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The media often portrays anorexia and bulimia as part of vanity, an obsession with beauty, or an aspiration to be fashionable. While all these may trigger an eating disorder, environmental factors are actually far less to blame than people think. A study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that about 60% of a …

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Does Dieting, Stress and Genetic Risk Factors Influence Anorexia?

In a new mouse study performed by researchers from Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), it appears certain genetic and environmental risk factors can trigger compulsive food restriction, much like what’s seen in individuals with anorexia. The Study The findings of this new study could help to identify new prevention and treatment strategies for eating disorders …

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Cellular Protein Linked To Regulation Of Binge Eating

Using experimental models, researchers from Boston University School of Medicine have determined that blocking the cellular protein known as the Sigma-1 receptor reduces episodes of binge eating and causes binge eaters to slow down their food consumption. The groundbreaking research which is published online in Neuropsychopharmacology offers important evidence behind the regulatory process involved in …

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Binge Eating Affects Work Performance

Not only can binge eating affect health and personal relationships, but a new study says that it can lower productivity at work, too. Researchers at the Department of Psychology at Wesleyan University in Connecticut surveyed 117,272 employees based in the U.S. Participants answered questions in four categories: missing work, showing up to work when sick, …

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