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    A new wonder drug to cure us all

    Schizophrenia Treatment: New Drug May Soon End Mental Disorder - Health Aim "A recent study conducted by researchers from Japan found out the new function of intra-cellular dopamine receptor. And it gives a sort of hope for Schizophrenia patients. The researchers believe that if drugs are...
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    Marijuana Users At High Risk For Schizophrenia, Researchers Say

    Marijuana Users At High Risk For Schizophrenia, Researchers Say Read more: Marijuana Users At High Risk For Schizophrenia, Researchers Say | Caribbean360 "COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Thursday December 1, 2016 – Marijuana poses a greater mental health risk than any other substance, including class A...
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    How Do Antidepressants Really Work?

    How Do Antidepressants Really ‘Work’? How Do Antidepressants Really ‘Work’? Is serotonin an upper or a downer? The evolution of the serotonergic system and its role in depression and the antidepressant response. - PubMed - NCBI "Researchers shed light on the significant problems with the...
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    Researchers Discover How Antipsychotics Lead To Parkinsonism

    Researchers Discover How Antipsychotics Lead To Parkinsonism A new study published this month in the journal Neuron identifies the mechanism by which antipsychotic drugs can induce parkinsonism, a condition involving movement abnormalities. The researchers found that antipsychotics block D2...
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    A bug in fMRI software could invalidate 15 years of brain research

    Ha ha - Fucking cockwombles wasting enormous amounts of money & time on utter nonsense. But it's a brain disease CPU - Yea OK. A bug in fMRI software could invalidate 15 years of brain research - ScienceAlert There could be a very serious problem with the past 15 years of research into...
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    How to grow from your regrets

    Sometimes, regret is a deadweight that we carry through life, slowing us down and making our shoulders ache. But other times, it turns into a kind of fuel; it propels rather than hinders, motivates rather than distracts. What’s the difference between these two outcomes? A new paper by...
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    When the physical world is unreliable

    A new study out today in the journal Translational Psychiatry sheds further light on the idea that schizophrenia is a sensory disorder and that individuals with the condition are impaired in their ability to process stimuli from the outside world. The findings may also point to a new way to...
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    How exercise helps psychosis patients

    Psychosis is defined as a serious mental disorder characterized by an impairment in the patient's thinking and emotions indicating loss of touch with reality. People who suffer from this disorder have false thoughts, and they often experience hallucinations as well. Patients who suffer from...
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    Cannabis: scientists call for action amid mental health concerns

    The risks of heavy cannabis for mental health are serious enough to warrant global public health campaigns, according to international drugs experts who said young people were particularly vulnerable. The warning from scientists in the UK, US, Europe and Australia reflects a growing consensus...
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    'Spiritual' people at higher risk of mental health problems.

    By Stephen Adams, Medical Correspondent 12:01AM GMT 02 Jan 2013 People who claim to be ‘spiritual’ but not religious are often struggling to cope mentally, according to a study. They are more likely to suffer from a range of mental health problems than either the conventionally religious or...
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    Refugees 66% More Likely To Develop Schizophrenia, Psychotic Disorders Than Other Migrant Types

    Refugees 66% More Likely To Develop Schizophrenia, Psychotic Disorders Than Other Migrant Types In 2015, there were some 60 million refugees and displaced persons around the world — the highest amount since World War II. With no end in sight for the crises in Syria and other countries...
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    Depression affects the body on a cellular level

    Anyone who has suffered from depression knows that in many ways it feels like a physical sickness, clouding the entire body and affecting every cell. Now an international team of researchers have scientifically proven—for the first time—that depression isn’t just a mental disorder, but disrupts...
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    “Bewitching Science” Revisited: Tales of Reunited Twins and the Genetics of Behavior

    “Bewitching Science” Revisited: Tales of Reunited Twins and the Genetics of Behavior "Bewitching Science" Revisited: Tales of Reunited Twins and the Genetics of Behavior - Mad In America In this article I will attempt to debunk one of the great “scientific” smoke and mirrors shows of the past...
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    GP's should offer CBT to all depressed patients researchers conclude....

    GP's should offer CBT to all depressed patients researchers conclude.... Researchers have called for GPs to offer cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for all patients that have not responded to antidepressants in a study published in The Lancet Psychiatry. The research, funded by the National...
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    Talk Therapy Linked to Changes in Brain Activity

    Talk Therapy Linked to Changes in Brain Activity Talk therapy has long been associated with symptom and behavioral changes, but new research shows that it may also lead to neural changes in the brain. The recently published research found that transference-focused psychotherapy (TFP) was linked...
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    Born sensitive?

    Gene magnifies psychological impact of life experiences, for better and for worse http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150922104002.htm
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    Risperidone affects gut biome, spurs obesity

    A drug that helps your mind may turn your gut microbes—and waistline—against you. In a series of experiments in mice, researchers found that a common drug used to treat psychiatric illnesses, including autism and bipolar disorder, alters the gut microbial community. Those changes caused the...
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    Research request: Guided imagery for reducing anxiety

    Participate in research: Guided imagery for reducing anxiety Please note this has been approved by the moderators / admin Hello, my name is Jedda Crabtree and I am currently undertaking a research project with Jessica Nguyen at the Queensland University of Technology, School of Psychology and...
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    Suicide risk study

    Suicide-risk behaviour patterns identified - study - BBC News ...Researchers "looked especially at the characteristics and behaviours of those who had attempted suicide", and found that "certain patterns recur" before attempts. They said the risk of an attempt was "at least 50% higher" if a...
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    Study Finds No Link Between Teen Pot Use and Adult Mental Health Issues

    Study Finds No Link Between Teen Pot Use and Adult Mental Health Issues No Link Between Marijuana and Mental Health Issues Teen Pot Use Not Linked to Mental Illness | Al Jazeera America A long-term study that followed 408 seventh-graders for over 20 years found no association between...
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