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Using apps to treat binge eating disorder - iMedicalApps

iMedicalAppsResearch has demonstrated that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective way to treat patients with binge eating disorder (BED), but too few therapists are trained in both CBT and BED, leaving many patients with no place to turn. One option is … …read more

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Bristol University | News | July: binge eating - University of Bristol - University of Bristol

University of BristolA variation of a gene that can lead teenagers to binge eat has been identified by researchers. The work, carried out by academics at UCL and the universities of Bristol and Queensland, hope the finding will allow a better understanding of why binge … …read more

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Fat Fish and Obesity: Binge Eating Gene Shared With Humans - Nature World News

Nature World NewsIt may sound utterly outrageous, but experts are now arguing that some very fat and blind cave fish may hold the key to understanding humanity’s obesity problem. The same genes that apparently help these fish feast without constraint also happens to be … …read more

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Debunking myths about eating disorders - AOL.com - AOL News

Debunking myths about eating disorders – AOL.comAOL NewsUnfortunately, eating disorders such as binge eating, bulimia, exercise addiction, and anorexia have always been quite prevalent in the United States. With this prevalence comes ignorance. There are many stigmas associated with the disease (yes, eating … and more …read more

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Ovarian hormones may fuel binge eating risk - Futurity: Research News

Futurity: Research News“Following the same sample of women across the menstrual cycle, we found that the influence of genes on a binge eating behavior was up to four times higher in the high risk phases of the menstrual cycle than the low risk phases,” Klump says.Ovarian hormones play genes …read more

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Binge-Eating Fish Living in Caves Provide Insight Into Human Obesity Genetics - Newsweek

NewsweekGeneticists at Harvard Medical School have discovered that a certain type of cave-dwelling fish, known for its binge-eating habits, has the same genetic mutation found in a small population of severely overweight people. Researchers have already …Could binge-eating FISH shed light on human obesity?Daily MailObese men and women …read more

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Binge eating is a trap. Don't fall in. Try these 5 super tricks - India Today

India TodayStress, anxiety, happiness and sometimes just craving could make us all turn to binge eating. Defined by its mindless and compulsive nature, bingeing is what many of us turn to when our emotions are on a roller-coaster ride. Before we know it, we are … …read more

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Obese men and women have big appetites like binge-eating Mexican cave fish ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukA fat binge-eating fish is genetically wired for big appetites in the same way as obese humans, research has shown. Scientists believe the Mexican cave fish, whose apparent greed allows them to survive long periods without food, can help explain some …Fat fish illuminate human obesity: Binge-eating cavefish share …read more

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Fat fish illuminate human obesity: Binge-eating cavefish share mutated gene ... - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressBlind cavefish that have adapted to annual cycles of starvation and binge-eating have mutations in the gene MC4R, the same gene that is mutated in certain obese people with insatiable appetites, according to a new study led by Harvard Medical School …Could binge-eating FISH shed light on human …read more

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Could binge-eating FISH shed light on human obesity? - Daily Mail

Daily MailOver hundreds of thousands of years, the cave fish have adapted to the darkness by losing their eyes, as well as learning how to resist starvation by binge eating in times of plenty. Understanding how these fish have evolved to be fat might help …Fat fish illuminate human …read more

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