NIH programs shed light on gene variants and their connections to health and disease

Programs supported by the National Institutes of Health are developing which genes and genomic variants contribute in human disease, allowing their usage in genomic medication and research study. NIH’s... Read more »

Behavioral health workforce faces critical challenges in meeting population needs

Ann Arbor, May 17, 2018 – The United States psychological health system deals with substantial obstacles in providing behavioral health care to populations in requirement. In an unique supplement... Read more »

Why hospital staff sympathize with patients who self-discharge

IMAGE: Roughly 2 percent to 3 percent of clients release themselves from health center versus medical recommendations each year in the UK and United States, with the numbers increasing... Read more »

Taxing sugar-sweetened beverages increase stigma for low-income groups, Aboriginal peoples

When thinking about taxing sugar-sweetened drinks in Canada, policy-makers need to take a look at lessons gained from tobacco tax, particularly how tax might increase inequalities and preconception, argues... Read more »