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High Doses of Antidepressants May Increase Risk Of Self-Harm In Children, Young Adults

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT High doses of antidepressants may increase the risk of self-harm in children and young adults, according to a recent study.

Nicholls State University To No Longer Offer Remedial Courses

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT Nicholls State University in Louisiana will no longer accept students who need remedial courses in an effort to boost admission standards, houmatoday.com reported.

Doane College Will Pay Students For Referrals

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT Doane College in Nebraska will begin paying students and alumni who refer new students to its School of Graduate and professional Studies, the Associated Press reported.

Shorter Life Span, Higher Cancer Risk In Men Linked To Loss Of Y Chromosome

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT The loss of the Y chromosome in blood cells may be linked to a shorter life span and higher cancer risk in men, according to a recent study.

South Carolina State University May Run Out Of Money As Soon As Next Month

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT South Carolina State University is running out of money and is hoping state lawmakers will save the school from "financial disaster," The Times and Democrat reported.

Laughter Helps Fight Age-Related Memory Loss

Apr 28, 2014 PM EDT Many people are familiar with the saying, "Laughter is the best medicine," but a new study suggests that the motto may ring true when it comes to age-related memory loss, Medical News Today reported.

Teens Who Use Alcohol, Marijuana Simultaneously May Be At An Increased Risk For Unsafe Driving

Apr 28, 2014 AM EDT Teenagers who drink alcohol and smoke marijuana simultaneously may have a higher risk of driving unsafely, according to a recent study.

Many Women Who Receive Breast Cancer Treatment Are Unemployed Within Four Years

Apr 28, 2014 AM EDT Unemployment is common after breast cancer treatment, according to a recent study.

Dartmouth Greek Orgs Cancel Fundraiser Over Concerns Its Cultural Theme May Be Offensive

Apr 28, 2014 AM EDT Two Greek organizations at Dartmouth College have canceled a fundraiser for cardiac care over concerns that the theme of the annual philanthropic event, "Phiesta," might be offensive, Campus Reform ...

Exercise May Help Reduce Methamphetamine Use

Apr 28, 2014 AM EDT Regular physical activity may help reduce methamphetamine use, according to a recent study.

Teen Drinking Linked To Risky Behavior In Adulthood

Apr 27, 2014 PM EDT Teen drinking alters brain chemistry and may have long-term effects on decision making, according to a recent study.

Beezin: Teens Put Burt's Bees Lip Balm On Their Eyelids To Get High

Apr 26, 2014 AM EDT Teenagers have found another way to get high using a branded lip balm, according to Internet reports.

Nearly Half Of Homeless Men Had Traumatic Brain Injury

Apr 26, 2014 AM EDT Many homeless men have suffered at least one traumatic brain injury in their life, according to a recent study.

More Than 7 Percent Of Schoolchildren Take Medication For Emotional, Behavioral Disorders

Apr 25, 2014 PM EDT About one in 13 American schoolchildren are taking at least one medication for emotional or behavioral disorders, according to a new government report.

Indigenous People's Day: Minneapolis Renames Columbus Day, Will Celebrate American Indian People

Apr 25, 2014 PM EDT The city of Minneapolis will now recognize the second Monday in October as "Indigenous People's Day," rather than Columbus Day, the Star Tribune reported.

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