Jockeys risk of eating disorders11th March 2008
A study by Brunel University has shown that horse-racing jockeys are prone to using "extreme methods" in order to keep their weight low.
The research examined the psychological state of 41 professional jockeys, ranging in age from 19 and 54. The study revealed they felt more "depressed" and worried about food when attempting to reach the minimum weight required for a race.
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Title: Jockeys risk of eating disorders
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 5943
Date Added: 11th Mar 2008