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I Desperately Need to Lose Weight — but I'm Absolutely Terrified to Do It - POPSUGAR

POPSUGARThis breakdown was not wholly associated with the eating disorder, but it played a part. When you have a parent who is bipolar, the odds of you having it are increased by 50 percent. I was officially diagnosed with bipolar disorder and binge-eating … and more …read more

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Binge (Eating) Disorders Market Report Presents an Overall Analysis, Development Trends, Driving Forces ... - Pharmaceuticals News

Binge (Eating) Disorders Market Report Presents an Overall Analysis, Development Trends, Driving Forces …Pharmaceuticals NewsThe epidemiology section covers the historical, current as well as forecasted epidemiology for Binge (Eating) Disorders in 7 major markets. The data is collected by understanding the disease, reviewing numerous studies conducted by countries and …read more

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Just how bad can an eating disorder really be? - Post-Bulletin

Post-BulletinMegan Higgins, left, talks with Laura McLain during a recent visit to the Renfrew Center in Sandy Springs, where the college senior was treated for an eating disorder. According to McLain, eating disorders can run the gamut, but binge eating is the … and more …read more

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Presentation by Sovereign Health's CEO Dr. Tonmoy Sharma at the iaedp 2018 Symposium - Markets Insider

Presentation by Sovereign Health’s CEO Dr. Tonmoy Sharma at the iaedp 2018 SymposiumMarkets InsiderDr. Sharma examined the specific neurobiological differences in the brains of people with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder and the significance of neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine in influencing a person’s risk of … <a target="_blank" …read more

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Presentation by Sovereign Health's CEO Dr. Tonmoy Sharma at the iaedp 2018 Symposium - Benzinga

Presentation by Sovereign Health’s CEO Dr. Tonmoy Sharma at the iaedp 2018 SymposiumBenzingaDr. Sharma examined the specific neurobiological differences in the brains of people with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder and the significance of neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine in influencing a person’s risk of … …read more

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Presentation by Sovereign Health's CEO Dr. Tonmoy Sharma at the iaedp 2018 Symposium - PR Newswire (press release)

PR Newswire (press release)Dr. Sharma examined the specific neurobiological differences in the brains of people with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder and the significance of neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine in influencing a person’s risk of … …read more

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Woman lost 22 kilos in eight months after a 20 year long binge eating disorder - Daily Mail

Daily MailA woman managed to lose 22 kilos in eight months after battling a binge eating disorder for 20 years. Dr Katie Richards, 45, turned to food to cope with a past trauma that she experienced, with food being something she relied on for comfort. She dealt … …read more

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Here's why it's okay to put nutrition on the back burner during eating disorder recovery, according to an expert - HelloGiggles

HelloGigglesShe says, “In general, when someone has been struggling with an eating disorder, (whether restrictive, binge-eating, or any other combination of disordered eating), their nutritional status has likely been negatively impacted.” Leon works with patients … …read more

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'If you have an agenda with food, kids will sniff it out' - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldWhen I look back on my own years of obsessive dieting and binge eating, it’s always with a laugh and an eye roll: “Every teenage girl had an eating disorder then. It was a rite of passage.” I was never frighteningly skinny or forced into treatment. It …read more

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Just how bad can an eating disorder really be? - Twin Falls Times-News

Just how bad can an eating disorder really be?Twin Falls Times-News“I couldn’t control what was going on around me, but I could control what I was eating,” she explained recently. By her sophomore year of high school, it had started to take a toll on her physically and mentally. …read more

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