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Individuals who commit suicide struggle with mental illness. However, not all individuals who struggle with mental illness commit suicide. Other factors such as genetics, too, are at play. A recent collaboration between University of Utah Health and pharmaceutical giant, Janssen seeks to uncover the link – possibly giving birth to new suicide prevention medication.

High costs of cancer drug development are often blamed for the phenomenal prices, where industrial estimates placed at over 2 billion dollars. A recent study, however, disputed such figures and argued that profits are unjustifiable. Will the study provide any weight in the battle against soaring prices of cancer drugs?

A new study released in the United States reveals a positive link between influenza vaccination and miscarriages. However, beyond the claims and correlations, is there any actual plausible causation?

A comprehensive global study has revealed how millions of people don’t seem to care much about the effects their diet has on their health.

Under the new guidelines on dealing with sepsis doled out by NHS in the UK, antibiotics are to be administered within one hour to patients showing signs of contracting sepsis. Recent findings however, showed that one in four NHS trusts are not meeting the guidelines – after failing to dispense the life-saving antibiotics to half the patients within the required time frame.

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has released a complete guide for healthcare professionals in diagnosing and treating endometriosis – complemented with various recommended treatments options, and step by step guides on how to implement them.

Inflammation is the hallmark of injured tissues or a body under attack by pathogens. However, in recent years, inflammation takes on new meanings — as research underscores its intimate relationship with many non-infectious diseases, perhaps, even all of them.

A recent report released by the United Nations (UN) analysed nearly 200 countries worldwide in terms of meeting health-related goals set by the organisation. The findings drew attention to the alarmingly few health targets expected to be wholly met by 2030 and large disparities between countries.

A study from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine indicates that widespread misinformation about the correlation between alcohol and cancer was perpetrated, by none other than the alcohol industry itself, with serious consequences.

In their world that borders on shades of obscurity, these children lag behind in the race of social, academic and economic achievement. Yet, beneath all constrictions, there is a quiet yearning for higher landscapes and bigger glimpses of life.

Doctors are still being surprised by patients with rare diseases which have yet to secure any absolute solutions and treatment options.