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Nick Viall on the Bachelor Moment He Considered a 'Fiasco' — It Might Not Be What You Expect! - PEOPLE.com

PEOPLE.comFrom eating the most delicious beignets to dancing in the streets and listening to some amazing live music, my date with Rachel couldn’t have been more fun. I also have to admit that those beignets were highly addicting. They should really warn you … and more …read more

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The eating disorder more common than anorexia and bulimia - The Southland Times

The Southland TimesThe feelings Jane describes – her anxiety before a binge, the “numbness” during, and the shame and regret after – are characteristic of binge eating disorder (BED). BED is more common than anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, with an estimated 47 per … …read more

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What if you can't stop at just one dessert? - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzThe feelings Jane describes – her anxiety before a binge, the “numbness” during, and the shame and regret after – are characteristic of binge eating disorder (BED). BED is more common than anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, with an estimated 47 per … …read more

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Not hungry, but can't stop gobbling - The Straits Times

Not hungry, but can’t stop gobblingThe Straits TimesThese binge-eating episodes would result in weight gain, increasing the person’s risk of developing chronic diseases like Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Dr Kwok said that 40 to 50 per cent of people with the disorder could … <a target="_blank" …read more

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The shocking number of young girls admitted to hospital with eating ... - Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening NewsIt shows as many as 148 people were admitted to hospital in Greater Manchester with eating disorders in 2015-16.12-year-old boy hospitalised with anorexia as admissions soar …Liverpool Echo all 8 news articles …read more

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The eating disorder more common than anorexia and bulimia - The Age

The AgeThe feelings Jane describes – her anxiety before a binge, the “numbness” during, and the shame and regret after – are characteristic of binge eating disorder (BED). BED is more common than anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, with an estimated 47 per … and more …read more

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The eating disorder more common than anorexia and bulimia - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldThe feelings Jane describes – her anxiety before a binge, the “numbness” during, and the shame and regret after – are characteristic of binge eating disorder (BED). BED is more common than anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, with an estimated 47 per …The shocking number of …read more

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New Study Tackling Binge Eating in Province - VOCM

New Study Tackling Binge Eating in ProvinceVOCMA group of clinical psychologists at Memorial University are conducting a study on binge eating in the province. Associate Professor in MUN’s Department of Psychology, Dr. Jacqueline Carter-Major is leading the study. She says binge-eating is a serious … …read more

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This Is Why Food Tastes Even Better When You're Drunk - Refinery29

Refinery29Well, first things first: You’re not imagining it. As this new video from DNews explains, researchers have found that we tend to consume more calories after binge drinking than we do without alcohol — even if we’re not eating a larger overall amount … …read more

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Addicted To Junk Food? Study Suggests We Can Train Mind To Switch Off Binge Eating Habits - Medical Daily

Medical DailyAmerica is truly a junk food nation, but a new study from the University of Sydney has some good news over just how much control we really have over our unhealthy eating habits. The study found that rats could be trained to pull themselves out of … …read more

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