Former Head Girl Succumbs to Severe Eating Disorder

by Raja Nandhini on  April 5, 2013 at 8:42 AM Weight Loss
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A former head girl of Heathfield School in Ascot, Berkshire, succumbed to severe form of eating disorder and overdose of laxatives.
 Former Head Girl Succumbs to Severe Eating Disorder
Former Head Girl Succumbs to Severe Eating Disorder

Georgia Willson-Pemberton was highly intelligent and gold medal winner of British youth skiing competition and had appeared in the high society magazine Tatler. As a head girl, she had earned Ģ29,000-a-year.

In 2008, Georgia's parents noticed severe weight loss and from then on, she had been sent to several residential clinics. However, Georgia avoided her medications and used excessive laxatives, which worsened her condition.

The physicians were unable to identify the cause of the behavior. Finally, after four years of struggle she succumbed to the anorexia, eating disorder.

Source: Medindia

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