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bingeing

 [binj´ing]
engaging in a binge, especially of eating.

bingeing

A generic term for any prolonged period—hours to days—in which an addict ingests increased amounts of cocaine, crack, alcohol or another abuse substance, often without rest. Animal models for cocaine abuse become “bingers”; given unlimited access, rats “binge” to death within 2 weeks, and die of cardiorespiratory failure.
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Patients receiving the naloxone nasal spray achieved the study's primary endpoint by exhibiting a statistically significant reduction in time spent per week binge eating compared to those patients who received a placebo nasal spray, reducing their bingeing by 125 minutes per week compared to 84 minutes per week for placebo-treated subjects (p=0.
Fat bingeing behaviours developed in the rats with access to dietary fat on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays-the group with the most restricted access to the optional fat," Grigson said.
The 2010 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) found bingeing in virtually every state and in every population group, regardless of age, ethnicity race, and socioeconomic level.
This report describes the treatment of a woman with a diagnosis of binge eating disorder and a history of bingeing and periods of starvation throughout adolescence and adulthood.
Summary: The Home Secretary has announced that drinks promotions that encourage bingeing will be banned from April this year.
THE amount of alcohol British people drink has surged in recent decades, fuelled by plummeting prices and more women bingeing on alcohol.
SOHAM killer Ian Huntley has ballooned to almost 18 stone after bingeing on Wispa and Toffee Crisp choc bars in his cell.
Now I read that drinking every day is much more dangerous for your liver and so-called bingeing is better.
The 'Womaniser' singer is said to be refusing to stick to the 1,200 calories-a-day diet devised for her by her managers and has regularly been bingeing on fast food.
She told delegates: "Sometimes, surrounded by media reports on Botox and bingeing, it's easy to feel we lead in a moral vacuum, garden in a gale.
Mr Prescott, 69, left, admitted that he "took refuge" in bingeing on comfort food before vomiting it up during the stressful early years of Tony Blair's Labour government.
Mr Prescott, 69, admitted that he "took refuge" in bingeing on comfort food before vomiting it up during the stressful early years of Tony Blair's Labour government.