Adolescents hospitalized for psychiatric disorders are more likely to report higher degrees of emotional distress as adults The Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medication reports that adolescents hospitalized for psychiatric disorders are more likely to report higher levels of emotional distress as adults, and so are less likely to graduate from high school and complete college or graduate school. Based on the article, adolescent psychiatric disease is associated with later psychological difficulties, family and parental stress, and lost educational and economic opportunity.The villagers have all descended from Conversos, Sephardic Jews from Spain and Portugal who were forced to convert to Christianity in the 1490s but were nonetheless persecuted during the Spanish Inquisition period. What comes as a shock is that they are almost free of two age-related diseases also, cancer and diabetes also if they’re obese. Dr. Jaime Guevara-Aguirre, an Ecuadorean physician and diabetes professional studied 99 of these villagers for 24 years. He uncovered them when traveling on horseback to a roadless mountain village. Most such villages are inhabited by Indians, but these were Europeans, with Spanish surnames typical of conversos.