Anti-Inflammatory Medicine Reduced Positive Symptom Severity in Chronic Schizophrenia Patients with Elevated Inflammatory Markers
In recent years, a steadily growing body of evidence has indicated an association between elevated levels of inflammation and psychiatric illness. Read More
Study of How Schizophrenia Symptoms Affect One Another Finds Anhedonia and Low Motivation to Be Plausible Targets of Focused Treatments
A better understanding of how the various symptoms of schizophrenia impact one another, and, as well, the ability of patients to function in society, could contribute to the development of more… Read More
Difficulty Updating Prior Knowledge With New Perceptions Is Linked by Researchers With Psychosis Symptoms
The delusions and distortions of reality reported by people who suffer from psychosis are one of the most difficult aspects of the illness from the standpoint of the patient. No one wants to be told… Read More
Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia Worsened Under Pandemic Conditions, Study Finds
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health is hard to quantify, but anecdotal reports suggest that rates of PTSD, depression, and anxiety have risen significantly during the year-and-a-half… Read More
New Approach to Lessen Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia is Based on Brain Circuit Discovery
A research team has advanced an important step toward developing a new way to help lessen negative symptoms in schizophrenia. For the first time, they have generated evidence that malfunctioning in… Read More