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Multipronged study of schizophrenia-associated syndrome receives $3.1 million NIH grant

Multipronged study of schizophrenia-associated syndrome receives $3.1 million NIH grant

Researchers outline new diagnostic model for mental illness

Researchers outline new diagnostic model for mental illness

Flexible approach to exercise works better for new moms than specific regimen

Flexible approach to exercise works better for new moms than specific regimen

Sleep deprivation hinders ability to identify facial expressions, study finds

Sleep deprivation hinders ability to identify facial expressions, study finds

Children born to older mothers are at an advantage, report researchers

Children born to older mothers are at an advantage, report researchers

NIDA grant offers support to develop couples-based drug use intervention for partnered gay men

NIDA grant offers support to develop couples-based drug use intervention for partnered gay men

‘Supportive touch’ experiences can help preterm infants in NICU respond better, research suggests

‘Supportive touch’ experiences can help preterm infants in NICU respond better, research suggests

New study shows how the brain looks at the world in 3D

New study shows how the brain looks at the world in 3D

Children of older mothers have better upbringing

Children of older mothers have better upbringing

48-hour sexual 'afterglow' linked to better relationship quality over long term

48-hour sexual 'afterglow' linked to better relationship quality over long term

Smartphones can help parents, caregivers to improve health outcomes for kids, research shows

Smartphones can help parents, caregivers to improve health outcomes for kids, research shows

Study sheds light on cellular mechanisms that enable prostate cancer cells to form secondary tumours

Study sheds light on cellular mechanisms that enable prostate cancer cells to form secondary tumours

Researchers testing innovative approach to gauge mood and eating behaviors

Researchers testing innovative approach to gauge mood and eating behaviors

New UCR study may hold answers to achieving better marital quality

New UCR study may hold answers to achieving better marital quality

Adolescents who prefer casual sex more often involved in sexual harassment, study finds

Adolescents who prefer casual sex more often involved in sexual harassment, study finds

Positive change in sleep linked to better physical and mental wellbeing, study shows

Positive change in sleep linked to better physical and mental wellbeing, study shows

Frequent interactions with family members can impact age of autism diagnosis, research reveals

Frequent interactions with family members can impact age of autism diagnosis, research reveals

Changes in the brain regions that process speech may be potential predictor of early dementia

Changes in the brain regions that process speech may be potential predictor of early dementia

Education can empower cancer patients to use palliative care, study shows

Education can empower cancer patients to use palliative care, study shows

Long-term use of ADHD medications may be linked to increase in growth-related costs

Long-term use of ADHD medications may be linked to increase in growth-related costs