Yoga Therapy for Binge Eaters
... 30 /PRNewswire/ -- What does yoga have to do with binge
eating? Apparently quite a bit. In a study ... in master's and doctorate degrees in psychology, binge
eaters who participated in a 10-week yoga therapy program had their binge
eating episodes drop from about five to less than ...
At U.S. Colleges, Binge Drinking Is on the Rise
MONDAY, June 15 (HealthDay News) -- binge
drinking among American college students is on ... Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. binge
drinking also increased during this time, with ... the proportions of college students who engage in binge
drinking has increased," said lead researcher ...
Zero tolerance alcohol policy good choice for parents
... may increase the likelihood that their children binge
drink in college.
Research conducted by Caitlin ... say that they regularly engage in some type of binge
To see if parents permitting underage alcohol use might be an underlying cause of binge
drinking, Abar surveyed almost 300 college ...
Binge Drinking May Damage Teens' Brains
... April 22 (HealthDay News) -- When teens go on a binge
drinking episode, they may be doing serious ... that these adolescents who had histories of binge
drinking showed significantly poorer quality of ... Tapert said. "It could be that episodes of binge
drinking during the teenage years, when their ...
Typical Binge Drinker Is Young White Male
THURSDAY, April 2 (HealthDay News) -- binge
drinking in the United States is most common ... a study released Thursday.
The study defined binge
drinking as having five or more drinks on one ... and Prevention (CDC) researchers also found that binge
drinkers reported an average of ...
The Dark Side of Vegetarianism
... current vegetarians may be at increased risk for binge
eating, while former vegetarians may be at ...
Each participant was questioned about binge
eating, whether they felt a loss of control of ... the study found.
In addition, among teenagers, binge
eating and loss of control over eating habits was ...
New study finds daily drinking is biggest risk factor in serious liver disease
... Long-term daily drinking, rather than weekly binge
drinking, is by far the biggest risk factor in ... or near daily heavy drinking, not episodic or binge
drinking, and this regular drinking pattern is ... the frequency of drinking occasions as we do to binge
"The transition from a late teenage ...
How multiple childhood maltreatments lead to greater adolescent binge drinking
... maltreatment are robust risk factors for underage binge
drinking based on a national multi-year study ... issue of Addictive Behaviors , explored how binge
drinking consuming five or more alcoholic drinks ... Researchers examined the relationship of binge
drinking with the co-occurrence of specific ...
Owning alcohol-branded merchandise associated with teen drinking behaviors
... from susceptibility, to beginning drinking, to binge
drinking, according to a report in the March ... both predicted the initiation of alcohol use and binge
drinking, even after controlling for other risk ... study shows that ownership is associated with binge
drinking, a cause of death and injury during ...
Alcohol-Branded Apparel Linked to Adolescent Drinking
... and T-shirts are likely to drink more or become binge
drinkers, researchers say
MONDAY, ... are more likely to start drinking and become binge
drinkers, a new study contends.
The Dartmouth ... to adolescent drinking and outcomes such as binge
drinking that can result in illness and death. In ...
Binge in Medical Technology
Binge in Medical Dictionary
eating Definition: binge
eating is an eating disorder characterized by eating more than needed to satisfy hunger. binge
eating disorder is a newly recognized condition ...
... (See " Bulimia .") ... bulimia An eating disorder characterized by binge
eating followed by vomiting or use of laxatives. Usually caused by a ... Eating disorders , such as anorexia nervosa , bulimia nervosa , and binge
eating , affect over five million American women and men. Fifteen percent ...
... ... Eating disorder s . Anorexia nervosa , bulimia nervosa , and binge
eating disorder (BED) frequently occur in adolescent girls. Eating disorder s , such as anorexia nervosa , bulimia nervosa , and binge
eating , affect over five million American women and men. Fifteen percent ...
... Eating disorders , such as anorexia nervosa , bulimia nervosa , and binge
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eating disorder (BED) frequently occur in adolescent girls. Tr eating ...
... and the gonad s ( testes and ovaries). Northern En gland 'worst for binge
drinking' 7 August 2006 People living in the North of En gland are more likely to die earlier due to binge
drinking than their counterparts in the south, new research has shown. ...
... Trouble concentrating Fatigue or low energy Food cravings or binge
eating ... Joint Replacement Surgery Of The Hand - ... , epilepsy , styes , acne , alcohol abuse , craving for sweet things, binge
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... ( Alcoholic Liver Disease ) ... Alcohol abuse rs are "problem drinkers", that is, they may have legal problems, such as drinking and driving, or binge
drinking (drinking 6 or more drinks on one occasion). Alcohol abuse refers to excessive or problematic use with one or more of the following: ...
... . Your doctor might ask you questions like How do you rate your confidence that you can get and keep an erection? alcohol use , including binge
drinking cocaine abuse risky sexual behavior s, including sex before age 15 and with many partners smoking suicidal attempts or thoughts ...
... Alcohol poisoning : A serious consequence of binge
drinking Bipolar disorder and alcoholism : Are they related? Schizophrenia and drug abuse : Are they related? Tool ... More than 1,000 ...
... body weight and claiming to feel fat even when they're very thin. Eating disorders , such as anorexia nervosa , bulimia nervosa , and binge
eating , affect over five million American women and men. Fifteen percent of young women have substantially disordered attitudes toward eating and ...
Binge in Biological News
News from the April 2009 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
... or obese, they may be at increased risk for binge
eating with loss of control, and former ... adult vegetarians were also more likely to report binge
eating with loss of control compared to ... risk for disordered eating behaviors, such as binge
eating and unhealthful weight-control behaviors. ...
Intervention method reduces binge drinking
... on an intervention designed to reduce college binge
drinking. The Southern Methodist Alcohol Research ... is a step universities can take toward reducing binge
drinking on their campuses. "This is a big part ... a year among college students. NIAAA defines binge
drinking as a pattern that brings a person's ...
Why binge drinking is bad for your bones
... -- Studies in recent years have demonstrated that binge
drinking can decrease bone mass and bone ... rats given an amount of alcohol equivalent to binge
drinking show significant decreases in bone mineral density and bone strength. (In humans, binge
drinking is defined as a woman having at least ...
Alcohol binges early in pregnancy increase risk of infant oral clefts
... of Health, shows that pregnant women who binge
drink early in their pregnancy increase the ... the longer the fetus is exposed. A single binge
during a critical period of an infant's ... percent of Norwegian women reported at least one binge
drinking episode early during pregnancy.
Starting university may be hazardous to your health: study
... three times more likely to report symptoms of binge
eating compared to those students living with ... were three times as likely to report symptoms of binge
eating when entering their first year of studies. ... months of fall term. Variables studied included binge
eating symptoms, body dissatisfaction, living ...
U of M study identifies risk factors of disordered eating in overweight youth
... risk of engaging in extreme weight control behaviors such as self-induced vomiting, the use of diet pills, laxatives, and diuretics, as well as binge
eating. Overweight youth with certain socio-environmental, psychological, and behavioral tendencies, such as reading magazine articles about dieting, ...
Society for Prevention Research Meeting in Washington, D.C., May 27-29, 2009
... for the "forbidden fruit." Yet research has shown that teens in Europe tend to drink as or more often than Americans and are more likely to engage in binge
drinking than American youth. What do we really know about teen drinking in the US and in Europe?
Mother-Daughter Relationships: How do they ...
Forward planning release from the BA
The cultural evolution of human groups: from the development of ethnic identities to why human societies modernise
drinking and cognitive processes: why are some young people drinking heavily, and what long-lasting effects could it be having on their brains?
Pediatricians alerted to the developmental nature of underage drinking in special journal supplement
... determine the risk of alcohol dependence is a relatively new scientific approach that is bearing results. For example, according to recent research, binge
drinking by young people makes them more vulnerable to the development of alcohol dependence over a lifetime. Further, risk of an individuals ...
Adolescent girls with ADHD are at increased risk for eating disorders, study shows
... ADHD, a new study has found.
"Adolescent girls with ADHD frequently develop body-image dissatisfaction and may go through repeating cycles of binge
eating and purging behaviors that are common in bulimia nervosa," said University of Virginia psychologist Amori Yee Mikami, who led the study.
Binge in Biological Technology
Catalyst Pharmaceutical Partners Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2008 Financial Results
... addiction, as well as pilot studies for other addictions, such as alcohol and nicotine abuse, and obsessive-compulsive disorders, including binge
For the year ended December 31, 2008, the Company's net loss was $10,564,597, or $0.81 per basic and diluted ...
Catalyst Pharmaceutical Partners Reports Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results
... the third quarter of 2009, respectively."
"Additionally, we expect to launch other Phase II trials this year in
indications which could include binge
eating disorder and alcohol
dependence. As we previously discussed, it is likely that Catalyst will
seek partners for these indications."
UW Journalism School Software Expands Web-Based Research
... she says.
She noted that the Web-based surveys also enable students to respond anonymously on sensitive subjects such as date rape, drug use and binge
drinking. And, she says, when students review the findings, they also get an introduction to spreadsheet management - a valuable tool for practicing ...