A survey of young people with eating disorders has found 92 per cent could not tell anyone they had a problem.

Only one per cent felt they could talk to their parents, nine per cent could talk to someone at school and 17 per cent to a nurse or doctor.

Eating disorder charity Beat said the media had a role to play in telling the truth about such conditions.

Read the report here

A survey of young people with eating disorders has found 92 per cent could not tell anyone they had a problem.

Only one per cent felt they could talk to their parents, nine per cent could talk to someone at school and 17 per cent to a nurse or doctor.

Eating disorder charity Beat said the media had a role to play in telling the truth about such conditions.

Read the report here