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Capella University Offers New Online Programs For Data Professionals

May 06, 2014 AM EDT Capella University in Minnesota is offering three new online programs for data professionals, school officials announced.

NorthShore University HealthSystem Launches Breast Cancer Program

May 06, 2014 AM EDT NorthShore University HealthSystem in Illinois is launching a program that offers comprehensive breast health evaluation for women to determine their risk for developing breast cancer, the Chicago ...

Professor Bans Students From Thanking God At Graduation Ceremony

May 05, 2014 PM EDT A professor at East Carolina University in North Carolina is banning his students from thanking God in their graduation statements, Campus Reform reported.

Domestic Violence Victims Are More Likely To Smoke

May 05, 2014 PM EDT Women who are victims of domestic violence may be more likely to take up smoking, according to a recent study.

Maryland To Ban The Sale Of Extreme-Strength Alcohol

May 05, 2014 PM EDT The governor of Maryland signed a bill on Monday banning extreme-strength alcohol in the state.

UCLA Considers A Diversity Requirement For Undergraduates

May 05, 2014 PM EDT The University of California at Los Angeles is again considering a proposal that would require most undergraduate students to take at least one diversity course, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Many Young Parents Believe E-Cigarettes Are Safer Than Tobacco

May 05, 2014 PM EDT Many young parents who use e-cigarettes believe the devices are safer for those around them, according to a recent study.

Using Marijuana At School May Be A Cry For Help

May 05, 2014 PM EDT Students who drank alcohol or used marijuana on campus were at higher risk for trauma and mental health problems, according to a recent study.

Bullied Students Are 31 Times More Likely To Bring A Weapon To School

May 05, 2014 PM EDT Bullied students are more likely to carry weapons to school, according to a recent study.

Risk Of Nutritional Deficiencies In Obese Teens, Including Those Who've Had Weight Loss Surgery

May 05, 2014 AM EDT Severely obese children, including those who have had weight-loss surgery, have a high risk of nutritional deficiencies, according to a recent study.

Obese Children With Supermarket Access More Likely To Lose Weight

May 04, 2014 PM EDT Obese children who live close to a supermarket are more likely to eat better and improve their weight, according to a recent study.

Cigarette Smoking During Pregnancy May Increase Heart Defect Risk In Babies

May 03, 2014 PM EDT Smoking during pregnancy may raise the risk for congenital heart defects in babies, according to a recent study.

Nightmares May Be A Signal Of A Child Being Bullied

May 03, 2014 PM EDT Many children who are bullied suffer in silence. But there may be a way to identify victims of bullying before they suffer serious, long-term mental health problems, according to a recent study.

Helmet Therapy For Flat Head Syndrome In Babies Has No Benefits

May 02, 2014 PM EDT Helmet therapy for babies with skull deformation is not effective, according to a recent study MedPage Today reported.

Chatham University To Admit Male Undergrads In 2015

May 02, 2014 PM EDT One of the oldest women's colleges in the United States is going coed beginning in 2015, the Pittsburgh Business Times reported.

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