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The most common eating disorder is probably binge eating disorder, affecting 2-3% of the U.S. adult population at some point in their lifetime. 1 The qualifier “probably” is used here because, due to the secretive and private nature of binge eating disorder and eating disorders in general, accurate statistics are difficult to obtain. Although anorexia …

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Diuretics: The Water Pill

While diuretics can act as temporary eliminators of “water weight” from the body, they are not effective tools for weight loss. In the long run, diuretics can be dangerous and are not a weight loss solution recommended by physicians. What Are Diuretics? Diuretics, or “water pills,” encourage urination by increasing the flow of urine from …

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‘Binge Exercising’ Predicts Suicidal Behavior In People With Eating Disorders

Eating disorder patients who engage in excessive exercise are more likely to show suicidal behavior, a new study shows. Four separate studies from the same researchers at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, show that too much exercise can actually be a more dangerous habit than previously thought. In the first study, it was the only …

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Dopamine Release Different In The Brains Of Obese People With Binge Eating Disorder

A new study published in the journal, “Obesity,” shows that the brain activity in obese patients diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is different than that in obese subjects who do not have BED. In the study, funded in part by the National Institutes of Health, 10 obese subjects with BED and 8 obese subjects …

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