Help and advice. Emma B and Dr Mark Hamilton address the pressures of achieving the "perfect body". Call [number removed]. Off air: [number removed].
9.00pm R1 Research tells us that teenage girls fear being fat more than cancer or nuclear war. So it's not surprising, given tonight's subject is the pressure to achieve "the perfect body", that the Sunday Surgery team are expecting more calls than usual. But it won't just be girls reaching for the phones; the number of young men with eating disorders grows by the week, including those with low self-esteem because they're not muscle-bound hulks. Jane Anderson
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