Teresa Saraiva Leão

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The main aims of this study were to investigate whether the increased risk of psychotic disorders among certain immigrant groups is present in the next generation and whether having one parent born in Sweden has a protective effect on the risk of psychotic disorders among second-generation immigrants. In total, 2,243,546 individuals were followed from(More)
OBJECTIVE Increasing global migration has led to profound demographic changes in most industrialised countries. A growing body of research has investigated various health aspects among immigrant groups and found that some immigrant groups have poorer health than the majority population. It has been suggested that poor acculturation in the host country could(More)
The detrimental effects of substance abuse on the individual and on society are well known. Health care resources must target where they are most needed. This study investigated (1) whether the increased risk of being hospitalized for alcohol abuse and drug abuse among certain immigrant groups is present in the next generation and (2) whether having one(More)
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