Posts Tagged ‘schizoaffective disorder’

By On May 16th, 2014

Study Finds Reduced Volume in Hippocampus of Patients With Psychotic Disorders

Mankind has been trying to understand the pathophysiology of psychotic disorders for more than a hundred years, and much remains unclear. But, researchers from Harvard Medical School investigating the pathophysiology of these disorders have taken a step forward by finding that patients with psychotic disorders have a reduced volume in the hippocampus. Medical News Today…


By On October 19th, 2012

Aspects of Mental Illness Beneficial

A recent study, conducted at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, found a correlation between creative professionals and mental illness. As reported by the Times of India, the study tracked almost 1.2-million people and their relatives and checked for a variety of diagnoses including depression, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse and ADHD. The findings suggest that individuals…

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