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Appetite Suppressant May Also Fight Anxiety

May 25, 2015 PM EDT A drug that controls appetite could also combat anxiety disorders, according to a recent study. ...

Mexican Jay

Mexican Jays Evaluates Peanuts By Weighing Them [WATCH]

May 25, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that some birds evaluate their food in similar ways humans do. ...

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Rutgers Football Player Darian Dailey Arrested for Robbery Alongside Other Man

May 25, 2015 PM EDT Darian Dailey, a cornerback on the Rutgers University football team, was arrested Sunday alongside a man named Trazelle Johnson in Manatee County, Fla. on robbery charges. ...

Yale University

Connecticut, Pennsylvania Considering State-Mandated 'Yes Means Yes' Sexual Assault Policies

May 25, 2015 AM EDT Conn. and Penn. are the latest states to introduce a "Yes Means Yes" sexual assault policy mandate for its colleges, but either would only be the second in the U.S. to officially adopt it. ...

Mike Slive

Satellite Camps, Graduate Transfer Rule to be Prominent Topics at SEC Spring Meetings

May 25, 2015 AM EDT Mike Slive is preparing for his final spring meetings as the commissioner of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) as it heads into a transitional phase. ...

An Arctic Pond

Climate Change: Severe Weather May Be Linked To Arctic Warming

May 25, 2015 AM EDT There may be a link between the Arctic meltdown and severe weather in countries including the United Kingdom and the United States, according to a recent study. ...

Depression

Depression May Be Linked To A 5-Fold Increased Death Risk

May 24, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that depression may be associated with a significant increase in the risk of death. ...

Sleep

Insomnia May Increase Death Risk

May 23, 2015 PM EDT Persistent insomnia could eventually lead to increased inflammation and mortality risk, according to a recent study. ...

Wesleyan University

Former Wesleyan Students Indicted on Federal Drug Charges Related to Molly Overdose Incident

May 23, 2015 AM EDT Of the five Wesleyan University students arrested in Connecticut for drug distribution charges, two are now facing federal charges. ...

Facebook

Facebook Posts About Relationships And Accomplishments May Reveal Low Self-Esteem, Narcissism

May 22, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that people with low self-esteem frequently posts status updates about their romantic partner, RT reported. ...

Hampton University

Hampton University Launches Program To Reduce Violence

May 22, 2015 PM EDT Hampton University has launched a program to keep young African-American males out of trouble, WVEC News reported. ...

McDonalds

Overweight Teens' Brains Are Susceptible To Food Commercials

May 22, 2015 PM EDT TV food commercials disproportionately stimulate the brains of overweight adolescents, according to a recent study. ...

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