People with mental illness are at their most vulnerable when they're discharged from hospital. Without the support of family or friends at this time, they're less likely to recover.
It is essential that scientists seek to understand the unique experiences of individuals with schizophrenia.
As many as one in ten people will have a psychotic experience in their lifetime – and researchers now know your genes play a role.
Researchers are trying to distinguish the signal from the noise.
First robust confirmation of an old theory that links a fall in oestrogen with worsening mental health.
Genes, drugs in early life, and stress have been linked to the development of schizophrenia.
Anti-psychotic drugs work well for only about 30 per cent of schizophrenia patients. Meditation can offer them a route to self-acceptance and reduced anxiety.
In advance of marijuana legalization in Canada, one university in British Columbia has taken a firm stance, banning all smoking of cannabis products on campus.
Certain autoimmune disorders are linked to psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia. But some appear to be protective.
Cannabis use is linked to psychosis, but only a small number of users will experience it.
There are health risks associated with cannabis use, but there's no evidence use will increase if it's legalised.
Smoking cannabis has been linked with schizophrenia – and 94% seized in Britain in 2016 was of the high-potency variety.
Provincial policies to implement the legal consumption of marijuana are unlikely to protect children and youth. High school teachers and parents will be on the front line.
A new study has looked at why some ice users suffer psychosis and others don't.
Cannabidiol shows promise in treating psychosis in a placebo controlled trial.
Integration reaps mental health benefits.
ECT is a highly effective treatment for severe depression and psychosis, so why does it still have a bad rap?
A new study has for first time placed a dollar value on how much it would cost the government to replace those who unofficially care for family members with mental illness.
People given taurine had significantly improved overall mental health symptoms, including those of psychosis, compared to those given placebo.
But one thing is clear, only a small proportion of violence can be blamed on schizophrenia.