia.
In that spirit, throughout Simply Complicated, Lovato delves into deeply personal subject matter, including an abusive relationship with her biological father, her struggles with addiction, bi-polar disorder and anorexia, bulimia and cutting.
Symptoms of acute hepatitis A include fever, malaise, dark urine, anorexia, nausea and abdominal discomfort, followed by jaundice.
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