They float in ordinary lab dishes, no more eye-catching than a plain beige lentil, and often so delicate they shrivel up and die if temperatures or food or the very air around them deviates from Goldilocks perfection. No wonder scientists coddle such “organoids”

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Millions of Americans have taken antidepressants for many years. What happens when it’s time to stop?

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The genetic roots of psychiatric diseases are notoriously difficult to unravel. They each involve hundreds of genes. And many of the genetic variations at play are found in the non-coding parts of DNA, which makes it even trickier to draw connections to disease

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Prominent University of Illinois at Chicago psychiatrist enrolled her young sons as healthy control subjects in troubled study

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A viral video from Baltimore is drawing attention to a crisis that’s unfolding in emergency rooms across the country: Surging numbers of patients with psychiatric conditions aren’t receiving the care they need

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How a star psychiatrist at the University of Illinois at Chicago violated protocols and put children at risk

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Charles Longjaw was being held at the Oregon State Hospital after being found insane. Oregon changed its interpretation of the law and he was released, raising questions about how states manage violent offenders with mental illness

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Carl Erik Fisher writes, ‘It depends on the type of coercion you use.’

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