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Almost a quarter of teenagers reported spending three or more hours watching television on an average school day in 2015.
However, certain outdoor activities still remain popular with modern teenagers, with 24 percent of American youth participating in road, mountain, and BMX biking in the same time frame.
Schizophrenia is not generally recognized to be occurring until after truly odd and irrational behaviors are expressed during what is called a "psychotic break", or "first break".
Though the schizophrenic person's internal experience during psychosis may be terrifying, it is the outward symptoms characteristic of the psychotic break that are noticed by family members and others: changes in self-care, sleeping or eating patterns, weakness, lack of energy, headaches, changes in school or work performance, strange sensations, and confused, strange, or bizarre thinking that gets expressed as bizarre behavior.
About 1.5 million people will be diagnosed with schizophrenia this year around the world.