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New Tool Helps ID Vets at Risk of Violence

June 5th, 2014
New Tool Helps ID Vets at Risk of ViolenceResearchers have developed a new screening tool to help clinicians identify which veterans may be at greater risk of violence. The screening tool, called the Violence Screening ...

Teens with Alternative Self-Identity More Likely to Self-Harm

May 27th, 2014
Teens with Alternative Self-Identity More Likely to Self-HarmA new European study revealed that around half (45.5 percent) of teens in alternative subcultures self-injure and nearly 1 in 5 (17.2 percent) attempt suicide. Researchers from the Medical ...

Neural Dysfunction Tied to Schizophrenia Symptoms

April 3rd, 2014
Neural Dysfunction Tied to Schizophrenia SymptomsPeople with schizophrenia misinterpret what they see and experience in the world, and new research provides insight into brain mechanisms that might be responsible for this misinterpretation. Researchers at the ...

Frequent School Moves May Up Risk of a ‘Psychotic-Like’ Symptom by Teens

February 19th, 2014
Frequent School Moves May Up Risk of a 'Psychotic-Like' Symptom by TeensUK researchers have ascertained that moving between schools during childhood can increase the risk of psychotic symptoms in later years. Investigators discovered school mobility ...

HIV More Prevalent Among People with Mental Problems

February 14th, 2014
HIV More Prevalent Among People with Mental ProblemsNew public health research discovers people receiving mental health care are up to four times more likely to be infected with HIV than the general population. In a ...

Environmental Blood Markers Linked with Schizophrenia

January 10th, 2014
Environmental Blood Markers Linked with SchizophreniaA new international study finds that environmental effects that may influence schizophrenia may be tracked as blood markers, potentially aiding early identification of the disease. The environmental factors include oxygen ...

New Screening for Adult Autism Aids in Diagnosis

December 12th, 2013
New Screening for Adult Autism Aids in DiagnosisThe recent “coming out” by Scottish singer Susan Boyle, who found she has high-functioning autism, also known as Asperger syndrome, improves awareness and shows that those with autism spectrum disorders can ...

Too Much TV Can Stall Aspects of Cognitive Development

November 23rd, 2013
Too Much TV Can Stall Aspects of Cognitive Development  New research has found that preschoolers who have a television in their bedroom and are exposed to more background TV have a weaker understanding of ...

Brain Eases the Pain of Social Rejection

October 11th, 2013
Brain Eases the Pain of Social RejectionNew research shows that the brain responds to social rejection in much the same way it helps manage physical pain. University of Michigan investigators also discovered that people who score ...

Risk Factors for Adult Video-Game Addiction

September 24th, 2013
Risk Factors for Adult Video-Game Addiction Emerging research suggests individual motives often contribute to unhealthy game play with the biggest risk factor occurring when individuals play games to escape from daily life. University of Missouri investigators ...

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