Combating Early Death in People with Serious Mental Illness

Parental Alienation

A recent article  and commentary  in JAMA Psychiatry contain some disturbing statistics about early death for people with serious mental illness (SMI). Mark Olfson’s team followed a group of 1.1 million people with schizophrenia and found that, during the study period, they were more than 3.5 times more likely to die than the general population. These individuals are estimated to be losing 28.5 years of life, primarily because of natural causes.

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One thought on “Combating Early Death in People with Serious Mental Illness

  1. They have not got ” mental illnesses ” . They have vitamin b12 deficiency symptoms . To combat early death it would be necessary to treat the victims of this industrial scale health fraud with methylcobalamin active vitamin b12 .

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