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While the positive symptoms of schizophrenia are more obvious, negative symptoms are more troubling to those with the disease, and limit their ability to function normally in the world.
There are different approaches to treatment for borderline
personality disorder, but the overall goal is to move patients
toward accepting greater responsibility for their behavior.
Information about a patient's family history is valuable in
assessing the risk of mental illness. Within the field of
psychiatry, the importance of genetic counseling is growing, but
on its own it cannot provide all the answers.
An analysis of health care plans that provided parity coverage
for mental health treatment found that managed-care programs
shifted some of the financial burden from individuals.
Research suggests memories of traumatic events may not remain
accurate over time, and that events not considered traumatic may
cause symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in some people.
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