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Diabetes Patients May Have An Increased Risk Of Early Death From Depression

May 31, 2014 PM EDT People with diabetes have about double the risk of premature death as people of the same age without diabetes and have about twice the odds of suffering from depression, according to new research.

Green Tea May Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risk

May 31, 2014 PM EDT Green tea and its extracts may reduce pancreatic cancer risk, according to a recent study.

Prunes May Be The Answer To Successful Weight Loss

May 30, 2014 PM EDT Eating prunes may be the key to weight loss success, according to a recent study ConsumerAffairs reported.

Eating More Than Three Slices Of White Bread May Increase Obesity Risk

May 30, 2014 PM EDT White bread consumption may be making you fat, according to a recent study HealthDay News reported.

Antidepressant May Effectively Treat Menopause Symptoms

May 30, 2014 PM EDT A low-dose antidepressant could effectively treat menopausal hot flashes, night sweats, and the sleepless nights that come with them, according to a recent study Counsel and Heal reported.

Vibration Exercise May Ease Fibromyalgia Pain

May 30, 2014 PM EDT Vibration may be able to reduce pain symptoms for those with fibromyalgia, according to a recent study.

UCI Fraternity Hosts 'Racist' Fundraiser

May 30, 2014 PM EDT A fraternity at the University of California - Irvine has been accused of hosting an offensive fundraiser where students wore coconut bras and grass skirts, Campus Reform reported.

Pleasant Smells May Increase Facial Attractiveness

May 30, 2014 PM EDT Pleasant smells may increase a person's facial attractiveness, according to a recent study.

Unexpected Death Of Loved One May Trigger Onset Of Psychiatric Disorders

May 30, 2014 PM EDT The sudden loss of a loved one may trigger an onset of psychiatric disorders, according to a recent study.

Narcissists May Be Able To Feel Empathy

May 30, 2014 AM EDT Narcissists may be able to feel empathy, according to a recent study.

Do Bicycling Make People Happier? (VIDEO)

May 29, 2014 PM EDT A person's mode of transportation may affect how they feel, according to a recent study.

Watching Too Much Porn Could Shrink Your Brain

May 29, 2014 PM EDT Watching pornography may be linked to reduced activity in certain areas of the brain, according to a recent study Reuters reported.

Climate Change: Drop In Global Malnutrition Depends On Agricultural Production

May 29, 2014 PM EDT A drop in global malnutrition may depend on agricultural productivity and climate change, according to a recent study.

Cooper Union Hit With Lawsuit Over Free Tuition

May 29, 2014 PM EDT A lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Cooper Union to keep the school tuition-free, Inside Higher Ed reported.

People Affected By Substance Abuse, Binge Eating Share Common Pattern And Brain Structure

May 29, 2014 PM EDT People affected by disorders of compulsivity may share a common pattern of decision making and similarities in brain structure, according to a recent study.

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