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Spend a few minutes reading about men’s eating disorders, and you may start seeing phrases like “working out behavior,” “regulation of dietary intake,” and “drivethey describe you and everyone else who reads this magazine. So when does a good habit break bad? Consider these statements from a 50-question eating disorder assessment designed specifically for men. Choose one of six responses—never, rarely, sometimes, often, usually, or always—as it applies to the following statements:

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