- For refugees, another risk: Schizophrenia
- Refugees face a much higher risk of experiencing psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia, than native-born residents and other migrants, according to a study of 1.3 million people in Sweden.
- Rare single gene mutation increases risk of schizophrenia 35-fold
- This article was written by Elizabeth Tunbridge from the University of Oxford, and was originally published by The Conversation.
- Clearing up misconceptions of schizophrenia
- It affects about one-percent of the population, but experts say the more people know about it, the better off people who suffer from the disease are. 27-year-old Darryl Hargrove recently got help at the Horizon House updating his resume.
- Vraylar now available in US for bipolar mania, schizophrenia
- “The important differences in how patients with bipolar I disorder and schizophrenia respond to treatment underscore the need for more treatment options for these serious illnesses,” Gary Sachs, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical ...
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