NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A Yale student says the school has dropped its months-long demand that she gain weight or leave the university.
 
Twenty-year-old history major Frances Chan told the New Haven Register (http://bit.ly/1elaXRN ) that her new Yale physician told her on Friday that university officials made a mistake and no longer believe she has an eating disorder. She had been stuffing her face with ice cream and other snacks to try to gain weight.
 
Chan is 5-feet-2-inches tall and 92 pounds. She says she's always been very thin but healthy.
 
She says Yale Health officials had placed too much emphasis on body-mass index as a health indicator, but her new doctor acknowledged that BMI isn't the only significant factor.
 
Yale spokesman Tom Conroy says the university cannot comment because of medical privacy regulations.