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Walnuts Linked To Better Diet, Improvement In Health Risk Factors

Nov 24, 2015 PM EST Eating walnuts could improve overall diet and lower some health risk factors, according to a recent study.

Negative Body Image Increase Adolescent Obesity Risk

Nov 09, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that negative body image significantly increases the risk of obesity regardless of whether youth have depression.

Teens Sex Talks Linked To Less Risky Behavior

Nov 02, 2015 PM EST Having the "sex talk" with your children is a necessary and effective evil, according to a recent study.

Birth Order May Influence IQ, Eldest Child Tends To Be Smarter

Oct 20, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that birth order effects intelligence, but only marginally influences one's personality.

Weight Discrimination May Increase Risk Of Mortality

Oct 19, 2015 AM EDT People who experience weight discrimination have a greater risk of dying, according to a recent study.

UCSF To Ban Sugary Drinks On Campus

Jun 18, 2015 PM EDT The University of Califonia at San Francisco is phasing out sugary beverages being sold on its campus.

Beyonce Course To Debut This Fall At University of Waterloo

Jun 18, 2015 PM EDT Beyonce Knowles is getting her own course at a Canadian university.

Napping Linked to Poorer Sleep Quality in Young Children

Feb 18, 2015 AM EST Napping beyond the age of 2 is linked to poorer sleep quality in young children, according to a recent study

New Drug Makes It Easier To Quit Smoking

Feb 17, 2015 PM EST A nicotine addiction pill can help cigarette smokers cut down gradually when they can't go cold turkey, according to a recent study.

High-Fat Diet May Help Minimize Heart Attack Damage

Feb 17, 2015 AM EST A high-fat diet decreases the risk of heart attack and stroke in the short run, according to a recent study.

Simple Saliva Test Could Diagnose Autism

Feb 16, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that a saliva test may one day be able to diagnose autism.

Winter Weather Linked To Vitamin D Deficiency In City Dwellers

Feb 16, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that people living in snowy, northern cities in the United States are at risk of vitamin D deficiency and worse, may not even know it.

Marijuana Use Linked to Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Teens

Feb 15, 2015 AM EST New research links marijuana use to excessive daytime sleepiness in adolescents.

Twitter May Be The Right Prescription For Sharing Health Research

Feb 15, 2015 AM EST New research suggests that using Twitter can help physicians be better prepared to answer questions from their patients.

Winter Weather May Deprive City Dwellers of Vitamin D

Feb 14, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that people living in snowy, northern cities in the United States are at risk of vitamin D deficiency and worse, may not even know it.

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