Psychiatry abuse in the Soviet regime is based on a concept that citizens who oppose the government were mentally ill.
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Nicotine may help normalize genetically-induced brain impairments in people with schizophrenia.
People with posttraumatic stress disorder are more likely to develop food addiction, according to a new study.
Psychiatry's most abiding mystery - schizophrenia - might lie in the DNA associated with the body's immune system, according to a new study.
Having people perceive you as overweight or older may be worse than having them look down on your race or gender.
Kids with autism spectrum disorders or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are seven to eight times more likely to wish to be the other gender compared with their peers with no neurodevelopmental disorder.
The love hormone does more than make you want to cuddle after sex. It can also help treat eating disorders, according to new research.
Forget women, men also have a biological clock. New research reveals the risk of psychiatric and academic problems among children of older fathers is greater than previously thought.
Less than 50 percent of children and young adults treated for anxiety get long-term relief from symptoms, according to a new study.
Mothers who smoke weed during pregnancy are destroying the brains of their unborn children, a new study suggests.
People with mental illness are significantly more likely to smoke, drink and use drugs. According to the largest assessment of substance use among people with severe psychiatric illness, rates of smoking, drinking and drug use are significantly higher among those who have psychotic disorders than those in the general population.
Concussions increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease by contributing to the buildup up amyloid plaques in the brain, a new study suggests.
Antidepressants may not help treat patients with bipolar disorder, according to a new study.
Posttraumatic stress disorder may make women more prone to obesity, a new study suggests.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.