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a period of uncontrolled self-indulgence

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any act of immoderate indulgence

an occasion for excessive eating or drinking

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Binge drinking is known to pose safety risks associated with car crashes and injuries.
Researchers, concerned with their findings also cautioned that binge drinking at any age is highly harmful.
Binge drinking is defined as downing at least four drinks for women or five drinks for men in about two hours.
H1: The magnitude of psychological reactance is directly correlated with personal psychological reactance proneness, especially among binge drinking college students.
Among the landline respondents, the overall prevalence of binge drinking among adults in 2009 was 15% (compared with 14% in 1993), with more men reporting binge drinking than women (21% versus 10%, respectively).
Tennessee had the nation's lowest incidence of binge drinking at 6.
Binge eating frequently is related to emotional stress and mood problems.
Obesity, which occurs most often from overeating patterns directly associated with binge eating, is a complex phenomena, and the etiology of the disease is not quite clear.
This study uses a national data set not yet exploited in the alcohol-human capital literature, the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), to examine the relationship between teenage binge drinking and three measures of academic performance: pre-college GPA, receipt of an out-of-school suspension, and having an unexcused absence from school.
Figures released this month show that binge drinking, particularly among young people, is continuing to rise in Wales.
Binge eating; psychological factors, symptoms and treatment.
If comfort food is getting uncomfortable and binge eating is thwarting diet plans, then CRAVE is for you.
BINGE drinking among women has almost doubled in recent years, according to research being published today.
Recently, a group of college presidents joined forces to argue that the minimum legal drinking age should be lowered to 18 to decrease binge drinking on campuses.
Out of control" binge eaters may benefit from the Alzheimer's drug memantine, according to new research suggesting that the drug significantly reduces the frequency and severity of binge episodes, although it does not seem to induce weight loss.