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Treatment For Binge Eating Disorder

The treatment for binge eating disorder will most likely include a multidisciplinary approach combining therapy, dietary modifications, and perhaps even medications. Treatment for binge eating disorder may be either inpatient at a residential facility or outpatient in nature. Because currently there is no official diagnosis for binge eating disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, …

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When it comes to eating disorder behaviors, parents and children aren’t seeing things eye-to-eye, new research reports. A study published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders found that adolescents reported more severe eating disorder thoughts and beliefs than their parents did – a fact that should concern families struggling with a member who has …

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