Many people only associate eating disorders with females.
But, just like women, men feel pressure to live up to the societal standards of body image that is portrayed in the media.
It's so important to not overlook the warning signs, especially since this illness does not discriminate on the basis of gender.
Brian Cuban, lawyer, activist, talk show host and the younger brother of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, provides a rare male perspective and firsthand account of the disease that almost took his life.
He shares the steps he took to recovery, and provides insight on how to recognize and take action if someone you love is suffering from an eating disorder.