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Preadolescents Who Participate In Coached Extracurricular Activities Less Likely To Smoke, Drink

Apr 30, 2014 PM EDT Preadolescents who participate in coached extracurricular activities are less likely to smoke or drink, according to a recent study.

UC Berkeley Charges Students To Attend Their Own Commencement

Apr 30, 2014 PM EDT The University of California - Berkeley is charging students to attend their own graduation ceremony, Campus Reform reported.

Babies Can Recognize Objects From Pictures As Soon As 9 Months

Apr 30, 2014 PM EDT Babies may be able to recognize real-life objects from pictures as early as 9-months old, according to a recent study.

High Doses of Antidepressants Linked To Self-Harm In Children, Young Adults

Apr 30, 2014 PM EDT High doses of antidepressants -- selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors such as Prozac or Zoloft -- may raise the risk of suicidal behavior in children and young adults, according to a recent study ...

Breath Analysis May Be Able To Detect Early Lung Cancer

Apr 30, 2014 AM EDT A simple breath analysis may be able to detect early lung cancer, according to a recent study.

Franklin University To Purchase Urbana University

Apr 30, 2014 AM EDT Franklin University in Ohio has purchased Urbana University, a smaller college about an hour away, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

George Washington University To Launch Online Integrative Medicine Program

Apr 29, 2014 PM EDT George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is launching an online Interactive Medicine Program, school officials announced Monday.

Type 2 Diabetes Linked To Brain Atrophy

Apr 29, 2014 PM EDT Type 2 diabetes may cause people to lose more brain volume than is expected as they age, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Georgetown College in Kentucky To Cut 20% Of Faculty, End Four Majors

Apr 29, 2014 PM EDT Georgetown College in Kentucky will eliminate 20 percent of its faculty and end four majors to minimize the impact of a $4 million deficit brought on by enrollment decline, the Lexington Herald-Leader ...

AOL Investigates Security Breach On Network, Advises Users To Change Passwords

Apr 29, 2014 PM EDT AOL is asking its users to change their passwords and security questions after discovering that a mass hack of its network and systems potentially compromised "a significant number" of user accounts, ...

Girls Outperform Boys In All School Subjects

Apr 29, 2014 PM EDT Girls do better than boys in all school subjects, according to a recent study published by the American Psychological Association.

Simple Blood Test May Be Able To Detect Mental Illness

Apr 29, 2014 PM EDT A simple blood test may be able to detect depression, according to a recent study.

US Kids Exposure To Violence Is Decreasing

Apr 29, 2014 AM EDT Despite frequent reports of child abuse and school shootings, a new study reveals that children's exposure to violence and crime has declined in the past decade.

Rude Sales Staff May Boost Luxury Retail Sales

Apr 29, 2014 AM EDT A snobby sales staff may boost luxury retail sales, according to a recent study.

Of Mice And Men: Male Researchers Stress Out Lab Rats

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT Lab rodents may react differently to male and female experimenters, according to a recent study CTV News reported.

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