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Beef Recalled Over Mad Cow Concerns

Jun 13, 2014 PM EDT A Missouri company is recalling more than 4,000 pounds of beef over concerns that it might contain "specified risk materials" associated with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), also referred to ...

Elsevier, Knewton Collaborate to Provide Adaptive Learning Products to Medical Students Globally

Jun 13, 2014 AM EDT Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced Thursday that they will be collaborating with Knewton to provide adaptive learning ...

Hot Dogs, Salami Linked To Heart Failure In Men

Jun 13, 2014 AM EDT Men who regularly consume hot dogs and salami may raise their risk of developing heart failure ad dying from it, according to a recent study HealthDay News reported.

World Cup 2014: Jennifer Lopez And Pitbull Performs at Opening Ceremony

Jun 12, 2014 PM EDT The highly anticipated 2014 World Cup is kicking off with an opening ceremony that will rival the Olympics with performances from Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, superheroes and more.

Can People Be Addicted To Food?

Jun 12, 2014 PM EDT Women with weight problems are more impulsive than average when it comes to food, according to a recent study.

World Cup 2014: Paraplegic To Kick Off Soccer Tournament

Jun 12, 2014 PM EDT The highly anticipated 2014 World Cup is kicking off with an opening ceremony that will rival the Olympics with scientific innovations, performances from Jennifer Lopez, and more.

12 Minutes of Aerobic Exercise Improves Attention, Reading Comprehension in Low-Income Adolescents

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT Twelve minutes of exercise can improve attention and reading comprehension in low-income adolescents, according to a recent study.

6,000 Steps A Day Reduces The Risk Of Knee Osteoarthritis Limitations

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT Walking reduces the risk of functional limitation associated with knee osteoarthritis, according to a recent study.

California Bill to Allow Underage Winemaking and Brewing Students to Taste Alcohol

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT Underage students enrolled in winemaking and brewing science programs in California may soon be able to taste the fruits of their labor, Campus Reform reported.

Toddlers Can Learn Verbs After Only Hearing Them Twice

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT Toddlers can acquire verb meaning after hearing them only twice, according to a recent study.

Suffolk University Freezes Salaries for a Year Due to Drop in Revenue, Dip in Enrollment

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT Suffolk University in Massachusetts announced that it is freezing salaries for the next fiscal year, the Boston Globe reported.

Obesity Gene Linked To Hormonal Change, Impulse Control In People As They Age

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT Older adults who carry a common variant of the fat mass and obesity gene (FTO) also have a shifted endocrine balance, affecting impulse control and food choices, according to a recent study CBS News ...

Red Meat May Increase The Risk of Breast Cancer

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT Women who consume hamburgers, steaks and other red meat frequently may have a slightly higher risk of developing breast cancer, according to a recent study the Associated Press reported.

White Bread May Encourage Growth Of 'Good' Bacteria

Jun 11, 2014 PM EDT White bread may encourage the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, according to a recent study,

Colonial-Era Dams May Have Triggered Evolutionary Changes in Two Fish Species

Jun 11, 2014 AM EDT Dams set up by colonial era settlers may have triggered sudden and parallel evolutionary changes in two species of fish living in Connecticut waterways, according to a recent study.

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