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Binge eating disorder, included only months ago as a diagnosable condition in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, may come with health risks just as dangerous as those associated with bulimia. Discussion about eating disorders tends to minimize the seriousness of binge eating disorder, chalking it up to an issue of self-control. Yet the …

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