Medical News Today: This form of brain training may help treat severe schizophrenia

New research has revealed that targeted cognitive training can successfully reduce cognitive impairment in treatment-resistant schizophrenia. Altering certain neural pathways may improve cognitive ability in people with treatment-resistant schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is one of the 15 leading causes of disability globally. In the United States, this condition affects more than 3 million people. Symptoms of schizophrenia…

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Emily Clonts, Juan Mazzini

Emily Ann Clonts and Juan Ignacio Mazzini were married Dec. 8 at Cypress Grove Estate House, an events space in Orlando, Fla. A. Kurt Ardaman, a notary public who is a friend of the Clonts family, officiated. The couple met at Princeton, from which each graduated, he magna cum laude. Mrs. Mazzini, 28, works in…

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Hannah Levinson, Jonathan Cross

Hannah Louise Levinson and Jonathan Brandon Burke Cross were married Dec. 8 at the Cosmos Club in Washington. The Rev. Dr. Bruce B. Lawrence, an Episcopal priest, officiated. Mrs. Cross, 30, is a health care law associate in the Washington office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, a law firm. She graduated from the University…

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Nora Kelly, Douglas Lee

Nora Elizabeth Kelly and Douglas William Lee were married Dec. 8 at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. Jeffrey Sandy, the bride’s uncle who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated. The couple met in 2010 at the University of Delaware, from which they graduated. Ms. Kelly, 29, is a…

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