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Click here to view original web page at DFC Differentiates Healthy Controls From Schizophrenia and BD Among the SCZ and control cohorts, DEToMI scores negatively correlated with right Broca’s Area-left frontopolar area connection. Patients with schizophrenia (SCZ) or bipolar disorder (BD) could be distinguished from healthy controls using dynamic functional connectivity data, according to
Click here to view original web page at People Hospitalized for COVID-19 Have Higher Risk for Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder Health News Experts say there are a number of places people can seek help for mental health issues caused by COVID-19. Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images Researchers say people who’ve been hospitalized for COVID-19 have a higher … Continue reading "People
Click here to view original web page at Cognetivity Neurosciences Publishes Peer-Reviewed Article Further Validating Unique Capabilities of its CognICA™ Platform for Brain Health Screening The Company’s FDA Registered CognICA TM Tool Demonstrates How its Patented use of Animacy Recognition Improves Early Detection of Brain Health Issues Including Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Mild
Click here to view original web page at Complex Human Childbirth and Cognitive Abilities a Result of Walking Upright Summary: Bipedalism dramatically reshaped the hominin pelvis into a real birth canal. Researchers report Australopithecus had complex birth patterns compared to Great Apes and were likely to have practiced co-operative breeding. Source: University of Zurich During …
Click here to view original web page at Multiple Diagnoses Are the Norm With Mental Illness and a New Genetic Study Explains Why Summary: Study reports an overlap between genetic architecture and co-morbid mental health diagnosis. Researchers found 70% of the genetic signals associated with schizophrenia were also linked to bipolar disorder. Anorexia and OCD … Continue reading
Click here to view original web page at The Connection Between Bipolar Disorder and Autism The signs of bipolar disorder and autism can look similar, so how do you know which one you’re experiencing? Catherine MacBride/Stocksy United Bipolar disorder involves an array of symptoms that occur through episodes of high and low mood. You may … Continue reading "The Connection Between