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Deserts Could Help Reduce Global Warming

Apr 07, 2014 AM EDT Deserts may play a crucial role in helping to reduce global warming, according to recent study NBC News reported.

Childhood Eczema May Persist Into Adulthood

Apr 05, 2014 PM EDT Children with eczema may continue to have symptoms of the skin condition as adults, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Low-Dose Aspirin May Not Prevent Pregnancy Loss

Apr 05, 2014 AM EDT Low-dose aspirin may not be beneficial for future pregnancy outcomes in women with prior pregnancy loss, according to a recent study.

Fathers' Involvement Reduces Children's Risk of Going Hungry

Apr 05, 2014 AM EDT Children with fathers that are involved in their lives have a lower risk of going hungry, according to a recent study.

Depression May Increase The Risk Of Heart Failure

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT People who suffer from depression may have a greater risk of heart failure, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Genetic Testing Beneficial In Melanoma Treatment, May Lower Risk Of Cancer Recurrence

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT Genetic testing may be beneficial in melanoma treatment, according to a recent study.

Spending Time In Front Of The Computer Linked To Lower Bone Mineral Density

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT Spending too much time on a computer may lead to lower bone mineral density in adolescents, according to a recent study.

Asthma Costs New York $1.3 Billion Annually

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT Asthma is costing New York state more than $1.3 billion a year in medical costs and lost productivity, the Businessweek reported.

OSU Pays $101,000 To Settle Lawsuit Over Trashed Student Newspaper

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT Oregon State University has paid $101,100 in settlement costs after an independent, conservative student newspaper accused the school for violating its First Amendment rights, Campus Reform reported.

Smoking May Dull The Ability To Taste Sweets, Lead To Weight Gain

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT Cigarette smoking may dull obese women's ability to taste fats and sweets, according to a recent study.

Genetically Engineered Trees Will Make It Easier To Produce Paper, Biofuel

Apr 04, 2014 PM EDT Researchers have designed trees that will be easier to break down to produce paper and biofuel.

Massachusetts Sues National Chain Of For-Profit Colleges For Deceptive Marketing

Apr 04, 2014 AM EDT A national chain of for-profit school was sued by the state of Massachusetts Thursday over allegations that it engaged in illegally deceptive marketing, Inside Higher Ed reported.

RMIT Launches $98M Project To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Apr 04, 2014 AM EDT Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia is launching a $98 million project to cut energy and water use as well as greenhouse gas emissions, University World News reported.

Franklin College Gives High School Students With Intellectual Disabilities Campus Experience

Apr 03, 2014 PM EDT Franklin College in Central Indiana is welcoming five high school students with intellectual disabilities to its campus this semester to help them participate in college life, school officials ...

Syracuse University Launches New Ridesharing Program

Apr 03, 2014 PM EDT Syracuse University in New York has launched a new ridesharing program aimed at providing transportation options and benefits for students, faculty and staff, school officials announced Monday.

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