Study Links Distinct Patterns of Childhood Trauma to Specific Eating Disorder Diagnoses

Beth Ellwood

A new study published in the Journal of Eating Disorders revealed high rates of adverse childhood experiences among patients with eating disorders. Different diagnoses were linked to specific patterns of trauma. For example, patients with binge eating disorder were especially likely to report a history of physical and emotional abuse.

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