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Sports And Energy Drinks Linked To Unhealthy Teens

May 08, 2014 AM EDT Teenagers who drink sports or energy drinks on the regular are more likely to consumer other sugary drinks, smoke cigarettes and spend more time in front of a computer or television, according to a ...

One In 25 Middle School Students Are Binge Drinking

May 08, 2014 AM EDT One in 25 middle school children had consumed five or more drinks on at least one occasion in the preceding year, according to a recent study.

ADHD Linked To Traumatic Childhood Experiences

May 08, 2014 AM EDT Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) experience more adversities than those without the condition, according to a recent study.

Erectile Dysfunction Drug Could Treat The Effects Of Muscle Disease In Boys

May 07, 2014 PM EDT A drug typically prescribed for erectile dysfunction or increased pressure in the arteries may be able to help treat the effects of muscles disease in boys, according to a recent study.

FDA Says Daily Dose Of Aspirin May Not Be Safe For Everyone

May 07, 2014 PM EDT The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said taking an aspirin daily can help prevent a heart attack or stroke in some people, but not in everyone, HealthDay reported.

Perceived Age , Weight Discrimination May Be Bad For Health

May 07, 2014 PM EDT Perceived age and weight discrimination may be worse for health in older adults than perceived race and sex discrimination, according to a recent study.

Early Depression, Anger May Affect Love Life For More Than 20 Years

May 07, 2014 PM EDT Negative emotions people may have young adults may taint their love life for more than 20 years,according to a recent study.

Anger Motivates People To Volunteer

May 07, 2014 PM EDT Anger may be just as effective at motivating people to volunteer as sympathy, according to a recent study.

College Students May Be Increasing Their Risk Of Cancer Later On

May 07, 2014 AM EDT College students may be increasing their risk of cancer later on in life, according to a recent study.

UC Faculty Wants To Discontinue Chinese-Controlled Institute

May 06, 2014 PM EDT Professors at the University of Chicago are demanding the school to discontinue a Chinese government-affiliated organization, Campus Reform reported.

Snacking Associated With Abdominal Fat, Fatty Liver

May 06, 2014 PM EDT Snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods are independently associated with abdominal fat and fatty liver (hepatic steatosis), according to a recent study.

People Are More Likely To Attempt Suicide If Parent Abused Alcohol

May 06, 2014 PM EDT People who grew up with a parent who abused alcohol may have a higher risk of suicide attempt, according to a recent study.

Snacking Quality Appears To Decline As Kids Age

May 06, 2014 PM EDT As children age, the quality of their snacks appears to decline, according to a recent study.

School of Mass Communication at Loyola University Makes Accreditation History

May 06, 2014 PM EDT The School of Mass Communication at Loyola University New Orleans has received two historic national accreditations, school officials announced.

Coffee May Help Prevent Blindness

May 06, 2014 PM EDT Drinking coffee may help prevent deteriorating eyesight and possible blindness from retinal degeneration due to glaucoma, aging and diabetes, according to a recent study The Post-Standard reported.

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