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Spending More Time in the Gym May Improve Grades

Jul 10, 2014 PM EDT Spending more time in the gym may help students bump up their grade point averages (GPAs) during college, according to a recent study. ...

Team Sports Help Lower Stress and Depression among Teens, Study.

Team Sports Help Lower Stress and Depression among Teens, Study

Jul 08, 2014 AM EDT Team sports help adolescents to feel less stressed and have better mental health as young adults, according to a University of Toronto study. ...

Hurricane Arthur

Hurricane Arthur Shuts Down UNC-Wilmington Thursday, Downgraded to Cat.-1 as it Heads Toward New England

Jul 04, 2014 PM EDT Shortly after Hurricane Arthur gained a category-2 status, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) was forced to temporarily shut down all operations. ...

Writing

Conservative University Offers Women's Studies Course From A Different Perspective

Jul 01, 2014 PM EDT An online university is offering a free women's studies course that offers a different perspective on feminism than what is being taught on liberal college campuses, Campus Reform reported. ...

exercise

Children Who Participate In Less Structured Activities Are Better Able To Meet Their Own Goals

Jun 18, 2014 PM EDT Children whose time is less structured are better able to set their own goals and meet them without prodding from adults, according to a recent study. ...

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12 Minutes of Aerobic Exercise Improves Attention, Reading Comprehension in Low-Income Adolescents

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT Twelve minutes of exercise can improve attention and reading comprehension in low-income adolescents, according to a recent study. ...

toddler

Toddlers Can Learn Verbs After Only Hearing Them Twice

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT Toddlers can acquire verb meaning after hearing them only twice, according to a recent study. ...

Obese Man

Southeast Asian Countries Tackles Obesity

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT Many nations in Southeast Asia are taking several measures to prevent obesity from becoming a widespread disease, Counsel and Heal reported. ...

Breakfast

Skipping Breakfast May Not Hurt Weight-Loss Plan

Jun 05, 2014 AM EDT Skipping breakfast may not ruin your weight-loss plan, according to a recent study HealthDay News reported. ...

Diverticulitis Patients Suffer From Psychological and Physical Symptoms Post Illness, Study.

Worries, Conflict In Relationships May Contribute To An Earlier Death

May 26, 2014 PM EDT Stressful relationships may contribute to an earlier death, according to a recent study Reuters reported. ...

Losing Weight Improves Sleep Quality and Duration, Study.

Inexpensive Food A Key Factor In Obesity Epidemic

May 24, 2014 PM EDT Inexpensive food may be a key factor in rising obesity, according to a recent study. ...

Domestic Abuse

Sexual Assault Victims Show Greater Levels Of Psychological Consequences Than Previously Thought

May 24, 2014 PM EDT A recent study found that repeated sexual assault victims report more psychological problems than previously thought. ...

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