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14 August 2016
Yibada
Physical Exercise can Better Help People with Schizophrenia Cope with its Effects
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin links improved brain functioning in patients with schizophrenia to aerobic exercise.

12 August 2016
Medical News Today
Schizophrenia symptoms eased with aerobic exercise
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin links improved brain functioning in patients with schizophrenia to aerobic exercise.

12 August 2016
Science Direct
Exercise can tackle symptoms of schizophrenia
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin links improved brain functioning in patients with schizophrenia to aerobic exercise.

13 March 2016
BrainBlogger
Schizophrenia’s Strongest Genetic Link
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin dicusses a genetic component to schizophrenia.

09 February 2016
Yale Daily News
Early schizophrenia treatment proves cost effective
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin analyzes the costs associated with a new treatment program that provides support for patients outside the traditional drug therapy and psychotherapy provided by outpatient treatments covered by insurance.

01 February 2016
New York Times
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New Plan to Treat Schizophrenia Is Worth Added Cost, Study Says
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin analyzes the costs associated with a new treatment program that provides support for patients outside the traditional drug therapy and psychotherapy provided by outpatient treatments covered by insurance.

01 February 2016
Al Jazeera America
Coordinated schizophrenia treatment proves cost-effective, study says
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin analyzes the costs associated with a new treatment program that provides support for patients outside the traditional drug therapy and psychotherapy provided by outpatient treatments covered by insurance.

14 September 2015
News Medical
Researchers examine neuroanatomical signature of schizophrenia in different ethnic groups
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin found a neuroanatomical signature for schizophrenia, consistent across ethnic groups.

10 September 2015
Eureka Alert
Researchers find neuroanatomical signature for schizophrenia
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin found a neuroanatomical signature for schizophrenia, consistent across ethnic groups.

05 September 2015
Gulf News
Unusual throat and mouth germs linked to schizophrenia
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin found that a viral form of Lactobacillus was higher in individuals with schizophrenia than in those without the disorder.

03 September 2015
MD News
Scaling up Global Mental Healthcare, Starting with Schizophrenia
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin found that a viral form of Lactobacillus was higher in individuals with schizophrenia than in those without the disorder.

01 September 2015
The Washington Post
Unusual throat (and mouth) germs linked to schizophrenia, says two new studies
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin found that a viral form of Lactobacillus was higher in individuals with schizophrenia than in those without the disorder.

08 July 2015
Psychiatric News
Subtle Cues in Young Predict Schizophrenia Risk
A paper published in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that early intervention and support from and for families of individuals with high familial risk of psychosis can reduce the likelihood of those individuals developing schizophrenia.

15 May 2015
AsianScientist
For Schizophrenics, Integration—Not Attention—Is The Problem
Research published in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that integration dysfunction is more clinically relevant to patients with schizophrenia than attentional deficiencies.

06 May 2015
Mad in America
The Ethical Challenges of Early Intervention in Psychosis
A paper in Schizophrenia Bulletin discusses the ethical challenges around intervention and treatment of psychosis in the case of young, pre-psychotic patients.

24 April 2015
Mad in America
How Blaming the Brain Can Help Create Self-empathy, New Approaches
In a First Person Account in Schizophrenia Bulletin, Amy Johnson discusses the agency that comes with an understanding of neural plasticity.

22 April 2015
Mad in America
Antipsychotic-induced Sexual Dysfunction Under-reported
Research published in Schizophrenia Bulletin links use of antipsychotics to increased instances of sexual dysfunction.

06 April 2015
Neurology Advisor
Exercise for Improved Neurocognition in Schizophrenia
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that exercise may improve memory and thinking in patients with schizophrenia.

06 April 2015
Psychiatry Advisor
Exercise May Improve Memory, Thinking in People With Schizophrenia
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that exercise may improve memory and thinking in patients with schizophrenia.

25 March 2015
Mad in America
Another Review Finds No Benefits to Forced Community Treatment
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests little or no connection between forced community treatment and improved quality of life.

04 December 2014
Medwire News
Excess mortality in schizophrenia ‘not attributable to antipsychotics’
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin finds that there is no link between use of antipsychotics and early mortality in patients with schizophrenia.

10 September 2014
Medwire News
Childhood psychiatric disorders linked to schizophrenia risk
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin shows that individuals diagnosed with a childhood psychiatric disorder were more likely to develop schizophrenia.

06 August 2014
Washington Post
Promising new approach helps curb early schizophrenia in teens, young adults
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin finds that Family-aided Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) is superior to community care.

05 August 2014
Smell the Truth
Marijuana’s schizophrenia link is dubious at best
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin finds no evidence to connect marijuana consumption and schizophrenia.

19 July 2014
AmericanLiveWire.com
Marijuana Makes You Paranoid
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin finds that THC and marijuana use may be linked to paranoia.

16 July 2014
HealthCentral.com
Why marijuana can trigger paranoia
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin finds that THC and marijuana use may be linked to paranoia.

02 May 2014
Psychiatry Online
Metformin May Help Combat Antipsychotic-Induced Weight Gain
A study published in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that metformin may best counteract weight gain linked to use of antipsychotic drugs.

16 April 2014
Medwire News
Reduced rheumatoid arthritis risk in schizophrenia linked to underreporting
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that the link between patients diagnosed with schizophrenia and a lower risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may be due to underreporting.

28 January 2014
CNN
Why it's still a big deal if your teen smokes pot
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin links chronic use of cannabis in adolescence to brain abnormalities in areas of the brain associated with working memory.

25 January 2013
Huffington Post
Why Smoking 'Skunk' Cannabis May Lead to Early Psychosis
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that cannabis use can result in an earlier immergence of psychosis among chronic users.

17 January 2014
The Guardian
Cannabis and memory loss: dude, where's my CBD?
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin shows that among both healthy individuals and schizophrenic patients, chronic users of cannabis experience greater memory impairment than non-users.

16 January 2014
Medwire News
Severe infection associated with increased risk for psychotic illness
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin suggests that preadolescent hospital admission for bacterial and central nervous system infections can increase the likelihood of being diagnosed with nonaffective psychosis later in life.

05 January 2014
The Fiscal Times
Study Finds Link with Teen Pot Use and Schizophrenia
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin links chronic use of cannabis in adolescence to brain abnormalities in areas of the brain associated with working memory.

19 December 2013
LA Weekly
Weed Smoking Makes You Forget
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin links chronic use of cannabis in adolescence to brain abnormalities in areas of the brain associated with working memory.

19 December 2013
MPR
Marijuana Use Linked to Changes in Brain Morphology
A study in Schizophrenia Bulletin links chronic use of cannabis in adolescence to brain abnormalities in areas of the brain associated with working memory.