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E-Cigarettes Use Associated With Quitting Success

May 20, 2014 AM EDT People who smoke e-cigarettes are more likely to quit smoking, according to a recent study.

Competitive Male Fruit Flies Usually Live Shorter Lives

May 19, 2014 PM EDT Male fruit flies that are competitive usually live shorter lives, according to a recent study.

Sleeping Pills May Significantly Increase Risk Of Cardiovascular Events In Heart Failure Patients

May 19, 2014 PM EDT Sleeping pills may significantly increase the risk of cardiovascular events in heart failure patients, according to a recent study.

Obesity, Unhealthy Diets Greater Threat To Health Than Tobacco

May 19, 2014 PM EDT Unhealthy foods may pose a greater risk to global health than tobacco, a United Nations investigator said on Monday.

Weight Bias Affect Political Elections

May 19, 2014 PM EDT Overweight political candidates usually receive fewer votes than their thinner opponents, according to a recent study.

Children Who Exercise Have Better Body-Fat Distribution

May 19, 2014 PM EDT Children who are physically active have better body-fat distribution regardless of their weight, according to a recent study.

The University Of South Carolina Upstate Cuts Women’s And Gender Studies To Teach Constitution

May 19, 2014 PM EDT The University of South Carolina Upstate is closing the Center for Women's and Gender Studies on July 1 and will use its funding to teach the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Federalist ...

High School GPA Could Predict Future Earnings

May 19, 2014 PM EDT A person's high school grade point average may be a strong predictor of their future earnings, according to a recent study.

Insufficient Sleep May Increase Overall Body Fat In Children

May 19, 2014 AM EDT Chronic insufficient sleep may increase overall body fat in children, according to a recent study.

Saliva May Detect Pancreatic Cancer

May 19, 2014 AM EDT Bacteria in the mouth may be used to diagnose pancreatic cancer, according to a recent study.

There May Be No Such Thing As A 'Universal' Intelligence Test

May 17, 2014 AM EDT There may be no such thing as a "universal" intelligence test, according to a recent study.

Semen Abnormalities Linked To Shorter Life Span

May 17, 2014 AM EDT Men rendered infertile due to defects in their semen may have an increased risk of dying sooner than men with normal semen, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Early Menopause Increases Heart Failure Risk In Smokers

May 17, 2014 AM EDT Women who go through early menopause have a higher rate of heart failure, according to a recent study. Smoking, current or past, raises the rate even more.

Marijuana Use Involved In More Fatal Car Accidents Since Its Commercialization

May 16, 2014 PM EDT Marijuana use has been linked to more fatal car accidents since the commercialization of medical marijuana, according to a recent study.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Affects Heart Rate Regulation

May 16, 2014 PM EDT People with a common sleep-breathing disorder "have diminished activity among neurons responsible for keeping heart rate low," their heart rate regulation, according to a recent study.

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