Many students have eating-disorder because they haven’t a lot of time to make a dinner other students don’t know how to make it because parents made a dinner all their lives. So they are forced to eat a lot of junk food.
Without help, students with eating disorder risk can have serious problems and drop out of their course. Universities urged to help students to combat with this eating-disorder problem.
Just over 200 students with eating disorders found 32 % were diagnosed after starting their course. Another a fifth had forced them to drop out of their degree course. Another 39% had to take a break from their studies. More than half of those said their university was not doing enough to support students with eating disorders or to identify those risk and intervene to help them.
Universities,helping and caring for the students. If you do this, students can avoid this eating-disorder.