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7 Changes College Students Can Make in Their 20s to Prepare Them for Success

Dec 05, 2016 AM EST Making certain choices and developing habits early in adulthood can help one become more successful in life later on.

Too Much TV Linked to “Old Age Conditions” for Young Adults, According to Experts

Nov 29, 2016 PM EST Old age conditions are now becoming more and more prevalent among young adults according to experts and here's why.

Animal Interactions Help Young Adults Develop Confidence and Better Social Skills, Study

Feb 01, 2014 AM EST Young adults who are extremely fond of animals are more likely to have positive traits, and enhanced social relationships and association with their communities, according to a Tufts University study. ...

Young Adults More Likely to Experiment With E-Cigarettes Due To ‘Safe Tag,’ Study

Jan 09, 2014 AM EST E-cigarettes, which is touted as a much safer option than traditional cigarettes, is garnering a lot of popularity, according to a University of Minnesota study.

Chewing Gum Causes Migraines in Teens, Study

Dec 21, 2013 AM EST Chewing gum has become a style statement among teenagers and young adults. But this habit causes recurring headaches that could eventually lead to migraines, according to a Tel Aviv University study.

Energy Drinks + Alcohol = Negative Health Effects: Study

Dec 03, 2013 AM EST A cocktail of alcohol and energy drinks poses a greater health risk than just drinking alcohol, according to a University of Michigan and Penn State study. Researchers said that these concoctions, ...

Alcohol Purchased through Fake IDs Increases High-Risk Drinking and Develops Drinking Problems, Study

Oct 23, 2013 AM EDT Many college going students use fake IDs to buy alcohol, which in turn fuels the habit due to easy and plentiful access and might even lead to alcohol use disorders (AUDs), according to a new study ...

Texting during the Day Causes less Sleep during the Night, Study

Oct 18, 2013 AM EDT The more young adults and college students involve in texting during the day, the more sleep problems they will encounter during the night, according to a study conducted by New York University's ...

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