A new study reports combining antipsychotic medications could help to prevent relapse and hospitalization for those with schizophrenia. Combining aripiprazole and clozapine resulted in a 23% lower risk of re-hospitalization than with clozapine alone, researchers report.
Sodium benzoate, a widely used food preservative, can help to improve negative symptoms, such as lack of empathy and motivation in those with schizophrenia when coupled with clozapine, researchers report.
Repeat intravenous treatment with low doses of the anesthetic drug ketamine quickly reduced suicidal thoughts in a small group of patients with treatment-resistant depression, a new study reports.
A new study reports people with treatment resistant schizophrenia appear to have better outcomes when they are switched to clozapine rather than other antipsychotic medications.