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  1. New Binge Eating Disorder Drug Vyvanse: FAQ

    Feb. 3, 2015 -- The FDA has approved the first drug in the U.S. to treat binge eating disorder, Vyvanse. The agency says it might lessen the number of food binges for people with the condition. Vyvanse is already approved to treat ADHD. Binge eating disorder affects 1% to 5% of Americans, according

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  2. Vyvanse Approved for Binge-Eating Disorder

    MONDAY, Feb. 2, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat adults with recurring bouts of compulsive overeating known as binge-eating disorder. It's the first drug sanctioned in the United States to treat the dis

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  3. ADHD Drug Might Help Treat Binge-Eating Disorder

    By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Jan. 14, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may also help treat binge-eating disorder, preliminary research suggests. At higher doses tested, the prescription drug Vyvanse curtailed the excessive f

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  4. Urging Your Partner to Diet May Backfire

    By Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Aug. 8 (HealthDay News) -- Urging a partner to diet may seem like a supportive thing to do, but a new study finds it can trigger unhealthy habits such as fasting and taking diet pills -- measures that can then lead to severe eating disorders. Both wome

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  5. Depression and Binge Eating Linked in Teen Girls

    Dec. 13, 2011 -- Depression and binge eating may go hand in hand among teenage girls. New research shows that teen girls who are depressed are twice as likely to binge eat or overeat. The converse is also true: Teen girls who binge eat or overeat are two times more likely to become depressed than th

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  6. Binge Eating Often Overlooked in Men

    Oct. 27, 2011 -- Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia are more common among women than men. Binge eating, however, occurs at similar rates among both sexes. Yet men are rarely included in research studies on binge eating and its consequences and treatments, a study shows. The researchers an

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  7. 12-Week Program Curbs Binge Eating

    April 1, 2010 -- Binge eaters can help themselves eat less for up to a year by participating in a 12-week therapy program, new research indicates. The research, which produced two studies, shows that a majority of people participating in talk therapy sessions had stopped bingeing at the end of the p

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  8. Pregnancy Triggers Binge Eating in Some

    Sept. 7, 2007 - Many women with eating disorders go into remission while pregnant, but pregnancy appears to trigger one type of eating disorder in some, new research shows. In one of the first large, long-term studies to examine eating disorders in pregnancy, researchers from the University of North

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  9. 3% of Americans Are Binge Eating

    Feb. 1, 2007 -- Binge eating disrupts the lives of 3.5% of U.S. women and 2% of U.S. men for an average of eight years, a new survey shows. That makes binge eating more widespread than the other two eating disorders, anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Anorexia affects nearly 1% of women and 0.3%

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  10. Stressed? Watch Out for Binge Behavior

    April 12, 2006 -- When stress strikes, a certain hormone may boost binge behavior, researchers report in BMC Biology. The findings may help explain why stress sometimes leads to binge eating, drug addiction relapse, "and other excessive pursuits of rewards," write University of Michigan psychology r

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