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After Massive Upset, There's a New Top Dog in Competitive Eating - New York Magazine

New York MagazineToday’s surprise upset in Coney Island marks the most dramatic news in competitive binge-eating since Chestnut defeated the previous longtime victor, Takeru “Tsunami” Kobayashi in 2007. Said Chestnut after his loss, “I just didn’t find my rhythm. He …8-time champ Joey Chestnut lost this year’s hot dog …read more

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8-time champ Joey Chestnut lost this year's hot dog eating contest - The Week Magazine

The Week Magazine“I trained hard for this, and I came prepared,” Stonie said. Chestnut still has claim to the contest record, though, since he polished off 69 dogs in 2013 — good news for those of you who worried the man famous for binge-eating fast food might’ve lost …Nathan’s …read more

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Think men aren't at risk for an eating disorder? Think again. - AL.com

AL.comThe more likely disorder for both genders, but especially for men, is binge eating. In this form, according to Boggiano, men account for 35 to 40 percent of cases. For men who are struggling, it can be liberating to realize that their condition has a name. …read more

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Binge Eating Disorder Market Research Report 2014: Radiant Insights, Inc - Medgadget.com (blog)

Binge Eating Disorder Market Research Report 2014: Radiant Insights, IncMedgadget.com (blog)Global Markets Direct’s, ‘Binge Eating Disorder – Pipeline Review, H2 2014′, provides an overview of the Binge Eating Disorder’s therapeutic pipeline. This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Binge Eating … …read more

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Say no to binge eating - Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman“Eating too frequently, especially when we are not hungry, is a major potential cause of weight gain,” said study author Stephanie Fay who conducted the study at Queensland University of Technology in Australia. “Excessive portion size and energy-dense … and more …read more

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Yes, men get eating disorders, too - The Seattle Times

The Seattle TimesMales account for at least 10 percent of diagnosed cases of eating disorders, but because men are less likely to get professional help, the actual percentage could be 25 to 40 percent. “We had a saying in medical school, ‘When you don’t look for zebras … …read more

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6 ways to stop binge eating during iftar - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneBeen struggling during taraweeh? Or perhaps moving from your chair post iftari? You’re not alone. While Ramazan is all about practicing restraint and incorporating good habits into our lives, over-eating during this month is a fairly common phenomenon. …read more

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Research and Markets: Binge Eating Disorder Pipeline Review 2015 - 5 ... - Digital Journal

Research and Markets: Binge Eating Disorder Pipeline Review 2015 – 5 …Digital JournalThis report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Binge Eating Disorder, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration … and more …read more

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Research and Markets: Binge Eating Disorder Pipeline Review 2015 - 5 ... - Business Wire (press release)

Research and Markets: Binge Eating Disorder Pipeline Review 2015 – 5 …Business Wire (press release)This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Binge Eating Disorder, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration … and more …read more

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Explore binge eating disorder pipeline review, H1, pharmaceutical research ... - WhaTech

Explore binge eating disorder pipeline review, H1, pharmaceutical research …WhaTechThis report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Binge Eating Disorder, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration … and more …read more

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