Wednesday, August 11, 2010

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Is Picky Eating a Medical Condition That Should Be Covered by Insurance? - ABC News: "Krause survives on little more than grilled cheese sandwiches, French fries and waffles. And, like other picky eaters, Krause hopes that a registry of adult picky eaters, recently begun by Duke University and the University of Pittsburgh, will bring attention to a problem he believes should be considered a medical condition."

4 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Oh I agree, and I think my aversion to work is a medical condition as well. I need to get disability for that.

Bill Crider said...

If it works out, let me know so I can apply.

Richard R. said...

My experience tells me picky eating results when parents allow their children to eat what they like and nothing else. It's that simple.

Randy Johnson said...

I agree with Richard. Growing up, we ate what was put in front of us. I remember something my Grandmother told me told me years ago after her youngest son had visited with his family. The kids had to have a certain brand of tea. She had it but apparently the mix wasn't right as one of them jumped up after one sip and dumped it in the sink, getting a glass of water instead. She wanted to say something, but didn't.