Mental illnesses share common DNA roots, study finds

Feb 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: 12NewsNow.Com

The biggest study yet into genetics and mental health has come up with a stunning result: The five most common mental illnesses -- autism, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disease, schizophrenia and major depression -- all have a common genetic root.

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But this Pharma paid for study blames the victims.

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National Institute of Mental Health funded the study. And genetics isn't blaming the victims. It's called reality.

And they did what?? They did what is called a genome-wide association study -- a scan of all the DNA. Genome?? And 33,332 cases and 27,888 controls??

Of course anyone from Canada doesn't see the great importance of this study. This is another step to the goal of moving beyond descriptive syndromes in psychiatry, and towards a nosology informed by disease cause. Pharma would fund no such study now would they??!!
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Just scanned the autism topix page. Seems to be just two posters responsible for 90% of the posting??

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There's a few here, but 90 percent is coming from Winnipeg who mass posts and attempts to gain attention on every article, and makes every article into a vaccine cause.
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friend wrote:
National Institute of Mental Health funded the study. And genetics isn't blaming the victims. It's called reality.
And they did what?? They did what is called a genome-wide association study -- a scan of all the DNA. Genome?? And 33,332 cases and 27,888 controls??
Of course anyone from Canada doesn't see the great importance of this study. This is another step to the goal of moving beyond descriptive syndromes in psychiatry, and towards a nosology informed by disease cause. Pharma would fund no such study now would they??!!
Moving away from fraudulent labels from psychiatry and recognizing autism as illness that needs treatment is needed. The National Institute of Mental Health is not only a government agency it also includes psychiatry as a disipline. There is bias involved and genetic bias before illness based cause.
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There's a few here, but 90 percent is coming from Winnipeg who mass posts and attempts to gain attention on every article, and makes every article into a vaccine cause.
Where does it say I can't post as often as I want? I keep these forums alive by challenging the bozo's.
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i just read this hypothetical Lancette Published trash. It says nothing. So people without mental illness are different than those with. How much money was wasted comming to that conclusion? The illnesses listed have all been suspected as vaccine side effect. But you see no study of that.
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There's a few here, but 90 percent is coming from Winnipeg who mass posts and attempts to gain attention on every article, and makes every article into a vaccine cause.
Seriously he's getting paid to troll here, otherwise he's nuts.
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Seriously he's getting paid to troll here, otherwise he's nuts.
His son's autism (if it really is autism) has screwed up his brain, so yes, he's nuts.
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Sounds like another failure and wasted time on genes. Genes have been extensively studied for past 20 years with billions spent, but no results. In every study, the word MAYBE is the best result found. Also, no has ever explained the normal development followed by regression shortly after vaccination with thousand of concrete videos and documented evidence.

It is just naive to blame genes when in fact we know that adjuvants in VACCINES cause neuroinflammation leading to neurological damages. But no one will study that, or should we say no one is authorized to do just that
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His son's autism (if it really is autism) has screwed up his brain, so yes, he's nuts.
We have a lot of garbages like you here...

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Seriously he's getting paid to troll here, otherwise he's nuts.
They have no understanding of science, or simply refuse to accept science since it goes against their conspiracy and hope for a huge pay day. Anti vaxxer keep calling it blame, which shows you their mind-set and they keep saying 'thousands'. If that were true, were are they and those video's??
This study doesn't end with any maybe's, This study uses the word evidence. Genetics has not been studied for the past 20 years. That is a common anti vaxxer lie. Genetic studies of any sort is quite difficult, and many disorders have yet to have a known cause.
I don't think he is a common troll, it's obvious he's an attention seeker. The reason why anti vaxxers post so much every where, is if they keep it up, their conspiracy then must be true.
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<quoted text>I don't think he is a common troll, it's obvious he's an attention seeker..
Yes, trolling is identified as a form of addictive behavior, an outlet that untlimately is about gaining noteriety/attention. There is often abusive language targeted often at specific individuals online with the specific intention to create trouble with little empathy for the mental state of their intended targets.

The Winnipeg fellow is certainly not in the category of 'vile' troll but I suspect he may be one of the suspected paid trolls (paid by topix) to make threads contraversial to attract hits and therefore provide topix with a case to bring in advertisers.

I have seen prestigious universities on topix advertising postgraduate courses next to threads discussing rape pedophilia and racism. Their brand label surely would not want to be associated with the filth posted online, my guess is the masquerade that there are mods here gives a false impression of regualtion of content.
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They have no understanding of science, or simply refuse to accept science since it goes against their conspiracy and hope for a huge pay day. Anti vaxxer keep calling it blame, which shows you their mind-set and they keep saying 'thousands'. If that were true, were are they and those video's??
This study doesn't end with any maybe's, This study uses the word evidence. Genetics has not been studied for the past 20 years. That is a common anti vaxxer lie. Genetic studies of any sort is quite difficult, and many disorders have yet to have a known cause.
I don't think he is a common troll, it's obvious he's an attention seeker. The reason why anti vaxxers post so much every where, is if they keep it up, their conspiracy then must be true.
A urine sample. A nice change from the stool samples.
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This is the biggest garbage here. A troll. Look at her previous quotes, at one point she had a kid on autism...with the amount of posting she does that kid is left to herself...someone please call the wellfare dept.
You nailed it...again.
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His son's autism (if it really is autism) has screwed up his brain, so yes, he's nuts.
whatever pric99

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I doubt he's a paid troll. Topix deletes tons of his posts. There's no such thing as a pharma paid troll, either. Like either would actually pay anyone. As if any of us has any real impact here.

You're better off ignoring attention seekers. Their primary intent is provoking others into an emotional response. Anti vaxxers have no self control, as seen here. No one takes them seriously, or agree's with them. So just pretend he's not even here.
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Yes, trolling is identified as a form of addictive behavior, an outlet that untlimately is about gaining noteriety/attention. There is often abusive language targeted often at specific individuals online with the specific intention to create trouble with little empathy for the mental state of their intended targets.
The Winnipeg fellow is certainly not in the category of 'vile' troll but I suspect he may be one of the suspected paid trolls (paid by topix) to make threads contraversial to attract hits and therefore provide topix with a case to bring in advertisers.
I have seen prestigious universities on topix advertising postgraduate courses next to threads discussing rape pedophilia and racism. Their brand label surely would not want to be associated with the filth posted online, my guess is the masquerade that there are mods here gives a false impression of regualtion of content.
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I doubt he's a paid troll. Topix deletes tons of his posts. There's no such thing as a pharma paid troll, either. Like either would actually pay anyone. As if any of us has any real impact here.
You're better off ignoring attention seekers. Their primary intent is provoking others into an emotional response. Anti vaxxers have no self control, as seen here. No one takes them seriously, or agree's with them. So just pretend he's not even here.
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His posts are deleted! then he sounds like an attention seeker as you say.
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I doubt he's a paid troll. Topix deletes tons of his posts. There's no such thing as a pharma paid troll, either. Like either would actually pay anyone. As if any of us has any real impact here.
You're better off ignoring attention seekers. Their primary intent is provoking others into an emotional response. Anti vaxxers have no self control, as seen here. No one takes them seriously, or agree's with them. So just pretend he's not even here.
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In that case consider yourself ignored.

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