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Dating Apps Users More Likely To Have Unhealthy Eating Habits


Are dating apps damaging to our health? Maybe. A new study done by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health links dating apps to body image. According to Business Insider, a survey of over 1,700 people found that men and women using dating apps had up to 26 and 14 times the chance of having unhealthy eating habits, compared to non-users. Business Insider explains, "Fasting, vomiting, and using laxatives were the most common behaviors among men and women.

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