Hull charity says dodgy online diet pills 'should be illegal' after death of student Sarah Houston



An expert in eating disorders is warning people buying dodgy diet pills over the internet are risking their lives.
Marg Oaten MBE, secretary of the Hull-based SEED Eating Disorder Support Service, is backing FakeMeds, a Government campaign to highlight the dangers after the death of Yorkshire medical student Sarah Houston.
"Many people are addicted to slimming pills or laxative abuse or diuretics and will seek to source their addiction through any means possible, many buying off the internet," Mrs Oaten said.
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10 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 29
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