A condition that primarily affects elderly people and is characterized by severe loss of memory, dementia, and behavior change.
Prescription drug used to help manage symptoms of schizophrenia, the manic phase of manic-depression, and other psychotic disorders.
A complicated neurological disorder characterized by frequent mood swings punctuated by extremes of emotion.
A condition characterized by profound periods of despair accompanied by weight fluctuations, fatigue, and listlessness.
A state of reduced consciousness in which the brain no longer functions properly.
A diabetic condition occurring when Diabetes Mellitus runs unchecked and out of control.
A serious medical condition that results from an elevated level of blood sugar, called glucose.
Pharmaceutical company that develops, produces, and sells Zyprexa.
A condition in which the victim fluctuates dramatically between the extremes of "mania," characterized by extreme activity and emotion, to "depression," a period of extreme despondency and melancholy.
The active ingredient in Zyprexa that inhibits the transmission of serotonin and dopamine, two of the brain's important chemical messengers.
A complicated condition that involves chronic mental disturbances of cognitive processes, emotion, and behavior.