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Gay, Overweight Students Are Bullied More Often

Apr 01, 2014 PM EDT There has been limited success in reducing bullying in K-12 schools, according to a recent study.

University Of Michigan Receives $25M To Help Improve Nuclear Technology

Apr 01, 2014 PM EDT The University of Michigan received a hefty donation to improve nuclear technology, MLive reported.

Heart Health In Young Adults Linked To Mental Function Later In Life

Apr 01, 2014 PM EDT People who are heart healthy as young adults are more likely to remain mentally sharp in mid-life, according to a recent study.

Protein That Activates Hair Follicle Growth May Inhibit Fat Production, Baldness

Apr 01, 2014 PM EDT A protein that activates hair follicle growth may be able to prevent weight gain, according to a recent study.

Colon Cancer Patients Taking Aspirin May Live Longer

Apr 01, 2014 AM EDT A low-dose of aspirin could add extra years to the lives of colon cancer patients, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Poor Sleep Quality May Increase Risk Of Cognitive Decline In Older Men

Apr 01, 2014 AM EDT Fragmented sleep and low sleep efficiency has been linked to cognitive decline in older men, according to a recent study.

Eating 7 Or More Portions Of Fruits, Vegetables A Day May Significantly Reduce The Risk Of Death

Mar 31, 2014 PM EDT Eating more than seven servings of fruit and vegetables a day may significantly reduce the risk of death, according to a recent study BBC News reported.

Interns Get Equal Protection Against Sexual Harassment As Paid Employees

Mar 31, 2014 PM EDT Interns in New York City will soon have the same protections against "pervy bosses" as paid employees, the New York Daily News reported.

Anti-Anxiety Drugs, Sleeping Pills Linked To Premature Death

Mar 31, 2014 PM EDT Common anti-anxiety drugs and sleeping pills may increase the risk of premature death, according to a recent study Fox News reported.

Rider University Offers Entrepreneurial Program To Veterans

Mar 31, 2014 PM EDT Rider University in New Jersey is offering a free entrepreneurial program in May for veterans, the Times of Trenton reported.

Childhood Virus Linked To Type 1 Diabetes

Mar 31, 2014 PM EDT A childhood virus has been linked to an increase risk of type 1 diabetes, according to a recent study.

Legalizing Medical Marijuana May Reduce Crime

Mar 31, 2014 AM EDT Medical marijuana legalization is not associated with an increase in crime, according to a recent study the Huffington Post reported.

Diet Drinks May Raise Cardiovascular Risk In Postmenopausal Women

Mar 31, 2014 AM EDT Older women who drink more than two diet drinks a day may be more likely to have a heart attack, stroke or other cardiovascular problems, according to a recent study.

Obesity Prevention Programs May Lower Blood Pressure

Mar 30, 2014 PM EDT Obesity prevention programs may be able to lower kids’ blood pressure, even if they don't reduce fat, according to a recent study.

Simple Blood Test Could Predict Whether A Child Will Become Obese

Mar 29, 2014 PM EDT A simple blood test, which can read DNA, may be able to predict whether a child will become obese, according to a recent study.

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