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University of Iowa Healthcare Discovers Stimulating the Brain Can Reduce Symptoms of Schizophrenia [Video]

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT New drugs for schizophrenia and other cognitive issues could be developed from this study conducted by University of Iowa reseaechers.

Penn State Senior To Launch Non-Profit Organization For Students With Schizophrenia

Oct 13, 2016 AM EDT Cecilia McGough, a senior at Penn State U, will be launching a non-profit organization to help fellow students with schizophrenia.

Psychosis Risk Can Now Be Accurately Predicted Using The Newly Developed Calculator

Jul 04, 2016 AM EDT A method was developed to measure the risk of a person of developing psychosis which was published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.

Schizophrenia MRI Brain Scans Reveal They are Trying to Heal Themselves: Study

May 31, 2016 AM EDT A study on the MRI scans on brains of patients with schizophrenia reveals that there may be a way to heal and fight the disease.

Spine Loss in Brain Occurs in Patients with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, Study

Oct 04, 2014 AM EDT Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may cause dendritic spine loss in the brain, according to a study led by Harvard Medical School. The finding hence suggests that these two distinct disorders may ...

Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk of Schizophrenia, Study

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT People suffering from Vitamin D deficiency are twice more likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia than those with sufficient levels of it, according to a new study by the Isfahan University of ...

Sleep Deprivation Leads to Schizophrenia-Like Symptoms in Healthy Adults, Study

Jul 09, 2014 AM EDT A latest University of Bonn study found that sleep deprivation even for a day causes symptoms similar to that of schizophrenia in healthy adults.

Children Born Through Fertility Treatments More Likely To Be Autistic or Schizophrenic

Jun 30, 2014 AM EDT Children born through fertility treatments are 33 percent more likely to develop psychiatric problems than those conceived through natural births, according to a University of Copenhagen study.

Cannabis Exposure During Adolescence Causes Brain Damage and Schizophrenia, Study

Jul 26, 2013 AM EDT Teenagers, who frequently smoke weed, suffer long-term brain damage and have a greater risk of developing schizophrenia, according to a study conducted by American researchers. The study is published ...

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