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People Suffering From Anorexia Nervosa have Larger Brains, Study

Aug 26, 2013 AM EDT People suffering from the eating disorder, anorexia nervosa, have bigger brains when compared to people who do not suffer from the same disorder, according to a new study conducted by researchers from ...

Utah Scientists Debunk Belief of ‘Right-brain’ And ‘Left-brain’ Personality Traits

Aug 23, 2013 AM EDT Brain imaging has shown no evidence that indicates some people are right-brained or left-brained, according to a study conducted by neuroscientists at the University of Utah.

Savers Are More Romantically Attractive Than Spenders, Study

Aug 22, 2013 AM EDT Savers will be generally preferred over spenders in romantic relationships, according to a study conducted by researchers Jenny Olson and Scott Rick of the University Of Michigan Ross School Of ...

Children Who Eat School Lunch and Watch More TV Become Obese, Study

Aug 21, 2013 AM EDT Girls who drink milk and boys who are involved in a team sport are less likely to be overweight or obese, according to a study conducted by the researchers at the University of Michigan. The findings ...

Obese People Never Feel Full Due To a 'Misfiring' Appetite Hormone, Study

Aug 21, 2013 AM EDT Glucagon, an appetite-regulating hormone fails to function properly in overweight people, hence leaving them hungry even after a meal, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the ...

Musicians Need To Look Stunning To Win Hearts, Study

Aug 20, 2013 AM EDT Musicians take a note! Music performers need to focus more on their appearance than concentrate on polishing their voice, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University College ...

Vasectomy Effectively Reduces a Feral Colony than Neutering, Study

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT A vasectomy or hysterectomy procedure could prove more effective than spaying and neutering in feral cats, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Tufts University. The study is ...

Female Frogs Favour Multitasking Males, Study

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT Female gray tree frogs belonging to the species 'Hyla chrysosceli' prefer to mate with multitasking males, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota.

Endangered Turtles Eating More Plastic than Ever, Study

Aug 09, 2013 AM EDT Endangered green and leatherback turtles are swallowing more man-made debris than ever before, according to a global study conducted by researchers at the University of Queensland

Online Therapy More Effective than Face-To-Face Sessions, Study

Aug 07, 2013 AM EDT Online psychotherapy is considered to be more beneficial than conventional face-to-face therapy, according to a study conducted by the researchers at the University of Zurich.

Excessive 'Facebook-ing' Can Derail Romantic Relationships, Study

Aug 05, 2013 AM EDT Excessive 'Facebook-ing' can lead to negative relationship outcomes including emotional and physical cheating, breakups and divorce, according to a study conducted by the researchers from the ...

Weight Discrimination against Fat People Leads To More Weight Gain, Study

Jul 31, 2013 AM EDT People frequently criticized for being fat, are more likely to either become or stay obese and overweight people are less likely to lose weight if they feel that they are being treated differently ...

Navigational Map in Pigeon’s Head Helps Find Its Way Back Home, Study

Jul 27, 2013 AM EDT Homing Pigeons are believed to have a spatial map that that helps them find their way home, according to a study conducted by the researchers from the University of Zurich (UZH). The findings are ...

White Teens Less Likely To Apply To University, Study

Jul 23, 2013 AM EDT White teenagers are less likely to pursue higher education when compared to students from other ethnic backgrounds in England, says a study conducted by the Universities and Colleges Admission ...

American Colleges Suspend Abroad Study Programs in Egypt Due To Political and Civil Unrest

Jul 16, 2013 AM EDT The rising political tensions in Egypt has not only caused civil unrest, financial instabilities, tourism setbacks, but also has resulted in suspending various international academic ...

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