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Harvard Students Start Food Delivery Service, Administration Shuts Business Down

Apr 23, 2014 PM EDT A student-run food delivery service started by two Harvard University students was shut down by the administration due to regulatory technicalities, Campus Reform reported.

Legalizing Medical Marijuana Doesn't Increase Teen Use

Apr 23, 2014 PM EDT Legalizing medical marijuana does not increase the use of the drug among adolescents, according to a recent study.

Westminster College Will Close New Arizona Campus After One Academic Year

Apr 23, 2014 PM EDT Westminster College of Missouri will close its new Arizona campus after the spring semester, Inside Higher Ed reported.

ADHD Drug May Help Prevent The Depletion Of Self-Control

Apr 23, 2014 PM EDT A drug used to treat those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may prevent the depletion of self-control, according to a recent study.

Penn State University Has 2,000 Surveillance Cameras, Spends $1.4 Million To Install More

Apr 23, 2014 AM EDT Pennsylvania State University has 2,000 surveillance cameras and wants more.

Prenatal Smoking, Genetic Risk Could Increase Aggressive Behavior In Children

Apr 23, 2014 AM EDT Prenatal smoking and genetic risk factors could predict behavioral problems in children, according to a recent study.

Webster University To Launch One-Year MBA Program

Apr 22, 2014 PM EDT Webster University in Missouri is launching a one-year master of business administration program, the St. Louis Business Journal reported.

University Of Utah Sponsors Community Solar Program

Apr 22, 2014 PM EDT The University of Utah is sponsoring a community solar program that offers discounted rooftop solar panels and installation for students and other residents associated with the school, the Deseret ...

Trauma, Illness During Pregnancy Linked To Psychiatric Disorder In Child

Apr 22, 2014 PM EDT Women who are exposed to trauma, illness or alcohol during pregnancy are more likely to have a child with neurological or psychiatric disorder, according to a recent study.

Kenya Moore Speaks Out About Brawl With Porsha Williams (VIDEO)

Apr 22, 2014 PM EDT Kenya Moore is speaking out about being attacked by co-star Porsha Williams during the "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion show which aired on Sunday.

Children With IBS More Likely To Have Celiac Disease

Apr 22, 2014 PM EDT There has been an increase in the prevalence of celiac disease among children with irritable bowel syndrome, according to a recent study.

Older Parents Are More Likely To Have A Child With Autism

Apr 22, 2014 AM EDT Older parents may be more likely to have a child who develops an autism spectrum disorder than younger parents, according to a recent study.

Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder Linked To Alzheimer's, Parkinson's

Apr 22, 2014 AM EDT A sleep disorder that causes people to act out their dreams may be linked to certain brain diseases, according to a recent study.

Puzzle-Solving, Games May Help Reduce Nicotine Cravings

Apr 21, 2014 PM EDT Solving puzzles and or playing board games could help reduce nicotine craving, according to a recent study.

Obesity Linked To Bone, Muscle Loss

Apr 21, 2014 PM EDT Obesity may amplify the deterioration of bone density and muscle mass, according to a recent study.

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