Jason Nagata

professor of pediatrics at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals

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Eating disorders jumped in the last year as more young people spent time on screens, according to new research from UC San Francisco.

Eating disorders among teens are up during COVID. Pediatrician offers tips on what to watch for

Eating disorders jumped in the last year as more young people spent time on screens, according to new research from UC San Francisco.

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