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Fast Food Linked to Lower Test Scores in 8th Graders

Dec 22, 2014 PM EST The amount of fast food children eat may affect how well they do in school, according to a recent study.

Career Education Corp. to Sell Le Cordon Bleu Colleges of Culinary Arts

Dec 22, 2014 AM EST Career Education Corporation announced Monday that it plans to pursue the divestiture of its Le Cordon Bleu North America colleges of culinary arts.

Music Class Can Spark Language Development, Improve Reading

Dec 22, 2014 AM EST Children who pay attention in their music class show greater gains in language development and reading, according to a recent study.

Fashion Trends May Soon Be Predicted By Data, Technology

Dec 22, 2014 AM EST Big data may become the next big thing in the fashion industry, according to a recent study.

Early Caregiving Experiences May Have Long-Term Effects on Social Relationships, Achievement

Dec 22, 2014 AM EST The effects of early caregiving experiences remain as individual develop and may impact their social relationships, according to a recent study.

Early Exposure to Antidepressants May Affect Adult Anxiety

Dec 21, 2014 PM EST Women who take antidepressant during their pregnancy could significantly affect their offspring as they mature into adults, according to a recent study.

Marywood University and Luzerne County Community College Sign Enrollment Agreements

Dec 21, 2014 PM EST Marywood University and Luzerne County Community College (LCCC) have entered into two new enrollment agreements that will help students complete their academic degrees.

Ibuprofen May Increase Life Span

Dec 21, 2014 AM EST New research suggests that a common over-the-counter drug that tackles pain and fever could also lead to a longer, healthier life.

Technophobia May Keep Older Adults From Using Apps To Manage Diabetes

Dec 19, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that despite showing interest in web or mobile apps, only a small number of older adults use web or mobile apps to help manage their Type 2 diabetes.

High Blood Sugar in Children With Diabetes May Be Linked to Changes in Brain Growth

Dec 19, 2014 PM EST Young children with type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared to children without diabetes, according to a recent study.

Family Criticizing Your Weight May Cause You to Put on More Pounds

Dec 19, 2014 PM EST Criticizing someone's weight may cause them to pack on more pounds, according to a recent study.

Tooth Loss May Be Linked to Slowing Mind, Body

Dec 19, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that the memory and walking speeds of adults who have lost all of their teeth decline more rapidly than in those who still have some of their own teeth.

Fashion Trends Could Someday Be Predicted By Data, Technology

Dec 19, 2014 AM EST Big data is set to become a huge asset to the fashion industry, according to a recent study.

Domestic Violence May Affect Children Before They Are Born

Dec 18, 2014 PM EST Domestic abuse could affect children even before they are born, according to a recent study.

University of La Verne to Offer Bachelor of Arts Degree at Mt. SAC

Dec 18, 2014 PM EST The University of La Verne is partnering with Mt. San Antonio Community College (Mt. SAC) to bring a bachelor of arts degree to Mt. SAC, The Daily Bulletin reported.

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