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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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Identify Emotional Eating

Everyone uses food for comfort from time to time. It’s normal – and healthy – to cope with negative feelings by using things that makes us feel better, both physically and emotionally. Yet filling the void with food can become a problem when emotional eating happens consistently and, moreover, when the food itself becomes a …

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Binge Eating Linked To Suicide Risk

Young women who experience body dissatisfaction due to binge eating disorder (BED) are more likely to suffer from anxiety and depression, new research reports. Not only that, but this population also has an increased risk for suicide, the Bloomberg School of Public Health study found. Internalization of emotions Young women with mood disorders and body …

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Go Bare-Faced On Social Media For Eating Disorders Awareness Week

It’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week, so stand in solidarity by doing something drastic: snap a photo of yourself makeup-free and share it on your social media profiles. This is the call to action by the Renfrew Center Foundation, which is sponsoring the 2nd annual “Barefaced & Beautiful, Without & Within” campaign from Feb. 24th to …

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