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By monitoring electrolyte levels researchers discovered eating disorders more than a year before a diagnosis and this means that patients might start receiving treatment for them sooner.
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The study found how people with electrolyte abnormalities were twice as likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder. Those with severe irregularities were five times more likely to be diagnosed.
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Binge eating disorder is wired in the brain from an early age. Researchers revealed neurobiology of binge eating disorder and how it differs between the sexes.
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Study revealed how binge eating disorder can have notable changes in brain structure between the sexes.
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Washington [US], October 22 (ANI): Scientists have uncovered the mechanism behind why eating late at night is linked to weight gain and diabetes. The connection between eating time, sleep and obesity is well-known but poorly understood, with research showing that over-nutrition can disrupt c
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Philadelphia [US], September 7 (ANI): Emotional eating, or using food as a coping strategy for unpleasant, uplifting, or stressful feelings, is linked to poor dietary habits and weight gain. Teenage susceptibility to emotional eating is covered in a research article that was published by Els
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Boston [US], August 23 (ANI): Posttraumatic stress disorder affects a lot of people (PTSD). This possibly chronic illness causes disruption in people's lives and might cause new health problems or make pre-existing ones worse, like despair, anxiety, eating disorders, and suicidal thoughts.
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Toronto [Canada], August 20 (ANI): According to a new study, more than half of men, women, and transgender or gender nonconforming participants consumed at least one "cheat meal" over the course of a year, which is the practice of deviating from one's established dietary practises to consume
Toronto [Canada], August 16 (ANI): Over the course of a year, more than half of men, women, and transgender or gender nonconforming participants engaged in at least one "cheat meal" -- the practice of deviating from one's established dietary practises to consume "prohibited" calorie dense me
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New York [US], April 8 (ANI): According to a new study, rising parental expectations and criticism are linked to an increase in perfectionism among college students, which can have damaging mental health consequences.
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Washington [US], February 12 (ANI): Research led by University of Arizona has found a brain region and neural circuitry that mediate satiation, which could help researchers better target drugs to treat eating disorders or weight management.
Washington [US], February 11 (ANI): New University of Arizona-led research has identified a brain region and neural circuitry that mediate satiation, which could help scientists better target drugs to treat eating disorders or manage weight.