OEM/ODM China keyboard desk for Spain Factories
whole shape size: 910mm*685mm keyboard size: 910mm*380mm desktop size: 910mm*500mm base size: 820mm*620mm min height of desk: 150mm min height of keyboard: 20mm max height of desk: 540mm max height of keyboard: 390mm
OEM/ODM China keyboard desk for Spain Factories Detail:
|whole shape size:||910mm*685mm||keyboard size:||910mm*380mm|
|desktop size:||910mm*500mm||base size:||820mm*620mm|
|min height of desk:||150mm||min height of keyboard:||20mm|
|max height of desk:||540mm||max height of keyboard:||390mm|
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We all have to eat, but for some people eating is a problem. Research in Australia indicates that the number of people with an eating disorder has doubled in the last ten years to about one in twenty.
Although we often associate the condition with teenage girls, recent research indicates that many people in Australia with eating disorders are in their thirties or older and have a history of problems with weight and body image. The incidence is also increasing among young men and teenage boys. There is an established link between eating disorders and obesity. GPs and other health professionals are now being advised to investigate the possibility of an eating disorder when anyone seeks help with a weight problem.
This program examines eating disorders such as binge eating, bulimia and anorexia nervosa, outlines the latest research and explores various approaches to treatment and management. It emphasises the need for a co-ordinated approach to management involving GPs, dietitians, psychologists and other health professionals. It also discusses the support available for people with eating disorders, their families and carers and explores the particular issues faced by patients and health professionals in rural areas.
Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation
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