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Schizophrenia is a fairly common and debilitating mental illness. Learn more, including causes, symptoms, types, and treatments.
Learn more from WebMD about drug options available to treat schizophrenia, including older medications and newer atypical antipsychotics.
A look at how long-acting schizophrenia drugs that you take as a shot once or twice a month may help you keep up with your meds.
Schizophrenia with paranoia is the most common example of this mental illness. Delusions make someone with it unreasonably suspicious of other people.
Schizophrenia is no longer classified according to a subtype. WebMD looks at how the disorder is diagnosed and named today.
Schizophrenia changes how you think, feel, and act. Its symptoms are grouped as positive, negative, and cognitive. Not everyone will have the same symptoms, and they can come and go.
WebMD explains how doctors use an assessment of symptoms to decide if patients are suffering from schizophrenia.
WebMD explains brief psychotic disorder, including its symptoms and treatment.
If you've just been diagnosed with schizophrenia, WebMD offers a list of questions you might want to ask your doctor.
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