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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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Can Electricity Cure Bulimia? Eating Disorder Treatment Shows Promise - Medical Daily

Medical DailyResearchers hope an electric current will stop people with the eating disorder bulimia from having the urge to binge-eat and then punish their bodies. A study in PLOS One says sending an electrical current into the part of the brain called the …Electric-shock back in vogue as anti-bulimia …read more

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11 Things to Tell Yourself When You're About to Binge Eat - Yahoo News

11 Things to Tell Yourself When You’re About to Binge EatYahoo NewsIndeed, Friedman says, just 20 to 30 minutes of physical activity a day has been shown to reduce the urge to binge significantly. “There are so many lifestyle aspects” to binge eating disorder treatment, she says. “If you’re …read more

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Electric-shock back in vogue as anti-bulimia therapy - West - Welfare Society Territory

West – Welfare Society TerritoryDespite the fact that it conjures up scary images, electric shock might be a valid cure for bulimia. According to a recent study published in Plos One, this method could reduce the primary symptoms of this eating disorder. … The targeted electric … and more …read more

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Scientists have found a way to treat binge eating - and it's all in the brain - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorLead researcher Dr Maria Kekic, from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College, London, said: “Our study suggests that a non-invasive brain stimulation technique suppresses the urge to binge eat and reduces the … …read more

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Binge-eating treated by electrically stimulating parts of brain - Isle of Man Today

Binge-eating treated by electrically stimulating parts of brainIsle of Man TodayBinge-eating treated by electrically stimulating parts of brain. 22:11 Thursday 26 January 2017. Binge-eating can be treated by electrically stimulating specific parts of the brain, research has shown. The treatment aims to help people suffering from … …read more

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Binge-eating treated by electrically stimulating parts of brain - East Lothian Courier

East Lothian CourierThe non-invasive technique can reduce key symptoms of the eating disorder bulimia nervosa, including the urge to binge-eat and restrict food intake, say scientists. Bulimia is characterised by a vicious cycle of repeated obsessive eating and vomiting … …read more

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Binge-eating treated by electrically stimulating parts of brain - East Lothian Courier

East Lothian CourierThe non-invasive technique can reduce key symptoms of the eating disorder bulimia nervosa, including the urge to binge-eat and restrict food intake, say scientists. Bulimia is characterised by a vicious cycle of repeated obsessive eating and vomiting … …read more

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