Latest articles on Schizophrenia

72 hours to care: The precarious road to psychiatric help

For many people with severe mental illnesses, these special wards can be a lifeline and the first step to care — if they can get there.

A family’s unspoken curse

The inherited shame of schizophrenia leaves the writer wondering whether he will be next

We cannot continue to suffer in silence

"Who knew that I might share a similar condition with the person I was taught to shame?"

Growing up with a mother who has schizophrenia is tough on a child

When a parent is diagnosed with a mental illness, the chances of emotional support are decreased and the risk of family discord is high.

​The mentally ill are not alone in Kenya

There are too few psychiatrists, so a foundation is using a Canadian model to rehabilitate people.

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