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Christian College In Tennessee Changes Statement Of Faith

May 10, 2014 AM EDT A change in Bryan College's statement of faith has cause "an exodus of sorts," Campus Reform reported.

New Species Of Metal-Eating Plant Discovered

May 10, 2014 AM EDT A new plant species with an unusual lifestyle - it eats nickel for a living - has been discovered, according to a recent study.

A Quick Test May Be Able To Spot Depressed Teens

May 09, 2014 PM EDT A simple, quick test may be able to spot depressed teenagers, according to a recent study.

Inactivity Has Greatest Impact On Women's Heart Disease Risk

May 09, 2014 PM EDT Lack of physical activity is the biggest risk factor for heart disease in women older than 30 years old, according to a recent study BBC News reported.

Grape Consumption May Help Alleviate Symptomatic Knee Osteoarthritis

May 09, 2014 PM EDT Regular grape consumption may offer benefits for symptomatic knee osteoarthritis, according to a recent study.

Oberlin College Considers Policy That Would Mandate Transgender Sensitivity Training For Athletes

May 09, 2014 PM EDT Oberlin College in Ohio may make transgender sensitivity training mandatory for all of the staff and coaches in its athletics department in an effort to make it more "inclusive," Campus Reform ...

Hurricanes Katrina, Rita Responsible For Up To Half Of Recorded Stillbirths In Hard Hit Areas

May 09, 2014 PM EDT Hurricanes Katrina and Rita may be responsible for the sharp increase in the risk of stillbirth among pregnant women in the worst hit areas, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Male. Female Athletes Respond Better To Women Psychologists

May 09, 2014 AM EDT Male and female athletes respond better to women psychologists, according to a recent study.

Romantic Relationships Have A Positive Effect On Personality Development

May 09, 2014 AM EDT Romantic relationship may help neurotic people stabilize their personality, according to a recent study.

Eating More Fruits And Vegetables May Lower Stroke Risk By A Third

May 08, 2014 PM EDT Eating more fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk for stroke by almost a third, according to a recent study Reuters reported.

Environmental Dangers May Be Killing Off 'Teenage' Songbirds

May 08, 2014 PM EDT About one-third of songbird species across North America are experiencing long-term declines, according to a recent study.

Reducing Test Anxiety Could Also Reduce Depression Symptoms

May 08, 2014 PM EDT Reducing test anxiety may help prevent more severe problems, according to a recent study.

ECU Officials Reverse Professor's Ban On Graduates Thanking God At Graduation Ceremony

May 08, 2014 PM EDT Officials at East Carolina University in North Carolina are reversing a professor's ban on graduates thanking God, Fox News reported.

Trampolines Send More Than 1 Million People To The ER

May 08, 2014 PM EDT Trampolines may be fun to jump and bounce around on, but they can also be very dangerous, according to a recent study The Indianapolis Star reported.

Viagra, Cialis Could Help Boys With Muscular Dystrophy

May 08, 2014 AM EDT Drugs that are usually prescribed to treat erectile dysfunction in adult males may be able to help treat boys who have a muscle disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy, according to a recent study ...

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