Lower number of positive experiences tied to higher binge eating, less intuitive eating

Findings show doubling of odds of physical multimorbidity with eating disorder

Having lower household income, identifying as gay or bisexual tied to higher odds

Hospital admissions increased only for adolescents, while decrease was seen for adults, especially those aged 41 to 105 years

After accounting for baseline alcohol problems, only bulimia in men and women, drive for thinness in men linked to later alcohol problems

Prevalence of eating disorders more than doubled during pandemic in 13- to 18-year-old girls, with similar trend, but lower prevalence, in boys

However, these factors are not enough to fully overcome weight-stigmatizing experiences

Findings based on global review of 50 studies in 17 countries

Disordered eating more common among girls and among youths of older age and higher body mass index