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Menstrual Pain Slows Down Accuracy and Intelligence in Women, Study

Apr 15, 2014 AM EDT Besides causing discomfort, pain, nausea, and cramping, period pain is also found to make women less accurate and less intelligent than when they are not in pain, according to a new University of Bath ...

Brandeis Not To Honor Muslim Women for Being Critical of Islam

Apr 09, 2014 AM EDT Brandeis University has decided not to honor a Muslim woman at the May 18 commencement ceremony.

Women with Mental Illness Are Prone to More Partner Violence, study

Feb 03, 2014 AM EST Women, who are suffering from a serious mental illness, are nearly four times more likely to have been a victim of intimate partner violence than those without a disability, according to a Women's ...

CSULB Gets First Woman President

Jan 30, 2014 AM EST Jane Close Conoley becomes the first woman to lead California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) in the school’s 65-year history, effective July.

Peshawar University Cancels ‘I am Malala’ Book Launch Amid Security Fears

Jan 29, 2014 AM EST Peshawar University has decided to call off an event that aimed to promote the memoir, 'I am Malala' by Malala Yousufzai, the 16-year-old advocate of women's education, amid security fears and ...

Exercise Activates Stronger Sexual Desires in Women Taking Antidepressants, Study

Dec 14, 2013 AM EST Engaging in moderately intense physical activities right before intercourse can ignite stronger sexual desires in women on antidepressants, according to a University of Texas Austin study. Lack of ...

Birmingham Women Kills Fellow Alabama Fan Over ‘Crimson Tide’s Dramatic Loss to Auburn

Dec 04, 2013 AM EST Passion involving football games can neither be measured nor quantified. Fans break into huge celebrations when their team wins. However, when the team loses, the situation could get ugly sometimes ...

Exposure to Lotion and Deodorant Linked To Preterm Birth, Study

Nov 20, 2013 AM EST Pregnant women, who are exposed to higher levels of common chemicals such as phthalates are at a greater risk of delivering premature babies, according to a University of Michigan School of Public ...

Women with Lower Body Fat Wake Up At Same Time Every Day, Study

Nov 14, 2013 AM EST Constant bedtime and wake-up time leads to lower body fat in women, according to a Brigham Young University study.

Heart Disease Quadruples in Women under 60 with Diabetes, Study

Nov 02, 2013 AM EDT Women, who are younger than 60 years old and suffering from type 2 diabetes, face greater risk of coronary artery disease than previously believed, according to a John Hopkins study.

Men Stare at Women’s Chest and Waist than Eyes and Face, Study

Oct 30, 2013 AM EDT Scientists have found adding evidence to the fact that the first thing a man notices about a woman is her chest or her waist than the eyes or face.

Bosses Prefer Employees Wearing Makeup to Work, Study

Oct 21, 2013 AM EDT Even in times of financial depression, cosmetic industry continues to boom. The reason being millions of women throng stores to buy the best cosmetic products to lure their partners, boyfriends or ...

Men Involve In Extra-Marital Affairs Due To Stronger Sexual Impulses, Study

Sep 23, 2013 AM EDT University of Texas’ researchers said that men surrender to sexual temptations more than women because they experience strong sexual impulses, not because they have weak self-control.

Attractive People Favored in Job Interviews over Non-Attractive Ones, Study

Sep 12, 2013 AM EDT It is a known fact that attractive women are more favored in interviews! A new study further adds to the evidence.

Doug Carter Crowned Women’s Basketball Coach at UMPI

Aug 10, 2013 AM EDT Doug Carter has been named the new Women's Basketball Coach and Sports Information Director at the University of Maine-Presque Isle (UMPI). Prior to UMPI, Carter served as the Assistant Coach for the ...

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