Binge Eating Disorder

Current Binge Eating Disorder News & Information

0

Activating This Area Of Your Brain Could Cause Food Binges - Raw Story

Raw StoryThis new piece of research gives scientists a better understanding about binge eating disorder, which isn’t well understood. Many medical professionals agree that binge eating is due to a combination of genetic, biological and psychological factors … …read more

0

Binge Eating Linked To Activating Neurons In Specific Brain Area In Mice - Medical Daily

Medical DailyScientists have discovered how a group of neurons in a specific area of the brain could be contributing to late-night pizza binges. The zona incerta area is not largely studied but receives input from many parts of the brain. The team found that mice … and more …read more

0

A flip switch for binge-eating? - Science Daily

Science DailyResearchers have identified a subgroup of neurons in the mouse brain that, upon activation, immediately prompt binge-like eating. Furthermore, repeated stimulation of these neurons over time caused the mice to gain weight. The zona incerta (ZI) is a … …read more

0

Binge-Eating Neurons Identified - The Scientist

The ScientistANTHONY VAN DEN POL Using optogenetics to stimulate a group of neurons below thalamus and above the hypothalamus, Yale University neuroscientists Anthony van den Pol and Xiaobing Zhang were able to immediately trigger binge eating in mice. …read more

0

Optic probes shed light on binge-eating - Medical Xpress

Medical Xpress“The parallel with human binge-eating is interesting,” van den Pol said. “The mice prefer the animal equivalent of potato chips, candy, or cake.” The mice seemed to enjoy the stimulation, staying in the part of the chamber where zona incerta neurons … and more …read more

0

Optic probes shed light on binge-eating - MilTech

Optic probes shed light on binge-eatingMilTech“The parallel with human binge-eating is interesting,” van den Pol said. “The mice prefer the animal equivalent of potato chips, candy, or cake.” The mice seemed to enjoy the stimulation, staying in the part of the chamber where zona incerta neurons … …read more

0

Optic probes shed light on binge-eating - Yale News

Yale NewsActivating neurons in an area of the brain not previously associated with feeding can produce binge-eating behavior in mice, a new Yale study finds. When activated by light probes, GABA neurons in an area of the brain called the zona incerta induce … …read more

0

American Association for the Advancement of Science - EurekAlert (press release)

EurekAlert (press release)Intriguingly, patients receiving deep brain stimulation of the subthalamus, which includes the ZI, for the treatment of movement disorders can exhibit characteristics of binge eating. To explore this phenomenon in greater detail, Xiaobing Zhang and … …read more

0

Binge eating linked to neurological “flip switch” - Cosmos

CosmosBinge-eating might be prompted by a neurological “flip switch”, suggests new research based on experiments that prompted a mouse to eat more than a third of its daily food intake in just 10 minutes. The mouse’s binge was caused by stimulating a … …read more

0

Binge-eating made blue whales big: study - SBS

Binge-eating made blue whales big: studySBSBlue whales and other filter-feeding leviathans became giants when climate change introduced them to binge-eating, research has shown. At more than 30m long, the blue whale is the largest vertebrate animal that has ever lived. It also dwarfs its ancestors. and more …read more

1 477 478 479 480 481 627