Diagnosing People Who Might Be Suicidal


By Molly Clifton

A study from Indiana University finds biological markers in the blood may be a red flag for people at risk of suicide.

Researchers found the markers were significantly higher in people who took their own lives and in patients who have suicidal thoughts.

Doctors say the results could lead to a test psychiatrists can use.

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