Which migrants are at highest risk of psychotic disorder?

A study has identified that 'specific migrant groups have a dramatically elevated risk'

Young immigrants from Africa have a dramatically elevated risk of developing a psychotic disorder compared with Australian-born young adults, researchers have found in the first study of its kind.

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Data from Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health in Melbourne, suggest that young people from Sub-Saharan Africa have a threefold increased risk of the disease.

The risk among first-generation migrants from Kenya was 10-fold, Sudan sevenfold, Ethiopia sixfold and Somalia fourfold compared with Australian

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