The rate of eating disorders among young boys and girls is on the rise. Experts blame this on a wide range of reasons, not the least of which is societal pressure and unrealistic ideas of what makes a healthy body. Our panel discusses the impact of pressuring children to cut calories at a young age.
--Dr. Deborah Pierce, M.D., clinical associate professor of family medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center
--Terra Keller, chief operating officer of Foodlink
--Aaron Williams, nurse practitioner
--Rick Russotti, health & physical education teacher and track/cross country coach at Bishop Kearney High School