Englisch: culture -bound syndromes
Bilis & colera (or muina) refers to a culture-bound syndrom, among Latinos which is describe as syndromes whose underlying cause is considered to be anger or rage. Symptoms can include tension, headache, screaming, trembling, stomach disturbances, and even chronic fatigue.

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