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Increase in New-Onset Tics Linked to COVID-19 Stress

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A large, single-center study has noted an unusual increase in new-onset tics in patients with no previous history of these disorders. This has been linked to the psychological stress associated with COVID-19.The study, presented at the virtual International Congress of Parkinson′s Disease and Movement Disorders (MDS) 2021, demonstrated several cases of tic-like movements and vocalizations with an abrupt onset in older adolescents and adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. None of these indiv...
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