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Binge Eating Disorder is characterized by frequent episodes of binge eating. Individuals feel loss of control during these binge episodes. The binge eating can lead to serious health consequences such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure) and heart disease.
APA releases proposed draft diagnostic criteria for DSM-5

APA releases proposed draft diagnostic criteria for DSM-5

Psychotherapy may prevent obesity in teenage girls

Psychotherapy may prevent obesity in teenage girls

Interpersonal Psychotherapy may hold hope for teenager girls at risk of obesity

Interpersonal Psychotherapy may hold hope for teenager girls at risk of obesity

Eating disorder groups say BMI fuels weight-prejudice and urge to focus on health and lifestyle

Eating disorder groups say BMI fuels weight-prejudice and urge to focus on health and lifestyle

Tips for people with eating disorder

Tips for people with eating disorder

Lightlake Therapeutics granted ethical approval for gene testing subjects in obesity treatment trial

Lightlake Therapeutics granted ethical approval for gene testing subjects in obesity treatment trial

Rates of binge eating among adult women identical across race but not among college age women

Rates of binge eating among adult women identical across race but not among college age women

Cognitive behavioral therapy effective for bulimia and binge eating disorders

Cognitive behavioral therapy effective for bulimia and binge eating disorders

Sugar is addictive

Sugar is addictive

Dealing with the festive season when you have an eating disorder

Dealing with the festive season when you have an eating disorder

65% of women in U.S. have eating disorders

65% of women in U.S. have eating disorders

Study shows inadequate diagnostic criteria for eating disorders

Study shows inadequate diagnostic criteria for eating disorders

Pregnancy may open a window of vulnerability for developing binge eating disorder

Pregnancy may open a window of vulnerability for developing binge eating disorder

Animal model for binge eating disorder

Animal model for binge eating disorder

Gay and bisexual men may be at far higher risk for eating disorders

Gay and bisexual men may be at far higher risk for eating disorders