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Women at Risk for Postpartum Psychosis Need Closer Monitoring

July 15th, 2013
Women at Risk for Postpartum Psychosis Need Closer MonitoringPregnant women with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, or a personal or family history of postpartum psychosis, should be closely monitored by a multidisciplinary care team for at least three months ...

‘Avatar Therapy’ Can Tame Tormenting Voices in Schizophrenia

June 1st, 2013
'Avatar Therapy' Can Tame Tormenting Voices in SchizophreniaWhat would happen if a tormenting inner voice were given an avatar?  Would it help a patient with schizophrenia cope with that voice?  New ...

For Specific Genotype, Supplements May Help Improve Negative Schizophrenia Symptoms

March 7th, 2013
For Specific Genotype, Supplements May Help Improve Negative Schizophrenia Symptoms  Emerging research suggests adding the dietary supplements folate and vitamin B12 to treatment with antipsychotic medication probably does not improve the negative ...

Bullied Children May Have More Psychiatric Issues as Adults

February 21st, 2013
Bullied Children May Have More Psychiatric Issues as Adults   A new study discovers bullied children grow into adults who are at increased ...

Decline in Teen Verbal Skills Linked to Later Psychosis

January 27th, 2013
Decline in Teen Verbal Skills Linked to Later PsychosisTeens who experience a decline in verbal skills, compared to their peers of friends, are at increased risk ...

Current Use Ups Risk of Psychosis Among Long-Term Meth Users

January 26th, 2013
Current Use Ups Risk of Psychosis Among Long-Term Meth UsersAmong long-term methamphetamine users, the risk of developing symptoms of psychosis is five times more ...

Imaging Study Maps Brain Activity in Borderline Personality Disorder

January 16th, 2013
Imaging Study Maps Brain Activity in Borderline Personality DisorderEmerging studies have focused on the heightened emotional reactivity observed in people with borderline personality disorder, whose lives ...

Social Factors Influence Schizophrenia

December 18th, 2012
Social Factors Influence Schizophrenia New research links social deprivation, population density and inequality to higher rates of schizophrenia. UK researchers discuss the linkages found among urban neighborhoods in the journal Schizophrenia ...

Four Major Antipsychotic Drugs Found Lacking in Long Term for Older Adults

November 28th, 2012
Four Major Antipsychotic Drugs Found Lacking in Long Term for Older AdultsA new study has called into question the safety and effectiveness of four antipsychotic drugs commonly used ...

In 3 Case Studies, A Link Between Internet Use And Psychosis

November 22nd, 2012
In 3 Case Studies, A Link Between Internet Use And PsychosisHaving a world of virtual friends can be a rich environment that allows a person to learn more about others ...

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