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Criticizing Young Adults’ Physical Appearance and Odor Might Urge Them to Quit Smoking : Study

Jul 12, 2013 AM EDT Young smokers might consider giving up smoking if they were criticized about their body odor and appearance, according to a study conducted by University of Otago.

Regular Consumption of Diet Soda Leads to Serious Long-Term Health Consequences, Study

Jul 12, 2013 AM EDT According to a study conducted by the Purdue University, drinking Diet soda does not lead to weight loss, in fact, the beverage is claimed to cause numerous health problems ranging from obesity, ...

Majority of the Americans Render Edward Snowden a Whistle-Blower, Study

Jul 11, 2013 AM EDT Around 55 percent Americans think Edward Snowden is a whistle-blower, when compared to 34 percent, who believe he is a traitor, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll conducted from June ...

Mexico Is the Fattest Country in the World, Study

Jul 10, 2013 AM EDT Mexico has now become the world's fattest country with a 32.8 percent adult obesity rate, surpassing United States' 31.8 obesity rate, according to a study released, June by the United Nations Food ...

Short-Lived Birds Can Withstand Global Warming, Oxford Study

Jul 10, 2013 AM EDT The survival rate of short-lived birds is higher than that of other animals in a higly dynamic environment, says a study conducted by Ben Sheldon and colleagues at the University of Oxford. The ...

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