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Teen Girls With Tics Had One Thing in Common – Newser

They watched a lot of TikTok videos

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About a decade ago in upstate New York, a group of teen girls inexplicably developed tics—verbal outbursts, twitches, etc.—for no apparent reason. The phenomenon in Le Roy was diagnosed as a case of “mass psychogenic illness.” The incident is cited…

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