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HIV-Positive Children Have an Increased Risk of Developing Pneumonia

Jan 06, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that HIV-positive children in developing countries are six times more likely to die from pneumonia than children without the virus.

King University Receives $50,000 Grant Meaningful Lives Program

Jan 06, 2015 PM EST King University in Tennessee has received $50,000 from the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) program to fund their Meaningful Lives ...

People Buy More Food After New Year, Despite Resolutions

Jan 06, 2015 AM EST New research suggests that people buy the greatest amount of food and calories after the holidays, despite New Year's resolution to eat healthier and lose weight.

Vitamin D Status Linked to Duration of Respiratory Support in ICU Patients

Jan 06, 2015 AM EST New research suggests that vitamin D status may influence the duration of respiratory support needed for surgical intensive care patients.

Seasoned Drivers Are Worst at Texting and Driving

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST New research from Wayne State University suggests that older or more mature drivers -- who typically are better drivers in many circumstances -- are much worse than their younger counterparts when ...

Alcohol Taxes May Reduce Binge Drinking

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST Higher alcohol taxes strongly protect against binge drinking, according to a recent study.

Chronic High Blood Pressure May Increase Risk of Glaucoma

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that chronic hypertension increases a person's susceptibility to glaucoma.

Mom's Exercise Habits May Be Good for Blood Pressure in Kids

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST A mother's exercise habits may help improve her children's blood pressure, according to a recent study.

MSU Launches Research Program to Retain First-Year Students

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST Montana State University will launch a new initiative to engage students through research as part of its efforts to help students stay in school.

Ebola Outbreak May Offer Lessons, Reminders for Critical Care Clinicians

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST The Ebola outbreak in West Africa could offer some insight into how healthcare professionals can respond more effectively to current and future challenges, according to a recent study.

Women Crave A Cigarette More Strongly During Their Periods

Jan 05, 2015 AM EST The menstrual cycle may have an effect on nicotine cravings, according to a recent study.

Daily Exercise May Improve Balance, Quality of Life For Parkinson Patients

Jan 05, 2015 AM EST Being physically active could alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, according to a recent study.

CSU Receives Record $42.5M Gift to Propel Regenerative Medicine [VIDEO]

Jan 04, 2015 PM EST Colorado State University will receive the largest cash gift its history to improve human and animal health and well-being, school officials announced.

Fairfield University, Local Police Department Launch Program to Help Find Missing Children

Jan 03, 2015 PM EST Two years ago, an autistic teenager was found by the Fairfield Police Department unable to communicate and with no form of identification.

Binge Drinking May Impair the Immune System in Young Adults

Jan 03, 2015 AM EST Binge drinking may disrupt the immune system of young, healthy adults, according to a recent study.

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