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Antidepressants may not work in patients with chronic illnesses

Research on chronic illnesses and depression indicates that depression rates are high among patients with chronic conditions. In fact, depression is approximately two to three times more common in patients with a chronic physical health...

source: By Dorothy L. Tengler
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Imagine you're visiting your doctor for a checkup. Your doctor takes all the usual measurements like your height, weight, heart rate, and blood pressure, and then tells you she's going to sequence your DNA. The doc swabs your cheek to get your DNA and uses a small handheld...

source: Popular Mechanics

Over the last 50 years, medicine has made significant progress in preventing, treating and curing disease. And yet, this progress has not been seen equally across all groups. Scientists throughout Feinberg School of Medicine are deeply invested in identifying health disparities...

source: Northwestern Medicine

In the United States, someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds. While stents, transplants, angioplasty, by-pass operations, drugs and improved patient care have dramatically cut deaths from heart disease, it remains the No. 1 killer....

source: Medical Plastics News

If you're tuned into the ever-evolving, sometimes ridiculous world of wellness, you've likely heard about the new trend of testing the composition of your gut microbiome. Essentially, you mail in a fecal (yes, poop) sample to companies...

source: SELF

Aimed at providing an opportunity to engage students in a manner that would improve learning, the faculty at the University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi, has developed two Simulated Virtual Patients for medical students to gain clinical experience with simulation...

source: The Hindu

Scientists from A*STAR's Genome Institute of Singapore and medical oncologists from the National Cancer Centre Singapore have discovered that lung cancer tumors in Asian patients contain much higher genetic diversity...

source: Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore


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