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Obesity among children has grown substantially over the past few years. It is estimated that between 16 and 33 percent of children and adolescents in the US are obese. Obese children are at risk of becoming overweight adults, increasing the probability that they will suffer from weight related illnesses such as type 2 diabetes, high …

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What Is Compulsive Overeating?

A person with symptoms of compulsive overeating is characterized as having an addiction to food. Compulsive eating is used to hide or manage emotions, fill emotional voids or copy with daily stresses. Unlike a person with bulimia, a person with compulsive overeating disorder does not purge the excessive food ingested. This excessive consumption can cause …

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Stress Reduction And Mindful Eating Help Obese Women Avoid Weight Gain

A new study by University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) researchers has determined that weight gain may be prevented without dieting through the use of simple mindful eating and stress reduction techniques. The study which is published online in the Journal of Obesity provides more clues into the link between stress and the stress hormone …

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