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Frequent school moves can increase the risk of psychotic symptoms in early adolescence

Researchers have shown that frequently changing schools during childhood can increase the risk of psychotic symptoms in later years. Scientists found that school mobility during childhood heightens the risk of developing psychotic-like symptoms in early adolescence by up to 60%. Suffering from psychotic-like symptoms at young age is strongly associated with mental health problems in adulthood, including psychotic disorders and suicide.
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