Dr. Smith on incorporating exercise in eating disorder recovery

Exercise is a valuable part of a healthy lifestyle, but is problematic for many struggling with eating disorders. Dr. Brad Smith, MD, explains how Rogers reintroduces exercise in eating disorder recovery.

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