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Iron Supplement May Improve Anemia in Women With Heavy Periods

Jun 09, 2014 AM EDT Iron supplements may improve anemia and quality of life for women with heavy periods, according to a recent study.

Eating Or Skipping Breakfast Does Not Affect Weight Loss

Jun 09, 2014 AM EDT Regularly consuming or skipping breakfast may not influence weight loss, according to a recent study HealthDay News reported.

Fasting For At Least 3 Days Could Rejuvenate Immune System

Jun 08, 2014 PM EDT Fasting for at least three days could rejuvenate the entire immune system, even in elderly according to a recent study The Telegraph reported.

Alcohol May Reduce Cardiac, Renal Complications In Trauma Patients

Jun 07, 2014 PM EDT Injured patients who have alcohol in their system may have a reduced risk of developing later complications, according to a recent study.

Text Messaging Program Could Get Smokers To Quit

Jun 07, 2014 PM EDT A text messaging program may be able to get smokers to quit smoking, according to a recent study ABC News reported.

'Nietzsche Club' Banned From Holding Meetings On British University Campus

Jun 06, 2014 PM EDT The University College London's student union has banned The Nietzsche Club from holding meeting on campus because they feared discussions about right-wing philosophers could encourage fascism, The ...

Scientists Develop Shatterproof Screen That Could Save Smartphones

Jun 06, 2014 PM EDT Polymer scientists at the University of Akron in Ohio have developed a transparent electrode that could change the face of smartphones by making them shatterproof.

Babies May Get Allergy Protection From Dirt, Bacteria

Jun 06, 2014 PM EDT Children who were exposed to allergens and bacteria as infants are less likely to suffer from allergies, according to a recent study.

Interactive Teaching Methods May Help Students Master Calculus

Jun 06, 2014 PM EDT Interactive teaching methods could improve students' ability to grasp calculus, according to new research.

Saving Trees In Tropics May Cut Carbon Emissions By One-Fifth

Jun 06, 2014 PM EDT Reducing deforestation could cut the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by as much as one-fifth, according to a recent study.

Smokers May Be More Likely To Suffer From Hearing Loss

Jun 06, 2014 PM EDT People who smoke or are exposed to tobacco smoke are more likely to suffer from hearing loss, according to a recent study.

Viagra May Increase Skin Cancer Risk

Jun 06, 2014 AM EDT A drug used to treat erectile dysfunction in men may be linked to the development of skin cancer, according to a recent study CBS News reported.

Sleep Apnea May Increase Risk Of Developing Diabetes

Jun 06, 2014 AM EDT People with obstructive sleep apnea may have an increased risk of developing diabetes, according to a recent study.

Pre-Menopausal Women Have Higher Levels Of Brain Protein Linked To Depression

Jun 05, 2014 PM EDT Pre-menopausal women have higher levels of a brain protein linked to depression than both younger and menopausal women, according to a recent study.

UT School Of Nursing Removes 'Sexist' Dress Code Signs

Jun 05, 2014 PM EDT The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing took down "poorly worded" dress code signs Wednesdays that some students found offensive, the San Antonio Express-News reported.

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