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There have been recent reports of teenagers becoming blind due to poor diets as well as the return of conditions like scurvy in developed countries. There has also been an increase in attention with the addition of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID; formerly called feeding disorders) to the DSM-V. However, this is not a new disorder and there is already a well-established empirically supported treatment for it that has decades of research backing. This new article shows this solely behaviour-analytic treatment working for a 13-year-old in a home setting. Click here to download your free copy. 

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