Advanced adoptive paternal age not linked to schizophrenia risk By Mark Cowen.

The findings, released in PLoS One, comparison with those from studies carried out in biologic fathers, which discovered that advanced paternal age group was significantly connected with an increased risk for the mental health disorder in offspring. ‘As the first study of this specific issue, we’ve shown that there surely is no support of psychosocial environmental elements explaining the so called ‘paternal age impact’ [in schizophrenia risk],’ comment Mats Ek and team from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Related StoriesTracking retinal changes may help doctors to adjust schizophrenia treatment in the futureUnderstanding how schizophrenia impacts workings of the brainPhase III trial results show cariprazine effective in treating negative symptoms connected with schizophreniaThe researchers searched the Swedish Multi-Generation Register and identified 31,188 children adopted by Swedish households between 1955 and 1985.If the car industry operated like the vaccine market: • Auto manufacturers could have total legal immunity from all liability, even if they manufactured defective products that killed people. • Modern automobiles could have no safety features at all: No chair belts, no oxygen bags and no anti-lock brakes. • Anybody who questioned the security of defective automobiles will be labeled ‘anti-science’ and derided as a risk to society. Even when it is the defective automobiles that will be the real risk to society. • Car manufacturers would pay off ‘researchers’ to lie to the general public, claiming their defective automobiles are safe perfectly, despite the fact that no safety tests is ever carried out before new versions are released to the general public. • The federal government would push all American households to buy automobiles they didn’t desire or encounter arrest and imprisonment.