Increased number of Israeli teens reporting tics, study shows
According to a new study, Israeli teens also report tics more often than their parents do for them, and more often than British or American teens do.
More than 4 percent of Israelis between 14 and 17 have told doctors they suffer from involuntary tics, with the frequency even higher in the Arab community, a new study shows.
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