Boys have different body image issues: researchers

Boys and body image: young boy flexes skinny biceps
Pre-adolescent boys and girls have differing body image issues, requiring gender specific programs, researchers told the APS College of Health Psychologists Conference in Sydney today. Dr Catherine Connaughton and Dr Gemma Tatangelo, research fellows at the Institute for Health and Aging at Australian Catholic University, say that research has shown that by the age of

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