People with serious mental illness perceive their physical health as a greater barrier to employment, a study finds.
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Despite the view that early schizophrenia treatment can help prevent mental decline, new research shows that's not the case.
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"...the signals in our brain that modulate the sleep and awake state also act as a switch that turns the immune system off and on."
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People with diagnosed mental health disorders got to give input on diagnostic guidelines for the first time. Here's what they changed.
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Brain networks may be "like coworking spaces, where people move in and out and there are different jobs being performed at any given time."
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Two variables—including more frequent use of words related to sound—can predict whether an at-risk person will later develop psychosis with 93% accuracy.
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Growing up in a poor urban neighborhood doubles the risk of developing a psychosis disorder by middle age, a 30-year study of nearly 4,000 families shows.
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New research could improve drug development for schizophrenia, say researchers.
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African Americans with depression are more likely than non-black patients to get a diagnosis of schizophrenia, researchers say.
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