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Antipsychotics curb violence in some schizophrenics (Reuters) (Yahoo)

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Default Antipsychotics curb violence in some schizophrenics (Reuters) (Yahoo)

Reuters - Some people with schizophrenia become less prone to violence when they take their antipsychotic medications as prescribed by a doctor, but those with a history of antisocial behavior in childhood continue to pose a higher risk even with treatment, research shows. In these individuals, other medications and interventions are likely to be needed.

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