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Alcohol abuse, eating disorders share genetic link

Part of the risk for alcohol dependence is genetic. The same is true for eating disorders. Now researchers have found that some of the same genes likely are involved in both. They report that people with alcohol dependence may be more genetically susceptible to certain types of eating disorders and vice versa.
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