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Could the immune dysfunction that causes severe COVID in people with schizophrenia be what drives their psychotic symptoms?
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A news study finds that only 8% of mass shooters suffer from serious mental illness.
The med addresses the difficulty feeling pleasure and other emotions that characterize this mental disorder.
Individuals with any mental health disorder are 25% less likely to get screened.
Misdiagnosis of this severe mental disorder may be more common among people who reported hearing voices or experienced anxiety.
Research suggests music may improve the global and mental state of patients and their ability to function socially.
A six-month implant of risperidone might be a good alternative to oral doses. Here’s why.
A single DNA mutation might be the root cause of both autism spectrum disorder and schizophrenia.
A recent study using the skin cells of patients with this mental disorder may have uncovered how the illness develops early in life.
This could help explain why schizophrenics are often heavy smokers.
Scientists recently uncovered a direct link between the long-term mental illness and the blood sugar disorder.
One of the first studies of its kind identifies a potential genetic link for certain mental disorders.
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Several medications are available to help combat the anxiety, hyperactivity and disruptive behavior people with mental illness often face.
Doling out hIgh doses of antipsychotic drugs may not be the best approach to tackling this common mental illness.
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