Economic Costs of Eating Disorders by State

In June 2020, STRIPED, in collaboration with the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) and Deloitte Access Economics conducted the most comprehensive examination to date of the social and economic burden of eating disorders in the United States. The product of a yearlong collaboration, the report provides a critical new body of evidence on the devastating impact of eating disorders on individuals, families, and society. We also present costs and key findings by state, which we generated by extrapolating to each state from the national data proportionate to each state’s population size.

Click below to see your state’s social and economic costs of eating disorders.

Note: State-level data are estimates extrapolated from national data from the U.S. Census Bureau population statistics (2018) (Link to data), Geller et al. Emergency Department Visits for Adverse Events Related to Dietary Supplements. N Engl J Med. 2015;373(16):1531-1540. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMsa1504267 (Link to article), and the STRIPED Social and Economic Costs of Eating Disorders in the United States of America report (2020) (Link to report).

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South Carolina
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