Immigrants Suffer Higher Rates of Psychosis

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From The Conversation: Research suggest that immigrants experience psychosis at rates two to five times higher than non-immigrants, likely due to exclusion and discrimination. Maintaining strong ties to one’s original culture, as well as feeling included and welcomed, can help protect immigrants against psychosis.

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