Childhood Schizophrenia

One of the hallmark characteristics of schizophrenia is the inability to make sound

While schizophrenia typically develops anywhere from late adolescence to mid to late twenties,

Environmental factors that contribute to schizophrenia have long been debated in the

When it comes to mental illness, many health experts argue that genetics play the

An international team of researchers from Karolinska Institutet and Johns Hopkins Children's

A disturbing new report presented at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies this

When it comes to schizophrenia, key differences in brain development could allow

A recent study comparing the brains of children of schizophrenic parents to the brains of

In what could be the first study to directly confirm that autoimmune processes can

A researcher at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders and the School of Behavioral and

While media tends to reinforce the idea that mental disorders are on the rise, this

There is an interesting new article on ABC.com, published yesterday in advance of 20/20's Friday

Children who experience the stress of bereavement tend to have a higher risk of

A new study, using data collected over a period of 50 years, has shown that psychological

In the same way a parent measures their child's growth with marks on the wall, the