Could Infection, Inflammation, and Metabolic Alterations Early in Life Increase Risk for Psychosis?

Three-quarters of all psychiatric disorders occur by early adulthood (mid-20s). This fact suggests that bio-psychosocial factors occurring from the fetal period through early adulthood could play a crucial role in risk. This nonsystematic review sought to synthesize key epidemiological evidence of relevant risk factors.

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