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    Just thought I'd have a look

    Have not been on here much since my diagnosis was changed from schizoaffective to personality disorder, and the forum for PDs was discontinued.
    I virtually stopped posting around 2009 after being...
  2. Autism- are we any closer to explaining the enigma

    Some articles that might be of interest.

    http://www.thepsychologist.org.uk/archive/archive_home.cfm?volumeID=27&editionID=305
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    With each new version of BT activity and posts...

    With each new version of BT activity and posts have dropped. Under different names I used to post mainly in the bipolar forum ,as I had a similar dx of schizoaffective but then my dx changed and the...
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    Sleep Deprivation May Reduce Risk of PTSD

    Sleep deprivation in the first few hours after exposure to a significantly stressful threat actually reduces the risk of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), according to a study by researchers...
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    Discovery May Lead to New Treatment for ALS

    Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University School of Dentistry have discovered that TDP-43, a protein strongly linked to ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) and other neurodegenerative...
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    Infection in young linked to health of brain

    GUT and chest infections in early childhood appear to raise the risk of developing schizophrenia later in life even if they do not spread to the brain, Australian scientists have discovered in a...
  7. Textbook of childhood and adolescent mental health

    http://iacapap.org/iacapap-textbook-of-child-and-adolescent-mental-health
  8. Anti-psychotic drug pushes cancer stem cells over the edge

    An anti-psychotic drug used to treat schizophrenia appears to get rid of cancer stem cells by helping them differentiate into less threatening cell types. The discovery reported in the Cell Press...
  9. Antipsychotic medication relieves chemo-related nausea

    New research presented Wednesday highlights drugs to make cancer therapy easier but also underscores the difficulties that patients may encounter after treatment.

    A commonly used schizophrenia...
  10. Schizophrenia With Panic Disorder May Be a Distinct Subtype

    http://www.clinicalpsychiatrynews.com/news/more-top-news/single-view/schizophrenia-with-panic-disorder-may-be-a-distinct-subtype/43394f214b3b2a1209c92784e15f4c75.html
  11. Fewer Suicides After Antidepressive Treatment for Schizophrenia

    Antidepressive drugs reduce the mortality rate of schizophrenic patients, while treatment with bensodiazepines greatly increases it, especially as regards suicide. Giving several antipsychotics...
  12. 50 Years of Data Confirm Benefit of Antipsychotics

    More than 50 years of data show that people with schizophrenia who take antipsychotic drugs lower their risk of relapse, a new study suggests.

    Relapse rates were 64% in people not taking...
  13. Maternal Antibodies to Gluten Linked to Schizophrenia Risk in Children

    Babies born to women with sensitivity to gluten appear to be at increased risk for certain psychiatric disorders later in life, according to research by scientists at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden...
  14. Maternal Antibodies to Gluten Linked to Schizophrenia Risk in Children

    Babies born to women with sensitivity to gluten appear to be at increased risk for certain psychiatric disorders later in life, according to research by scientists at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden...
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    Child Bipolar Disorder Still Rare

    Bipolar disorder usually strikes between the ages of 15 and 25, and is extremely rare in preteens, according to a major study: Age at onset versus family history and clinical outcomes in 1,665...
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    Manipulating memory to treat addiction

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/neurophilosophy/2012/apr/12/1
  17. A rapidly reversible, light-activated painkiller

    If you've ever been given a local anaesthetic, you'll know about the effects – and the side effects – of these drugs. For example, dentists usually inject lidocaine into the gum before filling a...
  18. Restraint & Seclusion "Scream Rooms"... The National Disgrace in Special Education

    A urine soaked scream room. A child stuffed in a duffel bag. Vinegar soaked cotton balls put in a child's mouth. Slapped on the head with plastic bottles. Child dragged through a playground across...
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    MAKS: Drug-Free Prevention of Dementia Decline

    There are many different causes of dementia and, although its progression can be fast or slow, it is always degenerative. Symptoms of dementia include confusion, loss of memory, and problems with...
  20. Paracetamol warning: 'Slightly too much can cause overdose'

    Taking slightly too much paracetamol day after day can be fatal, experts have warned.

    A dangerous dose might just be a few pills too many taken regularly over days, weeks or months, they said.
    ...
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    Male-to-female transsexuals have "male" brains

    http://bps-research-digest.blogspot.com/2011/11/male-to-female-transsexuals-have-male.html
  22. New Drug Shows Promise Against Multiple Sclerosis

    An experimental drug called Ocrelizumab has shown promise in a Phase 2 clinical trial involving 220 people with multiple sclerosis (MS), an often debilitating, chronic autoimmune disease that affects...
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    What is Alzheimer's?

    http://www.thevisualmd.com/health_centers/neurological_health/what_is_alzheimer_s/what_is_alzheimer_s_video
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    Kim Noble: The woman with 100 personalities

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2011/sep/30/kim-noble-woman-with-100-personalities
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    Humour therapy for agitation in dementia

    Humour therapy is as effective as widely used antipsychotic drugs in managing agitation in patients with dementia - and avoids serious drug side effects, a new study to be presented this week at the...
  29. Thread: Loving lampposts

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    Loving lampposts

    http://vimeo.com/7654323
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    Schizophrenia and epilepsy have 'strong link'

    People with schizophrenia are six times more likely to develop epilepsy, says a study which finds a strong relationship between the two diseases.

    Writing in Epilepsia, researchers in Taiwan say...
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    Schizophrenia and epilepsy have 'strong link'

    People with schizophrenia are six times more likely to develop epilepsy, says a study which finds a strong relationship between the two diseases.

    Writing in Epilepsia, researchers in Taiwan say...
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    Know next to nothing about American football but...

    Know next to nothing about American football but hope the 49ers do well in the NFL as i used to live in SF as a child during the mid to late 60s.
    Someone said they were one of the weaker teams due...
  33. Plant Compound Reduces Breast Cancer Mortality, Study Suggests

    Phytoestrogens are plant compounds which, in the human body, can attach to the receptors for the female sexual hormone estrogen and which are taken in with our daily diet. A number of findings have...
  34. Thread: A is for Autism

    by Prot
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    A is for Autism

    Old but interesting video.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrViCkYF-lY&feature=player_embedded#!
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    There should be an exemption from having to use...

    There should be an exemption from having to use such bulbs for people who have medical proof that they are epileptic.The only problem i can see is a possible increase in the price of non energy...
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  38. Thread: Mild depression

    by Prot
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    Lots of spells of feeling drained and washed out...

    Lots of spells of feeling drained and washed out the last couple of days. Keep on heading back to bed.Am ok one minute and then the feeling suddenly washes over me.
  39. Thread: Vicious circle

    by Prot
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    Vicious circle

    For me social interaction difficulties exacerbate my social anxiety which in turn exacerbates my social interaction difficulties.
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    Treating bipolar disorder during pregnancy

    http://www.currentpsychiatry.com/pdf/1009/1009CP_Williams_Cov.pdf
  41. Cannabis, synthetic cannabinoids, and psychosis risk

    Over the past 50 years, anecdotal reports linking
    cannabis sativa (marijuana) and psychosis
    have been steadily accumulating, giving rise
    to the notion of “cannabis psychosis.” Despite this...
  42. Thread: Posting image

    by Prot
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    Posting image

    When posting from URL - need to untick the 'Retrieve remote file and reference locally' box ?

    This is what i had to do on another forum using this version of VB.
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    How do i edit title? I can only edit content of...

    How do i edit title? I can only edit content of post.
  44. Thread: Local acess only

    by Prot
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    Local acess only

    I am using Windows Vista. From time to time my access goes from local and internet to local only and i can't access the internet.
    I never experienced this with XP and was wondering whether there...
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    How long should i hold onto the possibility that...

    How long should i hold onto the possibility that it is due to him having problems of his own? I could cling onto that and then just find i was right after all.
    I find the uncertainty hard to cope...
  48. Thread: Mild depression

    by Prot
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    I went on injections because i had a poor track...

    I went on injections because i had a poor track record of remembering to take daily oral meds.
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    I am on the books of a local mh charity but they...

    I am on the books of a local mh charity but they have recently changed their focus/way of doing things which has thrown me and a lot of their other clients.
    I have someone who was coming in to see...
  50. Thread: Mild depression

    by Prot
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    I have been seeing a pdoc since i was nearly 17...

    I have been seeing a pdoc since i was nearly 17 and am now 54.
    I was previously dxed with schizoaffective disorder mixed type and indeed still take medication ie depot injection aimed at people with...
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    I think because i had bad experiences with two...

    I think because i had bad experiences with two trained therapists and an untrained person who was assigned to me via my local mh resource centre.
    The two trained therapists i didn't get on with...
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    I do not have a therapist as i am deemed...

    I do not have a therapist as i am deemed unsuitable for therapy and although i am on medication(depot injection) it doesn't help my anxiety(and social anxiety) and may even exacerbate it.
    So far...
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    No option to edit posts

    This,to me,is a glaring oversight. Not all of us can make, a post just as we would like it to be first time round. Sometimes we need to alter the wording or realise we need to add/delete a bit. As...
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    Fear of situations

    Regular feeling that i am going to do something stupid or inadvertently wrong and be punished. Often feel guilty as though i must have done something wrong but i don't know what my actual crime is.
  55. Thread: Future fears

    by Prot
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    It is hard to be rational when my mind is like...

    It is hard to be rational when my mind is like this.
  56. Thread: Future fears

    by Prot
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    Future fears

    I wish i could live in the 'here and now' instead of thinking catastrophic thoughts about the future.
    The anticipation of what might be in the future scares me . I find it hard not to obsess about...
  57. Thread: Mild depression

    by Prot
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    Mild depression

    Is it possible to be in a regular, but not continuous, state of minor to moderate depression with occasional short periods, more days than weeks,when the depression goes deeper than that?

    I feel...
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    I know the PD forum wasn't very active but i seem...

    I know the PD forum wasn't very active but i seem to recall there were quite a high number of views of posts,indicating people were interested in reading stuff that was posted even if they didn't...
  59. Thread: What's going on

    by Prot
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    What's going on

    Just tried posting re study on antipsychotics and mania on bipolar forum and got message saying my post had to be approved before it got posted,What's going on?
  60. Antipsychotics Best for Controlling Mania: Study

    The manic episodes experienced by those with bipolar disorder are better controlled by antipsychotic drugs than mood stabilizers, a new, large study suggests.

    Researchers from Italy and the United...
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    Nowhere to call home here

    I have a personality disorder and used to post from time to time in that forum but now that forum has gone i do not have what i would call a 'home' forum.
    I think therefore this leaves me no choice...
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    An inflammatory story: Depression and immunity

    Hippocrates thought melancholia was caused by too much black bile. Now some scientists describe the Black Dog as an inflammatory illness. Heart disease, oxidative stress and omega 3 are all part of...
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    Personality disorders/Eating disorders

    Why was personality disorder forum axed? Also shouldn't eating disorders be listed under psychiatric disorders?
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