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Mental Issue

Perfectionism May Lead To Burnout, Health Problems

Jul 31, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that perfectionism can sabotage success, leading to stress, burnout and potential health problems. ...

Pregnancy

Drinking Alcohol At Conception May Boost Offspring’s Diabetes Risk

Jul 31, 2015 PM EDT Women who drink alcohol around the time of conception dramatically increase their offspring's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study. ...

University of Cincinnati

Why UC's President Pushed for Release of Body Camera Footage in Fatal Shooting of Sam Dubose

Jul 31, 2015 PM EDT University of Cincinnati (UC) President Santa Ono was among those pushing for the public release of the body camera footage showing officer Ray Tensing shoot and kill an unarmed motorist during a ...

University of Washington

University of Washington-Led Group Unveils Plan To Reduce Youth Problems

Jul 31, 2015 AM EDT A national coalition of experts aims to reduce youth problems by 20 percent in a decade. ...

Notre Dame Football

Notre Dame's Independence Won't Keep Them Out of College Football Playoff

Jul 31, 2015 AM EDT Notre Dame does not appear close to joining an athletic conference, but the College Football Playoff (CFP) committee will not hold that against them. ...

Tree

Climbing Trees May Improve Memory

Jul 30, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that climbing a tree may improve working memory. ...

Pills

Seniors Prescribed Twice The Mental Health Drugs As Younger Adults, But See Psychiatrists Less

Jul 30, 2015 PM EDT Older adults receive prescriptions for mental health drugs more than twice the rate that younger adults do. ...

Ray Tensing

Ray Tensing Pleads Not Guilty to Murder, Bond Set at $1 Million

Jul 30, 2015 PM EDT Ray Tensing, a former University of Cincinnati (UC) police officer, pleaded not guilty to murder on Thursday and is now being held in jail on $1 million bond, USA Today reported. ...

Obesity

Most Obese Teens Feel Better After Gastric Bypass

Jul 30, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that obese teens generally feel worse than their peers, but after undergoing gastric bypass they usually experience improved mental health. ...

Prostate Cancer

Black Men Are Twice As Likely To Develop, Die From Prostate Cancer Than White Men

Jul 30, 2015 AM EDT New research suggests that black men in England are more likely to be diagnosed with, and dying from, prostate cancer. ...

Will Dana

Rolling Stone Managing Editor Will Dana Resigns, Magazine Fields Another Lawsuit

Jul 30, 2015 AM EDT Rolling Stone continues to feel the backlash from their retracted story about an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia (UVA) fraternity house, as their managing editor announced his ...

Texting

People Walk Slower, Swerve When They Are Texting

Jul 30, 2015 AM EDT People who text while walking significantly affects their pace, according to a recent study. ...

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