Body image anxiety begins at the age of TWO: Preschoolers are already analyzing their appearance, study reveals 

Children begin worrying about their body at the age of two, a new study claims.
Most parents assume toddlers are in their 'age of innocence'.
But according to researchers at the University of Illinois, this is the age when we begin to form anxieties that could lead to eating disorders.
Two- to five-year-olds are at a crucial point of intellectual and social development, the study explains.
It means they are beginning to form an idea of themselves in the context of society's body ideals, taking social cues from adults and commercials.
However, 40 per cent of parents in the study did not... read more

6 October 2016 in Health, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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