Latest Causes of schizophrenia Stories

2010-03-02 08:24:13

The underlying causes of the debilitating psychiatric disorder schizophrenia remain poorly understood.

2010-03-01 15:41:04

Offspring of two parents with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder appear more likely to develop the same illness or another psychiatric condition than those with only one parent with psychiatric illness

2010-02-24 14:32:52

Schizophrenia is an incredibly complex and profoundly debilitating disorder that typically manifests in early adulthood but is thought to arise, at least in part, from pathological disturbances occurring during very early brain development.

2010-02-01 18:27:19

Potentially beneficial brain changes (an increase in the volume of an area known as the hippocampus) occur in response to exercise both in patients with schizophrenia and healthy controls.

2010-01-28 12:44:55

New TAU study shows early intervention could prevent mind altering disorder.

2010-01-21 14:15:04

Years before adults develop schizophrenia, there is a pattern of cognitive difficulties they experience as children, including problems with verbal reasoning, working memory, attention and processing speed.

2010-01-19 19:15:14

People who inherit a specific form of a gene that puts them on a road to schizophrenia may be protected against some forms of cancer, according to a new study by scientists at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research.

2010-01-15 08:30:00

A new study has found no link in the theory that the flu pandemic of 1957 caused a risk for schizophrenia.

2010-01-05 15:54:52

Mouse study links timing of expression to various abnormalities.

2010-01-05 11:07:00

WATERTOWN, Mass., Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- EnVivo Pharmaceuticals today announced the initiation and dosing of patients in a Phase 2b study of its EVP-6124 compound, a selective alpha-7 nicotinic agonist in patients with schizophrenia.

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