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Marital Stress Linked To Depression

Apr 25, 2014 PM EDT Marriage may make people more vulnerable to depression, according to a recent study.

Statins May Lead To Gluttony, Users Eating More Bad Food Than A Decade Ago

Apr 25, 2014 PM EDT People who take cholesterol-lowering statin drugs believe they have a license to pig out on fattening foods, according to a recent study.

University Of Wisconsin To Offer Post-Doctorate Program In Feminist Biology

Apr 25, 2014 PM EDT The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced last week that it will be offering a post-doctorate in "Feminist biology" in an attempt to uncover and reverse gender bias in biology, Campus Reform ...

Children Living With One Parent Are As Happy As Those With Two

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT Children living with a single parent or a step-parent are just as happy as those living with two biological parents, according to a recent study.

Three Or More Cups Of Coffee Per Day May Reduce Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT Increasing coffee consumption may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study.

Kidnapped 9-Year-Old Sings Gospel Song Until Abductor Releases Him

Apr 24, 2014 PM EDT A 10-year-old boy's love of gospel music may have saved his life.

Vaccines Have Saved More Than 700,000 Lives, Prevented 322 Million Illnesses

Apr 24, 2014 PM EDT Vaccines given to infants and young children have saved 732,000 lives, prevented 322 million illness and 21 million hospitalizations in the past 20 years, according to a new report from the Centers ...

Climate Change Could Be Accelerated By Carbon Loss In Soil

Apr 24, 2014 PM EDT Increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere cause soil microbes to produce more carbon dioxide, accelerating climate change, according to a recent study.

Students At University Of South Carolina Publish Guide To Its Gender Neutral Restrooms

Apr 24, 2014 PM EDT A group of students at the University of South Carolina created a color-coded map to help students distinguish between gender-neutral and gender-specific facilities, Campus Reform reported.

Erectile Dysfunction Can Be Treated Without Drugs

Apr 24, 2014 PM EDT Men with erectile dysfunction may be able to reverse their condition without a prescription, HealthDay reported.

Taking Notes By Hand Is Better For Long Term Comprehension

Apr 24, 2014 PM EDT Taking notes by hand may be better than taking notes on a laptop for remembering conceptual information over the long term, according to a recent study.

Bottle-Fed Babies May Have Higher Risk Of Disability, Heart Disease

Apr 24, 2014 AM EDT Babies who are bottle-fed may have a greater risk of suffering chronic inflammation as adults, which can lead to severe disability or early death, according to a recent study the Huffington Post ...

Aspirin May Halve The Risk Of Colon Cancer In People With Specific Genes

Apr 24, 2014 AM EDT Aspirin may reduce the risk of colon cancer among people with high levels of a specific type of gene, according to a recent study Counsel and Heal reported.

Marijuana Use May Increase Risk Of Heart Problems

Apr 23, 2014 PM EDT People who smoking marijuana may have an increased risk of heart and artery disease, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Sugary Drinks Contribute To The Nation's Obesity Epidemic

Apr 23, 2014 PM EDT Minimizing the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages could significantly improve their health and combat the obesity epidemic in the United States, according to a recent study.

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