Jews more prone to schizophrenia than non-Jews

"HE MAKETH SORE, AND BINDETH UP; HE WOUNDETH, AND HIS HANDS MAKE WHOLE."
“HE MAKETH SORE, AND BINDETH UP;
HE WOUNDETH, AND HIS HANDS MAKE WHOLE.”

Scientists have discovered a gene that predisposes Ashkenazi Jews to schizophrenia.  For purely genetic reasons, these Jews  are 40 percent more likely to develop schizophrenia and related mental disorders than non-Jews, thereby proving conclusively that Jews are a ‘race’ as well as a culture.

Israeli and American scientists have discovered a gene among Ashkenazi Jews that increases their chances of developing the mental disorder schizophrenia, as well as schizo-affective disorder and manic depression. According to a study recently published in Nature Communications, the gene in question raises Ashkenazi Jews’ chances of experiencing the disorders by roughly 40%, and by 15% in the general population. Read More