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Insider Q&A: Narcan exec talks merits of spray for overdoses - Fox Business

Insider Q&A: Narcan exec talks merits of spray for overdosesFox BusinessWe were using naloxone nasally for binge-eating disorder. The first years of the company were all about that. We had some encouraging data but it was going to be difficult to establish a market in binge-eating disorder. At the …read more

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Insider Q&A: Narcan exec talks merits of spray for overdoses - Tampabay.com

Insider Q&A: Narcan exec talks merits of spray for overdosesTampabay.comWe were using naloxone nasally for binge-eating disorder. The first years of the company were all about that. We had some encouraging data but it was going to be difficult to establish a market in binge-eating disorder. At the time, …read more

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Insider Q&A: Narcan exec talks merits of spray for overdoses - WTOP

WTOPWe were using naloxone nasally for binge-eating disorder. The first years of the company were all about that. We had some encouraging data but it was going to be difficult to establish a market in binge-eating disorder. At the time, the opioid crisis … and more …read more

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Insider Q&A: Narcan exec talks merits of spray for overdoses - San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco ChronicleWe were using naloxone nasally for binge-eating disorder. The first years of the company were all about that. We had some encouraging data but it was going to be difficult to establish a market in binge-eating disorder. At the time, the opioid crisis … and more …read more

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A Therapist's Tips for Staying Sober on New Year's Eve - HuffPost

HuffPost… and joyful life that you truly deserve. Jennifer Rollin, MSW, LCSW-C: is an eating disorder therapist in private practice in Rockville, Maryland. Jennifer specializes in helping teens and adults struggling with anorexia, binge eating disorder, and … …read more

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How to Keep a New Year's Resolution - HuffPost

How to Keep a New Year’s ResolutionHuffPostHello 2018! Are you the year when many of us will keep those self-development and other lofty goals we drag from one year to another with little success a reality? After a festive season of binge eating and drinking, it’s easy to resolve …read more

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How to bounce back from overeating - Bel Marra Health

Bel Marra HealthBy 9 AM: Eat breakfast so it can kickstart your metabolism along with helping you eat better throughout your day. It’s been uncovered that those who skip breakfast are more likely to consume a greater number of calories along with unhealthier foods … …read more

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Good-for-you foods after the holiday binge - Daily Trust

Daily TrustBinge eating can raise your risk of heart disease, so nosh on small handfuls of nuts for your ticker. Almonds, walnuts, peanuts, and other nuts offer you omega-3 fatty acids, unsaturated fats, and vitamin E — all of which help lower cholesterol and … …read more

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Things to Focus on Instead of Weight Loss or Dieting This New Year - HuffPost

HuffPostIt creates an unhealthy relationship with food and eating. People turn eating into black and white. They are either “being bad” (not following the rules of said diet) or “being good” (following the diet). Dieting is also not healthy from a … …read more

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Ask Dr. Rob about eating disorders - Harvard Health

Ask Dr. Rob about eating disordersHarvard HealthBinge eating disorder — People with this type of eating disorder regularly eat unusually large amounts of food while feeling a lack of control or inability to stop eating. Typically, food is eaten rapidly with an uncomfortable feeling of fullness … …read more

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