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Night Owls Are More Sedentary, Less Motivated To Exercise

Jun 03, 2014 PM EDT People who stay up later are more sedentary and may feel that they have a harder time maintaining an exercise schedule, according to a recent study.

One In Eight US Children Are Abused, Neglected Before The Age of 18

Jun 03, 2014 PM EDT Nearly one in eight children in the United States are maltreated before they reach age 18, according to a recent study Counsel and Heal reported.

Women More Likely Than Men To Have Poorer Mental, Physical Functioning After Heart Attack

Jun 03, 2014 PM EDT Women age 55 or younger may fare worse than their male counterparts after a heart attack, according to a recent study HealthDay News reported.

Teen Boys May Be More Likely To Quit Smoking Than Girls

Jun 03, 2014 AM EDT Among new adolescent smokers, teen boys are more likely to quit than boys, according to a recent study HealthDay reported.

Marijuana Use Linked To Impaired Sleep Quality

Jun 03, 2014 AM EDT Researchers led by Jilesh Chheda, research assistant at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, found that any history of cannabis use was associated with an increased likelihood of reporting ...

Social Interaction May Improve Lung Function In Older Adults

Jun 03, 2014 AM EDT Being married, having close friends and family members may lead to better mental and physical health in older adults, according to a recent study.

iOS 8 Release Date: Apple Unveils 'Healthkit'

Jun 02, 2014 PM EDT Apple Inc. rolled out Healthkit, a mobile application that lets consumers track health-related data, on Monday during its annual developers' conference in San Francisco, Calif., Reuters reported.

Marijuana May Be Able To Treat Autoimmune Diseases

Jun 02, 2014 PM EDT Marijuana may be able to treat autoimmune disease, according to a recent study.

Blue Light Exposure May Increase Hunger, Alter Metabolism

Jun 02, 2014 PM EDT The manipulation of light exposure may be a novel method of altering food intake and metabolism, according to a recent study.

Bryan College Faces Enrollment Decline, Cuts Positions

Jun 02, 2014 PM EDT Bryan College in Tennessee is eliminating 20 full-time employee positions as it faces enrollment decline, The Times Free Press reported.

Yoga May Not Improve Asthma Symptoms

Jun 02, 2014 PM EDT Yoga has long been touted as a method to help asthma sufferers alleviate symptoms; however a recent study found little evidence that the practice improve symptoms.

Poor Sleep May Have Same Impact On GPA As Binge Drinking, Marijuana

Jun 02, 2014 PM EDT Poor sleep has the same impact on grade point average (GPA) as binge drinking and marijuana, according to a recent study.

Speaking Two Or More Languages May Improve Cognition, Delay The Onset Of Dementia

Jun 02, 2014 AM EDT Speaking two or more languages may slow down brain aging, according to a recent study Medical Daily reported.

Suicides Are More Likely To Occur After Midnight

Jun 02, 2014 AM EDT Suicides are much more likely to occur between midnight and 4 a.m. than during the daytime or evening, according to a recent study.

Children Who Eat Vegetables 'Early And Often' Develop Healthy Eating Habits

May 31, 2014 PM EDT Offering vegetables to children when they are really young may encourage them to eat more of it compared to "offering novel vegetables to older children," according to a recent study.

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