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High-Fat Diet Linked To Certain Types Of Breast Cancer

Apr 10, 2014 PM EDT Consuming a high-fat diet may increase the risk of certain types of breast cancer, according to a recent study.

Dartmouth College Gets $100M Donation, Largest Gift In School's History

Apr 10, 2014 PM EDT Dartmouth College received the largest single gift in the school's 244-year history from an anonymous donor, Inside Higher Ed reported.

UConn and Comcast Team Up To Launch Center of Excellence for Security Innovation

Apr 10, 2014 PM EDT The University of Connecticut is teaming up with Comcast to launch the Center of Excellence for Security Innovation at its campus.

Spending A Lot Of Time On Facebook Could Hurt Women's Body Image

Apr 10, 2014 PM EDT Spending a lot of time on Facebook could cause women to feel badly about their bodies, according to a recent study Live Science reported.

Women On Antidepressant Medication May Be More Successful At Breastfeeding

Apr 10, 2014 PM EDT Antidepressant medication may be beneficial to mothers who are breast feeding, according to a recent study.

Brain Injuries Can Make Children Loners

Apr 10, 2014 AM EDT Traumatic brain injuries can negatively impact children's social relationships, according to a recent study.

Pringles May Speed Up The Removal Of Toxins In The Body

Apr 09, 2014 PM EDT Eating Pringles may speed up the removal of toxins in the body, according to a recent study.

DropBox Rolls Out Mailbox App For Android Users

Apr 09, 2014 PM EDT At a media event in San Francisco Wednesday, Dropbox announced some updates for its Mailbox application, PCMag.com reported.

University of Saint Francis To Renovate, Rename Performing Arts Center

Apr 09, 2014 PM EDT The University of Saint Francis in Indiana received a $1 million donation for the enhancement of its Performing Arts Center, school officials announced.

Brandeis University Rescinds Honorary Degree For Islam Critic

Apr 09, 2014 PM EDT Brandeis University in Massachusetts announced Tuesday that it will not award an honorary doctorate it had planned to issue to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an advocate for Muslim women, the Associated Press ...

Regular Physical Activity May Slow Down The Progression Of Dementia

Apr 09, 2014 PM EDT Physical activity may benefit older women at risk for dementia, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Churchgoers, Married People Are More Content With Their Love Lives

Apr 09, 2014 AM EDT Regular churchgoers and married people are most satisfied with their love life, according to a recent study.

Lipid Levels During Pregnancy Linked To Autism

Apr 09, 2014 AM EDT Lipid levels during prenatal brain development may be linked to autism, according to a recent study.

Husson University Launches New Health Science Degree

Apr 08, 2014 PM EDT Husson University in Maine launched a new Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Degree for aspiring health professionals, school officials announced.

Drake Business School Gives Up Accreditation

Apr 08, 2014 PM EDT Drake University in Iowa has decided to give up its business school accreditation for one year, to address a shortfall in academic research, The Des Moines Register reported.

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