A researcher told Newsweek the study suggests smoking is not only bad for our physical health, but our mental health, too.
Scientists hope the discovery could help to make new treatments for the debilitating condition.
A transdermal patch that could bring relief to people with schizophrenia has been approved by the FDA.
A North Dakota man has pleaded guilty to a September 2018 attack on a woman he believed to be a witch.
Ciero Bajoie-Johnson was charged with aggravated assault for stabbing a man. She claimed the "devil told her to kill."
The prisoner, who has a history of violent behavior, was later caught by police after a citizen spotted him.
The brains could be used to develop treatments for conditions including epilepsy.
Scientists looked at data on millions of people to learn more about air pollution and mental health.
The unnamed man will be held indefinitely in a mental health unit following the brutal slaying of his son in Sydney, Australia.
A team of researchers investigated five instances of cannibalism in an attempt to uncover the underlying cause behind the unspeakable acts.
Scientists built a gym for hospitalized mental health patients to see if exercise could ease their symptoms.
A link between psychosis and the menstrual cycle was first proposed in the 1800s.
The study, part of a project to better understand genetic variations that give people a higher likelihood of using cannabis, analyzed data from more than 180,000 people.
A new technology puts a face to the disembodied voices that haunt schizophrenia patients who experience auditory hallucinations.
Researchers looking at the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs found increased neural signals in the brain scans of people given them.
One in eight people hear voices in their head at least once in their life.
The "outrageous" verdict has cleared the way for the execution of a mentally-ill man.
Researchers examined 6,000 Israeli patients' siblings who were diagnosed and hospitalized with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or depression.
A substance with many names—K2, spice, synthetic marijuana—ropes in users by comparing itself to cannabis, but it's infinitely more unsafe.
The regions of the brain that have the strongest link to the schizophrenia risk genes are developing most rapidly during adolescence.