Eating disorders (EDs) are among the deadliest psychiatric disorders, altering cognitive function, judgment, emotional stability, and restricting the life activities of sufferers. 1 Early traumatic experiences or adverse events can have a tremendous impact on eating disturbance.1 Many studies have documented an association between trauma history in those struggling with EDs…


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