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Does Binge Watching Causes Binge Eating?

Researchers describe binge eating as eating a large amount of food in a short period of time (without a harmful purging episode). A recent study has found new evidence that suggests binge eaters are likely to experience more episodes of compulsive eating while watching television. The study was published in the January 2014 issue of Eating Behaviors, and . . . . Continue Reading


Pfizer Sued for Causing Addiction

It is not that out of the ordinary that Big Pharma is sued by people who suffer from side effects caused by their drugs. These kinds of cases you hear about all the time. You probably see a commercial for a drug, then weeks later see a commercial for a lawyer on a crusade against . . . . Continue Reading


Eating Disorders in Middle Aged Women

Starvation and binge strategies for weight loss are a terrible and devastating part of developing eating disorders. Engaging in self-destructive activities that have a severe effect on the body, and that in the past have been considered ‘teenage behaviors’ are actually not exclusive to the younger crowd, and are being found more and more in . . . . Continue Reading


8 Signs Your Eating is Disordered

Disordered eating is its own diagnosis and is sort of an umbrella term to describe a wide range of irregular eating behaviors that don’t fit the specific and narrow criteria for certain, already established eating disorders, like anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. You’re eating habits might be considered disordered if they mirror several but not . . . . Continue Reading


5 Signs of Disordered Eating

Disordered eating is a classification in the DSM-IV, which is the bible of the medical field, to describe a wide range of irregular eating behaviors that do not warrant a diagnosis of a specific eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. Disordered eating can include behaviors which reflect many but not all of . . . . Continue Reading


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