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Hookah Exposes Users To Cancer-Causing Agents

May 16, 2014 PM EDT People who smoke water pipes in hookah bars may be exposing themselves to nicotine and cancer-causing agents, according to a recent study.

Fat Shaming Worse For Health Than Racism, Sexism

May 16, 2014 PM EDT "Fat-shaming" may be more harmful to a person's health than discrimination associated with racism or sexism, according to a recent study Campus Reform reported.

US Foreclosures Linked To Increased Suicide Rate In Middle-Aged Adults

May 16, 2014 PM EDT Recent foreclosures in the United States have been linked to an increase in suicide rates, according to a recent study.

Berkeley Students Request More Sustainable Cap And Gowns Before Commencement

May 16, 2014 AM EDT Students at the University of California - Berkeley are requesting environmentally friendly caps and gowns just five days before graduation, Campus Reform reported.

Men Who Are Infertile May Have An Increased Risk Of Mortality

May 16, 2014 AM EDT Men who are infertile may have an increased risk of dying sooner than men with normal semen, according to a recent study.

Overweight Teens Are More Likely To Be Rejected As Friends

May 15, 2014 PM EDT Overweight teens are more likely to be rejected as friends by peers who are normal weight, according to a recent study.

One Episode Of Binge Drinking Can Have Significant Negative Health Effects

May 15, 2014 PM EDT A single episode of binge drinking can adversely affect health, according to a recent study.

Too Much High-Intensity Exercises Could Put Heart At Risk

May 15, 2014 PM EDT Too much high-intensity exercise may not be beneficial for the heart, according to two recent reports Live Science reported.

Twitter: Young Adults Are Wary Of The Microblogging Service

May 15, 2014 PM EDT Millennials have a healthy mistrust of the information they read on Twitter, according to a recent study.

Clover Leaf University Offers Curriculum Devoted To Study Of Marijuana

May 15, 2014 PM EDT Clover Leaf University in Colorado is offering an entire curriculum devoted to the study of cannabis, Campus Reform reported.

Solar Winds Increase Lightning Strikes On Earth

May 15, 2014 PM EDT Lightning on Earth may not only be triggered by cosmic rays from space, but also by energetic particles from the sun, according to a recent study The Guardian reported.

Heavy Social Drinkers May Have A Higher Risk Of Developing Alcoholism

May 15, 2014 AM EDT The effects of alcohol on young binge drinkers may predict future alcoholism, according to a recent study.

Commonly Prescribed Antidepressant May Slow Alzheimer's Disease

May 15, 2014 AM EDT A commonly prescribed antidepressant may slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease, according to a recent study.

Paramount California University To Offer Hundreds Of Online Courses

May 13, 2014 PM EDT Paramount California University is offering hundreds of online courses on just about every topic, making it easier for potential learners to take high-quality online courses no matter where they are ...

Twitter To Roll Out Mute Feature In Coming Weeks

May 13, 2014 PM EDT Twitter introduced a new feature Monday that will let users hide certain tweets and retweets from their feeds, the Washington Post reported.

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