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'League of Legends’: University of Pikeville to Offer Athletic Scholarship to Gamers

Jan 16, 2015 PM EST A private liberal arts college in Kentucky will begin offering athletic scholarships to gamers this fall.

Closing Your Eyes May Boost Memory Recall

Jan 16, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that closing your eyes could help you remember details.

Lack of Exercise May Be More Deadly Than Obesity

Jan 16, 2015 AM EST A 20 minute walk each day is enough to reduce an individual's risk of early death, according to a recent study.

opioids administered in the ER don't influence patient satisfaction

Jan 16, 2015 AM EST There is no correlation between opioids administered in the emergency room setting and Press Ganey ED patient satisfaction scores, one of the most commonly used metrics for measuring patient ...

Wheat Yield to Decline As Temperatures Rise

Jan 15, 2015 PM EST The world stands to lose 6 percent of its wheat crop for every Celsius that the temperature increases, according to a recent study.

Greenwood Hall's Counselor Support to Combat School Hazing, On-Campus Harassment

Jan 15, 2015 PM EST An emerging cloud-based education management solutions provider will help colleges and universities combat hazing and other student harassment issues with the launch of Safe Campus Community Support ...

Vitamin D May Protect Against Colorectal Cancer by Boosting the Immune System

Jan 15, 2015 PM EST Vitamin D could protect some people with colorectal cancer by perking up the immune system's vigilance against tumor cells, according to a recent study.

Difficult Behavior in Young Children May Point to Later Problems

Jan 15, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that if difficult behavior in young children is prolonged or especially intense, the child may have conduct disorder, a childhood psychiatric problem that could be a harbinger of ...

Depression, Behavioral Changes Are First Symptoms of Depression

Jan 15, 2015 AM EST Before memory declines, people who will go on to develop Alzheimer's disease experience depression and behavioral changes, according to new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. ...

An Avocado A Day May Lower Bad Cholesterol

Jan 15, 2015 AM EST Adding an avocado to your diet may help lower bad cholesterol, in return reducing your risk for heart disease, according to a recent study from Penn State University.

Lack of Exercise May be Responsible for Twice as Many Premature Deaths as Obesity

Jan 14, 2015 PM EST A 20 minute walk each day is enough to reduce an individual's risk of early death, according to a recent study.

UCLA Receives Record 112,000 Student Applications

Jan 14, 2015 PM EST The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has received a record number of applications for fall 2015, school officials announced.

Feeling Cold May Be Contagious

Jan 14, 2015 PM EST Just looking at somebody shivering could be enough to make you feel cold, according to a recent study.

Okanagan Campus Master Plan

Jan 14, 2015 PM EST The University of British Columbia is updating the long-term development plan that will guide the next phase of life for the university's 516-acre (209-hectare) Okanagan campus in Kelowna and is ...

Napping May Help Infants' Memory Development

Jan 13, 2015 PM EST Napping helps infants to develop their memory and retain new behaviors they have learnt, according to a recent study from the University of Sheffield.

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