Mexico opens up a Youth Home for eating disorders

By Valeria Bigurra Peñavera

The first Youth Home in Mexico was recently inaugurated, where young people who suffer from eating disorders will be attended

The house was inaugurated in the State of Mexico. During the opening event, the ambassador of France in Mexico, Maryse Bossiere made an appearance, because this institution was created thanks to an agreement between the Health Ministry of Mexico and the National Academy of Medicine from France.

The French institution will be in charge of giving advice about health programs, and both institutions will exchange information, besides they will introduce de Nutrinet program, which will be made using a series of data from de youth sector and their health conduct.

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With this project the State Of Mexico is positioned at the top ranking in terms of national innovation with health, because it’s the only entity in the nation with a health model as such, where they plan to offer help to young people from 10 to 19 years old who suffer from eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia, gluttony and binge-eating, among others.

The name of the Youth Home is “Didier Jacques Duche”, an emeritus professor who once was part of the National Academy of Medicine from France, and in this house they will offer psychological help, legal advice, sport activities, nutritional assessment, workshops about sex health, addictions, HIV prevention, among others, besides the doctors will create a specific plan for each patient, offering personalized help to get more effective results.

The Youth Home had a 10 million Mexican pesos investment, and is one of the results from the agreements that were made between Mexico and France.

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