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Scripps College To Admit Transgender Women

Dec 08, 2014 AM EST Scripps College in California has become the latest women's college to make changes to their admissions policy, specifically regarding transgender students.

'Satiety Hormone' May Link Obesity to High Blood Pressure

Dec 08, 2014 AM EST A hormone that regulates the amount of fat stored in the body was found to be responsible for the increase in blood pressure that occurs with weight gain.

Antioxidant Capacity of Orange Juice is 10 TImes Higher Than Indicated

Dec 07, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that the antioxidant activity of orange juice and juices from other citrus fruits is undervalued.

Prescribed Drugs in the Environment May Affect Plant Growth

Dec 07, 2014 AM EST The growth of edible crops can be affected by a range of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, even at the very low concentrations found in the environment, according to a recent study.

Obesity May Shorten Life Expectancy By Up To 8 Years

Dec 06, 2014 AM EST New research suggests that overweight and obese individuals have the potential to decrease their life expectancy by up to eight years.

Concussions in Ontario Children, Youth On The Rise

Dec 06, 2014 AM EST There has been a significant increase in the number of children and youth treated for concussions, according to a recent study.

University of Kansas to Offer New Major in Human Sexuality

Dec 05, 2014 PM EST The University of Kansas will offer a new major in human sexuality for undergraduate students, school officials announced.

Colorado State University Receives Largest-Ever Buyout For Coach

Dec 05, 2014 PM EST The University of Florida will pay the largest buyout ever to hire away Colorado State University's head football coach, Jim McElwain, Colorado State University announced Thursday.

Obesity May Shorten Life Expectancy Up To 8 Years

Dec 05, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that overweight and obese individuals have the potential to decrease their life expectancy by up to eight years.

Men Who Smoke Are More Likely to Lose Y Chromosome, Have Higher Mortality Rates

Dec 05, 2014 AM EST Smoking can cause loss of the Y chromosomes in men, putting them at a higher risk of developing cancer than women, according to a recent study.

People With Mental Illness Are More Likely To Be Tested For HIV

Dec 05, 2014 AM EST People battling mental illness are more likely to have been tested for HIV than those without mental illness, according to a recent study.

Male Smokers More Likely to Lose Y Chromosome, Have Higher Mortality Rates

Dec 05, 2014 AM EST Men who smoke are three times more likely than non-smoking men to lose their Y chromosomes, according to a recent study.

High-Sugar Diet in Fathers May Lead to Obese Offspring

Dec 04, 2014 PM EST Men with a high-sugar diet are more likely to have obese children, according to a recent study.

University of Houston to Offer Graduate Certificate in Upstream Energy Safety

Dec 04, 2014 PM EST The University of Houston in Texas will begin offering a graduate certificate in upstream energy safety in January, school officials announced.

Red Wine May Prevent Cancer

Dec 04, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that red wine may prevent cancer despite alcohol use being a major risk factor for head and neck cancer.

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