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Level Of Poverty Or Wealth May Affect Distribution Of Cancer Types

May 27, 2014 PM EDT An area's level of poverty or wealth may affect the distribution of certain cancers, according to a recent study.

Seeing E-Cigarette Use May Increase The Urge To Smoke Among Tobacco Users

May 27, 2014 PM EDT Seeing people use electronic cigarettes may increase the urge to smoke among young tobacco users, according to a recent study.

Diet Sodas May Play A Positive Role In Weight Loss

May 27, 2014 AM EDT New research reaffirms that diet beverages helps people lose weight, CBS News reported.

Heavily Decorated Classrooms May Distract Young Children

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Heavily decorated classrooms may disrupt attention and learning in young children, according to a recent study.

E-Cigarettes Are Not A Safe Alternative To Conventional Smoking

May 27, 2014 AM EDT E-cigarettes have long been touted as a safe alternative to tobacco smoke, but a recent study proves that's not the case.

Worries, Conflict In Relationships May Contribute To An Earlier Death

May 26, 2014 PM EDT Stressful relationships may contribute to an earlier death, according to a recent study Reuters reported.

Melatonin May Make Old Bones Stronger

May 26, 2014 PM EDT Melatonin supplements may make old bones stronger, according to a recent study.

Sex-Specific Changes In Brain Begins Before Puberty

May 26, 2014 PM EDT Sex-specific changes in cerebral blood flow may begin at puberty, according to a recent study.

Implications Of Mandatory Flu Vaccinations For Health-Care Workers

May 26, 2014 PM EDT According to a recent analysis, employers need to understand the implications of implementing mandatory influenza vaccination policies for health care workers.

Type 1 Diabetes Linked To Memory Loss In Children

May 26, 2014 PM EDT A Type 1 diabetes diagnosis in children may come with brain changes, including memory loss, according to a recent study Medical Daily reported.

Iodide Supplements During Pregnancy May Protect Baby's Brain

May 26, 2014 PM EDT Taking an iodide-containing supplement during pregnancy could protect the brain development of an unborn child, according to a recent study Reuters reported.

Columbia University Uses $5.7 M Grant To Create Climate Change Game

May 26, 2014 AM EDT Columbia University in New York received a $5.7 million grant ...

Simple Blood Test May Be Able To Predict Alzheimer's Disease Before Symptoms Show

May 25, 2014 PM EDT A blood test may have the potential to predict Alzheimer's disease before patients start showing symptoms, according to a recent study.

Overeating Linked To Body Clock

May 25, 2014 PM EDT Researchers have discovered genes linking a person's circadian clock with their eating schedule, according to a recent study.

Inexpensive Food A Key Factor In Obesity Epidemic

May 24, 2014 PM EDT Inexpensive food may be a key factor in rising obesity, according to a recent study.

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