Sarah Miles, who developed anorexia when she was 12
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Mothers influence daughters' dieting habits

Girls whose mothers regularly diet are twice as likely to try to lose weight themselves, according to a survey.

The research, carried out by Sugar magazine for the BBC, also found one in five teenagers said their weight had been criticised by their own family.

Sophie van Brugen reports.

  • 18 Nov 2010
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