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FIFA World Cup 2014: Teams may Lose Out From Having 'Too Much Talent'

Jun 11, 2014 AM EDT There may be such a thing as having too much superstar talent on a sports team, according to a recent study.

Limiting Carbohydrate Intake Could Reduce Brest Cancer Recurrence

Jun 10, 2014 PM EDT Reducing carbohydrate intake could reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence among women whose tumor tissue is positive for the IGF-1 receptor.

Headaches During Sex Likely More Common Than Reported

Jun 10, 2014 PM EDT Headaches during sex are likely more common than reported, according to a recent study.

Oatmeal Can Help You Feel Full Longer

Jun 10, 2014 PM EDT Instant oatmeal can help you feel full longer than equal calories of ready-to-eat oat cereal, according to a recent study.

Children Of Bipolar Parents More Susceptible To Psychosocial Problems

Jun 10, 2014 PM EDT Children of parents with bipolar disorder are more susceptible to psychosocial problems, most notably risky sexual behavior, according to a recent study.

Depression In Elderly Linked To Faster Development Of Alzheimer's

Jun 10, 2014 AM EDT Older people who are depressed may have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer's faster than others, according to a recent study.

Climate Change: Too Much Fertilizer May Speed Up Global Warming

Jun 10, 2014 AM EDT Applying more precise amounts of nitrogen-based fertilizer could help combat climate change, according to a recent study.

Game Technology Could Teach People To Hear Better In Noisy Environments

Jun 10, 2014 AM EDT Game technology could teach mice and men to hear better in noisy environments, according to a recent study.

Many Breast Cancer Patients Do Not Exercise Enough

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT Exercise may aid recovery after breast cancer diagnosis but most patients are not active enough, according to a recent study BBC News reported.

Getting Enough Sleep May Prevent Child Obesity

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT It is imperative for both parent and child to get enough sleep to prevent child obesity, according to a recent study.

Ohio Gives Bomb-Sniffing Dogs To Three State Universities

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT Ohio is giving three universities bomb-sniffing dogs this week as part of Gov. John Kasich's effort to expand security capabilities, the Associated Press reported.

Beer Brewing Waste May Help Bone Regeneration

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT Researchers from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and the Institute of Materials Science and the Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry of Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas ...

Southeast Asian Countries Tackles Obesity

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT Many nations in Southeast Asia are taking several measures to prevent obesity from becoming a widespread disease, Counsel and Heal reported.

Small Molecule Found In Humans May Help Battle Depression

Jun 09, 2014 PM EDT A tiny molecule found only in humans and in other primates may help battle depression, according to a recent study.

With Distance Comes Greater Wisdom

Jun 09, 2014 AM EDT People who distance themselves from a troubling personal dilemma are more likely to think wisely about it, according to a recent study.

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