Schizophrenia risk genes are ‘turned on’ in the placenta during difficult, stressful pregnancies, raising the risk of developing the mental health disorder fivefold in those with genetic risk factors, according to a new study published in Nature Medicine.
Schizophrenia risk genes are ‘turned on’ in the placenta during difficult, stressful pregnancies, raising the risk of developing the mental health disorder fivefold in those with genetic risk factors, according to a new study published in Nature Medicine. P. Solomon Banda AP
Schizophrenia risk genes are ‘turned on’ in the placenta during difficult, stressful pregnancies, raising the risk of developing the mental health disorder fivefold in those with genetic risk factors, according to a new study published in Nature Medicine. P. Solomon Banda AP