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Recovery-oriented cognitive therapy shows promising results for people with schizophrenia
Posted in Schizophrenia

Lack of adequate information has given rise to fear and apprehension against people living with schizophrenia. The fact that this mental health problem requires lifelong treatment despite medication alleviating its symptoms has only added to the existing doubts about the disorder. A recent study, titled “Six-Month Follow-Up of Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy for Low-Functioning Individuals with […]

Republican health bill collapses as 2 more senators oppose it

Repeated attempts of the Trump administration to repeal and replace Obamacare ended in a fiasco on July 18, 2017, after two more Republican senators – Michael Lee of Utah and Gerald Moran of Kansas – decided to vote against the updated version of the health care bill touted as the party’s signature campaign promise. Announcing […]

Researchers identify gene that may play key role in depression

Depression is one of the most prevalent mental health problems affecting people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people, across all age groups, are living with depression. Experts attribute most cases of suicide to acute depressive symptoms. Now, a group of researchers from the University of Maryland, School of […]

Binge drinking increases effectiveness in directing attention to alcohol cues, says study

People are well aware of the numerous and adverse effects of alcohol, yet many continue to drink, with some even indulging in binge drinking. A recent study has suggested that alcohol use and its effect can alter the way information is processed in the brain. According to the study, titled “Attentional blink to alcohol cues […]

Long-acting injectable antipsychotics can help prevent relapse of schizophrenia, says study
Posted in Treatment Centers

A common myth about schizophrenia is that people suffering from the disorder are violent and can harm others. To add to the problem is the lack of awareness about this mental disorder that fuels discrimination against people living with it. Though schizophrenia is not a very common mental illness, roughly 1.1 percent adult U.S. population […]

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