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The incidence of psychotic disorders varies greatly across places and demographic groups, as do symptoms, course, and treatment response across...
Schizophrenia and related psychotic disorders are a chronic and often disabling condition. Despite modern treatment techniques they still present an...
For more than fifty years, the neuroscience community is engaged in an intensive debate on how information is coded in the brain and transmitted...
A hunt throughout the human genome for variants associated with common, late-onset Parkinson's disease has revealed a new genetic link that...
Production of new nerve cells in the human brain is linked to learning and memory, according to a new study from the University of Florida. The...
In the first study of its kind, researchers have found compelling evidence that our best and worst experiences in life are likely to involve not...
In the new age of coalition governments, the question of whether two heads are better than one is more relevant than ever. A study published today in...
Despite the fact that an estimated 25 million patients per year in the U.S. undergo surgeries using general anesthesia, scientists have only been...
A group of "professional couch potatoes," as one researcher described them, has proven that even moderate exercise – in this case walking at one's...
Fear can make you run, it can make you fight, and it can glue you to the spot. Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in...

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