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Being Bullied At Work May Be Better Than Being Ignored

May 29, 2014 AM EDT Being ignored at work may be worse for physical and mental well-being than harassment or bullying, according to a recent study.

Having Children May Be Contagious Among High School Friends

May 29, 2014 AM EDT Having children may be contagious among female high school friends during early adulthood, according to a recent study.

Generic Antidepressant May Effectively Alleviate Menopause Symptoms

May 29, 2014 AM EDT A generic antidepressant may be effective treatment for alleviating menopausal hot flashes, night sweats, and the sleepless nights that come with them, according to a recent study the Boston Globe ...

Sex Education, Moral Attitudes May Influence Contraceptive Use

May 28, 2014 PM EDT Women's contraceptive use may be influenced by previous contraception education and moral attitudes, according to a recent study.

Negative Social Interactions May Increase Hypertension Risk

May 28, 2014 PM EDT "Keep your friends close and your enemies close" is a saying that may not be the best advice for people who are aged 50 and older, according to a recent study.

Man Breaks Into Homes Of Boston College Students, Tickles Their Feet

May 28, 2014 PM EDT A man has been breaking into the off-campus homes of Boston College students to tickle them, Campus Reform reported.

People Who Are Mean With Their Money Are Trusted Less

May 28, 2014 PM EDT People distrust others who are mean with their money, according to a recent study.

Cigarette Smoke, Other Toxins Can Make People Older Than Their Years

May 28, 2014 PM EDT Researchers found that harmful substances in the environment, chemicals such as benzene, cigarette smoke, and even stress can age the person in terms of biological age.

Cats Eat More During The Winter

May 28, 2014 PM EDT Cats should be fed more in the winter, according to a recent study.

Tai Chi May Slow Aging Process

May 28, 2014 PM EDT A traditional Chinese martial art and sport may be able to slow down the aging process, according to a recent study.

Fathers Who Help With Household Chores May Bolster Daughters' Aspirations

May 28, 2014 PM EDT Fathers who help out with household chores bolster their daughters' aspirations, according to a recent study.

Social Networks May Promote, Detract From Good Health

May 28, 2014 AM EDT Three recent studies published by the American Psychological Association have linked social networks to better health in older adults.

Duck Dynasty: LGBT Group At Louisiana Tech Protests Award Given To Phil Robertson

May 27, 2014 PM EDT A group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at Louisiana Tech University are protesting an award given to a "Duck Dynasty" star, Campus Reform reported.

Learning In Early Life May Help Brain Cells Survive

May 27, 2014 PM EDT Learning in early life may help keep brain cells alive, according to a recent study.

Moderate Physical Activity Could Help Older Adults Maintain Mobility

May 27, 2014 PM EDT Physical activity may help older adults maintain mobility and keep them healthy, according to a recent study.

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