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Obesity Associated with Low Endurance, Fatigue in the Workplace

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT Obesity may be linked to low endurance and increased fatigue in the workplace, according to a recent study. ...

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Isaiah Austin 'Drafted' Into the NBA, Commissioner Adam Silver Offers Ex-Baylor Bear a Job Upon Graduation

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT Isaiah Austin's dream was to play professional basketball before his medical condition derailed his career before it began, but the NBA is still hoping to help him out. ...

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Death of Parent During Childhood May Increase Mortality Risk in Early Adulthood

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT Experiencing the loss of a parent during childhood or adolescence has been linked to a greater risk of mortality in early adulthood, according to a recent study. ...

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Controlling Childbirth Pain Linked To Lower Depression Risk

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT Controlling pain during childbirth and post delivery could reduce the risk of postpartum depression, according to a recent study. ...

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American University Introduces Two New Concentrations for International Relations Online Program

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT American University in Washington D.C. is launching new concentrations for its International Relations Online Program, school officials announced. ...

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One-Third of Obese Children Think They're Thinner than They Are

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT Many obese and underweight children may think they are healthier than they really are, according to a recent study HealthDay reported. ...

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NSA Looks to Recruit Cyber Professionals in College, An Area Experiencing a 'Critical Shortage'

Jul 23, 2014 PM EDT The U.S. National Security Administration (NSA) is addressing a shortage of cyber professionals by recruiting directly from colleges and universities. ...

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Game of Thrones College Course Comes to UVA, Students To Analyze Book Series and TV Show

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT HBO has seen their "Game of Thrones" television series, adapted from George R.R. Martin's epic novels, become a massive success and now both will be the subject of a college course. ...

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Consumers Are More Likely To Buy Products When Given Fewer Options

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT Knowledgeable consumers are more likely to buy products when they are given fewer options, according to a recent study. ...

Hysterectomy Risks Spread Of Undetected Uterine Cancers, Study.

Hysterectomy Risks Spread Of Undetected Uterine Cancers, Study

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT Hysterectomy procedure risks the spreading of undetected uterine cancers, according to a new study by the Columbia University Medical Center. ...

Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk of Schizophrenia, Study.

Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk of Schizophrenia, Study

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT People suffering from Vitamin D deficiency are twice more likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia than those with sufficient levels of it, according to a new study by the Isfahan University of ...

High-Salt Diets Double Stroke Risk in Diabetic Patients, Study.

High-Salt Diet Doubles Stroke Risk in Type-2 Diabetics, Study

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT Type-2 diabetic patients, who adopt diets rich in salt content, face heightened risk of developing cardiovascular diseases than those who consume less sodium, according to a new study by the ...

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