Cancer plays a part in schizophrenia mortality By Eleanor McDermid.

In the population-centered cohort, the overall mortality rate between 1999 and 2008 was 20.0 percent among 9038 schizophrenia patients, compared with 9.4 percent among 969,090 people without schizophrenia, the team reports in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Related StoriesNew RNA test of blood platelets can be used to identify location of cancerCornell biomedical engineers develop 'super natural killer cells' to destroy cancers cells in lymph nodesCrucial modification in single DNA foundation predisposes children to aggressive form of cancerThe improved mortality price was present for patients of every age except those aged 90 years or more.In the gut live one trillion bacteria, which are referred to as microbiota or gut flora, and which have co-advanced in symbiosis with humans. According to this study, treatment with antibiotics can alter this symbiosis from early stages of the treatment. Adjustments in gut bacteria The biodiversity of the bacteria that form the gut microbiota, according to the total results, decreases during the treatment to the real point of reaching it is minimum 11 days following the beginning. However, by the end of the treatment, the situation is certainly reversed and the individual presents a bacterial population similar to the first.