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Antidepressant Use Linked To Abnormal Binocular Vision

May 02, 2014 PM EDT Scientists from the University of Waterloo found that antidepressant and general health may be linked to an eye disorder.

University Of Scranton To Make 'Difficult' Cuts Due To Rising Costs

May 02, 2014 PM EDT The University of Scranton in Pennsylvania plans on making cuts of $4 million due to rising costs and a smaller than expected freshman class, The Times-Tribune reported.

Aerobic Fitness May Improve Memory

May 02, 2014 PM EDT People who are sedentary may have hard time retaining information, according to a recent study.

Minimum Wage Increase: Illinois Colleges Warn Hike Could Force Them To Fire Student Workers

May 02, 2014 AM EDT School officials at college in Illinois are warning that if the state raises the minimum wage, the y will cut hours for student workers, Campus Reform reported.

Media Reporting Of Suicide May Increase Teen Risk

May 02, 2014 AM EDT Heightened news media coverage of suicide may have a significant on the impact on the initiation of some teenage suicide clusters, according to a recent study.

Drinking Alcohol One Month Before Pregnancy May Cause Intestinal Birth Defect

May 01, 2014 PM EDT Consuming alcohol one month prior to conception may cause an intestinal birth defect, according to a recent study.

Mother's Diet During Pregnancy Could Impact Child And Future Generations

May 01, 2014 PM EDT What women eat during their pregnancy could impact the health of not only the offspring but also future generations, according to a recent study.

UV Nail Lamps May Increase Risk Of Skin Cancer

May 01, 2014 PM EDT A visit to the nail salon may increase your risk of developing skin cancer, according to a recent study.

Extreme Sleep Durations Could Lead To Memory Loss In Women

May 01, 2014 PM EDT Extreme sleep durations, such as sleeping too much or too little, may affect brain health later in life, according to a recent study.

Weight Gain Risk Deters Some Smokers From Quitting

May 01, 2014 PM EDT The risk of weight gain may deter some smokers from seeking treatment to quit, according to a recent study.

Children Who Spend A Lot Of Time Outside May Be More Spiritual

May 01, 2014 PM EDT Children who spend a lot of time outdoors may be more spiritual, according to a recent study.

Light Physical Activity May Help Keep Disability At Bay

May 01, 2014 AM EDT Light activity, such as routine housework, that doesn't take a lot of effort may help stave off disability, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Low Vitamin D Levels Linked To Prostate Cancer

May 01, 2014 AM EDT Low levels of vitamin D in men may be linked to prostate cancer, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Parents Likely To Engage In Distracted Driving, Putting Child Passengers At Risk

Apr 30, 2014 PM EDT Parents no less likely to engage in driving distractions like cell phone use than drivers from the general population, according to a recent study.

Brain Scans May Be Able To Diagnose ADHD Someday

Apr 30, 2014 PM EDT A simple brain scan may be able to diagnose attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a recent study Counsel and Heal reported.

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