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Sexual Assault Victims Show Greater Levels Of Psychological Consequences Than Previously Thought

May 24, 2014 PM EDT A recent study found that repeated sexual assault victims report more psychological problems than previously thought.

Scientists Discover Protein That Could Lead To Malaria Vaccine

May 23, 2014 PM EDT A protein essential for malaria-causing parasites to escape from inside red blood cells has been discovered, according to a recent study.

Tribal Leaders Demand UND To Take Action On Racism

May 23, 2014 PM EDT Tribal leaders are asking school officials at the University of North Dakota to expel students who wore "Siouxper Drunk" t-shirts at an off-campus party, Campus Reform reported.

Poor Diet Before Pregnancy May Lead To Preterm Birth

May 23, 2014 PM EDT Women who eat a poor diet before they become pregnant may have an increased risk of giving birth prematurely, according to a recent study.

University of Maine President Leaves For Ball State

May 23, 2014 PM EDT A top administrator at the University of Maine President is leaving after three years with the school, WCSH News reported.

Lack Of Plant Diversity May Spur Cankerworm Damage In Cities

May 23, 2014 PM EDT A lack of plant diversity may be a key contributor to the widespread defoliation caused by cankerworms in cities, according to a recent study.

Mental Health Problems May Reduce Life Expectancy More Than Heavy Smoking

May 23, 2014 PM EDT People with mental health problems may have shortened life spans, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Midland University President Resigns To Focus On Senate Campaign

May 23, 2014 AM EDT Midland University President Ben Sasse announced Thursday that he will be resigning to focus on his Senate campaign, school officials announced.

Fruit Flies 'Think' Before They Act

May 22, 2014 PM EDT Fruit flies "think" before they act, according to a recent study.

Disruption of Circadian Rhythms May Lead To Inflammatory Disease

May 22, 2014 PM EDT A disruption of circadian rhythms may contribute to inflammatory disease, according to a recent study.

Red Wine, Grape Seed Extract May Help Ward off Dental Diseases

May 22, 2014 PM EDT Red wine may stain your teeth but it could help ward off dental diseases, according to a recent study Counsel and Heal reported.

Blocking Pain Receptors May Treat Obesity, Diabetes

May 22, 2014 PM EDT Blocking Pain receptors may hold the key to treating obesity, and diabetes, and improving metabolic health, according to a recent study.

ObamaCare: Judge Rules That Christian Colleges Are Exempt From Contraception Mandate

May 22, 2014 PM EDT A federal court on Wednesday ruled that Christian colleges do not have to comply with Obamacare's contraceptive mandate, Campus Reform reported.

Alcohol-Related Words May Increase Aggressive Behavior

May 22, 2014 PM EDT Exposing people to alcohol-related terms may increase aggressive behavior, according to a recent study.

Healthy Diet May Help Patients Beat Certain Lung Diseases

May 22, 2014 AM EDT Eating a healthy diet may help patients combat certain chronic lung diseases, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

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