City teenagers ‘40% more likely to experience psychosis’

Many studies have shown this increase in risk - likely due to higher rates of stress, poverty, etc.

Growing up among the high-rises, smog and bustling streets of a city may significantly increase the risk of psychotic episodes such as hearing voices and paranoia, a new study has shown.

Teenagers raised in major cities in England and Wales were 40 per cent more likely to have had psychotic experiences than those living in a rural environment.

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This is why when I was 22 and I thought I was gonna be famous and anointed Christ by dec 21 2012 I was gonna start a charity for "minorities with mental illness ". We all know cities have more minorities than suburbs and rural areas. Maybe I’ll still do this one day…