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Marijuana May Reduce Seizures In Epilepsy Patients

May 22, 2014 AM EDT In addition to treating symptoms of multiple sclerosis, marijuana may also reduce seizures in epilepsy patients, according to a recent study Live Science reported.

Viewing Photos Of Products While Online Shopping Can Confuse Consumers

May 21, 2014 PM EDT Online shopping can be a confusing process, according to a recent study.

Disgusting Odors Linked To Social Conservatism

May 21, 2014 PM EDT Exposure to disgusting odors may increase social conservatism, according to a recent study Campus Reform reported.

Apollo Global Expands To Africa

May 21, 2014 PM EDT Apollo Education Group network announced Tuesday that its wholly-owned subsidiary Apollo Global, Inc. will expand in South Africa.

Chronic Insufficient Sleep May Increase Overall Body Fat In Children

May 21, 2014 PM EDT Chronic insufficient sleep may increase obesity and overall body fat in children, according to a recent study.

Weight Loss Is Beneficial At Any Age

May 21, 2014 PM EDT Weight at any age can improve cardiovascular health, according to a recent study.

High Cholesterol Levels May Delay Pregnancy

May 21, 2014 PM EDT Couples with high cholesterol levels may have a harder time conceiving a child, according to a recent study Live Science reported.

Sleep Apnea Linked To Hearing Impairment

May 21, 2014 AM EDT People with a common sleep disorder may also have a higher risk of hearing loss, according to a recent study the Huffington Post reported.

More Maternal Mental Health Surveillance May Be Needed

May 21, 2014 AM EDT More mental health surveillance is needed for mothers who have recently given birth, according to a recent study.

Vitamin C Supplements May Improve Lung Function In Infants Born To Smokers

May 20, 2014 PM EDT Mothers who smoke during their pregnancy can improve their unborn baby's health and lung function by taking supplemental vitamin C pills, according to a recent study Counsel and Heal reported.

Thinner Political Candidates Have A Leg Up On More Overweight Opponents In The Polls

May 20, 2014 PM EDT Thinner political candidates in the United States have an advantage over their more overweight opponents, according to a recent study UPI reported.

Students Swayed By Relaxing, Fun Perceptions of Hookah, Ignore Health Risks

May 20, 2014 PM EDT Students are being swayed by relaxing and fun perceptions of hookah and ignoring health harms of the device, according to a recent study.

Researchers To Investigate Mobile Phones Affect On Children's Brain Development

May 20, 2014 PM EDT British researchers are launching a study to investigate whether mobile phones and other wireless gadgets affect children's brain development, Reuters reported.

Exercise May Decrease Type 2 Diabetes Risk In High-Risk Women

May 20, 2014 PM EDT Women who develop type 2 diabetes during pregnancy may be able to lower their risk of developing type 2 diabetes with exercise, according to a recent study Reuters reported.

Little Exercise, Heavy Use Of Electronic Media Linked To Increased Risk For Type 2 Diabetes In Children

May 20, 2014 AM EDT Low levels of physical activity and heavy use of electronic media constitute a significant health risk for children, according to a recent study.

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