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HPV Vaccine Is Effective Against Multiple Cancer-Causing Strains

Feb 14, 2015 PM EST The human papillomavirus vaccine, Cervarix, not only has the potential to prevent cervical cancer, it is also effective against other common cancer-causing stains, according to a recent study.

Stress May Be Linked To Worse Recovery In Women After Heart Attack

Feb 13, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that stress makes it more difficult for women to recover from a heart attack.

Smoking May Be Deadlier Than Previously Thought

Feb 13, 2015 AM EST New research suggests that smoking's deadly consequences are worse than previously thought, UPI reported.

Meth May Mess Up Brains of Youths Far More Than Adults

Feb 13, 2015 AM EST Teens who habitually use methamphetamine suffer greater and more widespread alterations in their brain than adults who chronically abuse the drug-and damage, according to a recent study.

Less Healthy Foods Benefit From Supermarket Promotions More Than Healthier Foods

Feb 13, 2015 AM EST Consumers in the UK are more likely to buy non-perishable, unhealthy foods during supermarket sales that evenly promote unhealthy and healthy foods, according to a recent study Medical Daily reported.

High Seas Fishing Ban May Boost Global Catches, Equality

Feb 12, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that closing the high seas to commercial fishing could be catch-neutral and distribute fisheries income more equitably among the world's maritime nations.

Plant-Based Diets May Reduce Heart Disease Risk in Obese Children

Feb 12, 2015 PM EST A plant-based diet may be more effective at reducing cardiovascular risks in obese children than the American Heart Association (AHA) diet, according to a recent study.

Deadly Heart Risks Can Remain For Up To A Year After Hospital Discharge

Feb 11, 2015 PM EST In the month following an older heart patient's hospital discharge, there is a one in five risk of rehospitalization or death, but little is known about how these risks change over time.

Air Pollutio Vitamin D Deficiency In Childhood May Up Heart Risk Later In Life

Feb 11, 2015 PM EST Adults who had low levels of vitamin D in their childhood may have a higher risk of heart issues in adulthood, according to a recent study Fox News reported.

Online Dating: People Are Looking for a Perfect Match, Not a Perfect Person

Feb 11, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that most people using online dating services are searching for a perfect match, not a perfect person.

Music Doesn't Help You Remember Things

Feb 11, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that although music may help some people relax when they're trying to concentrate; it doesn't help them remember what they're focusing on.

Teens Are More Likely to Combine Multiple Forms of Tobacco

Feb 11, 2015 AM EST New research suggests that teens who use tobacco products are likely to use more than one product, including e-cigarettes, hookahs and pipes, and smokeless tobacco.

Plain Packaging May Reduce Tobacco Use

Feb 10, 2015 PM EST Packaging tobacco in plain packs reduces the likelihood of smokers seeking to obtain cigarettes, according to a recent t study.

Napping May Reverse The Effects Of Poor Sleep

Feb 10, 2015 PM EST A short nap could relieve stress and reverse the effects of poor sleep, according to a recent study.

Tobacco-Smoking Parents May Increase Diabetes Risk for Children in the Womb

Feb 10, 2015 PM EST New researcher suggests that children exposed to tobacco smoke from their parents while in the womb are predisposed to developing diabetes as adults.

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