Latest Psychosis Stories
A new study has found that people who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia are six times more likely to develop epilepsy.
The classic symptoms of schizophrenia – paranoia, hallucinations, the inability to function socially—can be managed with antipsychotic drugs.
Concern about the capacity of individuals with schizophrenia to consent to clinical research studies has largely focused on impairment due to psychotic symptoms associated with the disorder.
Researchers have revealed the molecular pathway that is affected during the onset of schizophrenia and successfully alleviated symptoms of the illness in mice, using a cancer drug currently in advanced clinical trials.
De novo mutations â€“ genetic errors that are present in patients but not in their parents â€“ are more frequent in schizophrenic patients than in normal individuals.
A new study has found that there is no physical explanation for delusional infestations, and those patients who complained of being infected with bugs or eggs generally had a clean report on medical exams.
Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder that currently affects about one in every 200 people.
Research has identified a critical brain pathway responsible for the effects of cannabinoid drugs on how the brain processes emotional information.
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