Short period of parental sexual contact prior pregnancy increases offspring risk of schizophrenia

Research has shown that many different genes may increase the risk of schizophrenia and also that interactions between genes and aspects of the individual’s environment, including exposure to viruses, malnutrition before birth, problems during birth, and/or psychosocial factors, are necessary for schizophrenia to develop. Previous research has shown that preeclampsia, the most common pregnancy complication […]

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