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How to Spot and Treat Binge Eating Disorder

February 21, 2019
U.S. News & World Report
As Sheldon experienced, the condition can affect every aspect of well-being, from occupation and income to relationships and health.

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Many people with BED also have at least one other psychiatric condition like depression or anxiety, says Julie Friedman, a health psychologist in Chicago who serves as national senior director of the Binge Eating Treatment and Recovery Program for the Eating Recovery Center. "It is serious, and it has lasting implications on someones emotional health, mental health and physical health," she says.

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