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Northcentral University to Integrates Capsim into MBA Program

Dec 18, 2014 PM EST Northcentral University announced Wednesday the integration of Capsim into the capstone course of all of the school's MBA programs and specializations, beginning next semester.

Hot Flashes May Increase Risk of Hip Fracture

Dec 18, 2014 PM EST Women who experience moderate to severe hot flashes during menopause are more likely to have issues bone health and higher rates of hip fracture than those who do not have menopause symptoms, ...

Older, Mature Drivers Are Worst at Texting and Driving

Dec 18, 2014 PM EST Older and more mature drivers -- who typically are better drivers in many circumstances -- are much worse than their younger counterparts when texting while driving, according to a recent study from ...

Parent-Infant Relationships, Early Childhood Shyness May Predict Teen Anxiety

Dec 18, 2014 PM EST Early childhood shyness could predict teen anxiety, according to a recent study.

People Who Don't Weigh Themselves Are More Likely to Gain Weight

Dec 17, 2014 PM EST The amount of times someone steps on a scale could impact their weight, according to a recent study.

Mistletoes Could Help Fight Obesity-Related Liver Disease

Dec 17, 2014 PM EST Korean researchers found that a compound produced by a particular variety of the plant can help fight obesity-related liver disease in mice.

Marquette University Receives $3.5 Million Gift to Renovate Oldest Building on Campus

Dec 17, 2014 PM EST Marquette University in Wisconsin has announced Monday that the Diederich College of Communications has received a $3.5 million gift from the Bernice Shanke Greiveldinger Charitable Trust its oldest ...

The University of Texas at El Paso and Pearson to Launch UTEP Connect

Dec 17, 2014 PM EST The University of Texas El Paso (UTEP) announced that it is partnering with Pearson to expand access to an estimated 5,000 underserved students regionally and nationwide.

Personality May Outsmart Intelligence in School

Dec 17, 2014 AM EST When it comes to success in education, certain personality traits may be more important than intelligence.

E-Cigarettes May Be A Gateway Drug

Dec 17, 2014 AM EST Public health officials are concerned that e-cigarettes may be recruiting a new generation of young cigarette smokers as the e-cigarette use among teenagers in the United States and Hawaii continue to ...

Dementia Patients in Care Homes Less Likely to be Depressed

Dec 17, 2014 AM EST Older adults residing in long-term care homes are less likely to suffer from depressive symptoms than those living in the community, according to a recent study.

Teen Smokers Are More Likely to Use Cocaine, Ecstasy

Dec 16, 2014 PM EST Teenagers who smoke contraband cigarettes are more likely to use illicit drugs, according to a recent study.

Domestic Abuse May Affect Children Before They Are Born

Dec 16, 2014 PM EST Domestic violence could affect children even before they are born, according to a recent study.

Meth Use May Significantly Increase Parkinson's Risk

Dec 16, 2014 PM EST Methamphetamine users are significantly more likely to develop Parkinson's disease than women who don't use drugs, according to a recent study.

Ebola: Men in Recovery Should Wear Condoms for at Least 3 Months

Dec 16, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that men recovering from Ebola should wait at least three months to have unprotected sex.

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