A trio of class actions filed in federal court in Newark, N.J., accuses heath care carriers of breaching their contracts with insureds and violating state law by limiting coverage for anorexia.

The suits charge the insurers have refused to pay the full cost of treatment on the ground that anorexia is not biologically based. They cover only 30 or 35 days of in-facility coverage.

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