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Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder. Find out when symptoms tend to start.
WebMD explains shared psychotic disorder -- a condition in which an otherwise healthy person shares in the delusions of a person with psychosis -- including its symptoms and treatment.
Doctors used to talk about subtypes of schizophrenia, but times have changed. Find out about the schizophrenia spectrum.
Our understanding and treatment of schizophrenia has come a long way. WebMD explains how.
WebMD explains how psychotherapy and rehabilitation can be very effective in treating schizophrenia.
Delusional disorder, previously called paranoid disorder, is a mental disorder in which a person cannot tell what is real from what is imagined. Learn more from WebMD about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of this illness.
Learn about the types of schizophrenia drugs, the kinds of symptoms they can treat, and side effects.
A look at how to spot the symptoms of schizophrenia in teens and how to tell the difference between ordinary teenage moodiness and signs of more serious illness.
Advice for caregivers and patients on how to avoid a relapse of schizophrenia.
WebMD describes how electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is used to treat depression and other mental illnesses.
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