Is the quest to prevent psychosis a lost cause?
Last year came another narrative twist in the long-running psychiatric serial drama, whose basic plot is the search for an effective, early intervention for those deemed at high risk of developing psychosis.
The twist came in the form of a study — published in JAMA Psychiatry — designed to test whether taking fish oil could prevent patients from transitioning into the devastating condition. It found no effect.
The hopes of psychiatrists