Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disorder that has affected people throughout history. Roughly 1% of Americans have schizophrenia. The good news is that it's treatable.

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Gender Differences in Schizophrenia

If you or a loved one has schizophrenia, you know that many different factors can affect your disease.

Managing Side Effects of Schizophrenia Drugs

By relieving symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, and disorganized thinking, they help you lead a fuller life.
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How the Affordable Care Act Affects People with Mental Illness

If you or a loved one has schizophrenia, getting the right medical service is paramount.

Why Do So Many Schizophrenics Smoke?

A whopping 75 - 90% of people with schizophrenia smoke.

A Closer Look at Treatment


Long-Acting Drugs May Cut Relapse Rate

The risk of having to go back to the hospital is sometimes lower for people who take injections for schizophrenia.

6 Tips for Boosting Medication Compliance

Taking medications as prescribed can be difficult for people with schizophrenia. That's why you need a medication action plan.   

Living Better with Schizophrenia

Do Your Exercises

Nutrition and Exercise Essentials

When you help your loved one make positive lifestyle changes, you’re helping him or her enjoy a longer, healthier life.

Taking Care of Caregivers

Being a caregiver for someone with schizophrenia is incredibly demanding. But who takes care of you?

Ways to Succeed at Work or School

Do you dream of finishing your degree or getting—and keeping—a good job? Don't let schizophrenia stop you.

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