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What are the statistics of anorexics in Bournemouth?

By Anonymous October 6, 2010 - 2:30am
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I,m Georgia, I'ma student at the Bournemouth and Poole college and need to find out the statistics of people who suffer from eating disorders in Bournemouth. Iwas wondering if you could help me, if not know anyone else that could help me. Thankyou.

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Hi Anonymous

It sounds an awful lot like you are asking me to do your homework. If you need to find statistics and don't know how to do that, I suggest you ask your professor for help. We do not do homework for people here at EmpowHER. You won't get much of an education if you don't figure out your own homework.

In your situation here in the US, I would look up stats via the CDC or US Vital Statistics through Google and nose around for the area I was looking for. It can take quite a while if you don't know how to find what you need. County health statistics may not cover it. Anyway, ask your professor and please do your own homework.

October 6, 2010 - 6:15am
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Anonymous (reply to Cary Cook BSN RN)

I have been on about 50 websites, rung about 500 mental health clinics and emailed millions of people so that I Just know the statistics for my college assignment. My college will be about 10-15 pages long and I was only enquiring if anyone knew the statistics for one sentence!!!! And i'm most definatly not asking anyone to "do my homework for me" I can do it myself thanks, just wondering if someone knew, not asking them to look it up for me. And for the record ive asked my tutor and she didnt know and asked me to go on websites and try to find out infomation through asking people! What would you do if someone said to you, how many people have anorexia in bournemouth ages 14-25 when its not on the internet anywhere at all.

October 6, 2010 - 6:28am
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