Study revealed the place in which a person lived at the age of fifteen was a big influence on the risk of developing both affective psychosis (bipolar disorder) and non-affective psychosis (schizophrenia) later in life.
New research finds smoking significantly increases the risk of a person developing schizophrenia or depression.
Researchers have identified six predictors that may help determine the correct amount of lithium to treat a patient with bipolar disorder.
Researchers say 80% of people taking antipsychotics to manage schizophrenia or bipolar disorder experience considerable weight gain. Some patients report up to 33kg of weight gain following taking antipsychotic medications. A new study aims to explore ways of managing weight gain for patients taking antipsychotics.
Vaccinated people with a history of mental health disorders including bipolar disorder, psychosis, and anxiety, have a 24% increased risk of contracting COVID-19, a new study reports.
Contrary to previous research, a new study reveals a prior history of mental health disorders or substance abuse does not prevent a person from thriving and leading a high-functioning life.
Young people with higher risk factors for developing bipolar disorder have weakened connections in key brain areas during late adolescence.
Researchers reveal how patients who received fecal transplants showed improvements in bipolar symptoms, as well as reductions in anxiety and ADHD behaviors. Fecal transplants may help in the treatment of a number of mental health disorders.
While patients with schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, and bipolar disorder experience a lack of motivation and anhedonia, the neural patterns of emotion-behavior dissociation differ between the disorders.