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Big Butt Fascination Linked To Prehistoric Influences

Mar 20, 2015 AM EDT Men's preferences for women with a curvy backside is linked to prehistoric influences, according to a recent study,

Higher Vitamin D Levels Increase Cancer Survival Rates: Study

Apr 30, 2014 AM EDT Intake of vitamin D increases survival rates in cancer patients, a new study states.

MIT to Shell Out $350M for Nanoscale Research

Apr 30, 2014 AM EDT The Massachusetts Institute of Technology will invest $350 million for nanoscale research.

Anger More Effective Than Sadness in Anti-Smoking Ads: Study

Apr 30, 2014 AM EDT Showing anger instead of sadness in anti-smoking commercials is more effective, a new research by Dartmouth and Cornell University shows.

Do U.S. Universities Leave Out Asian-Americans for Rich Chinese Students?

Apr 29, 2014 AM EDT The acceptance rate of the prestigious universities falling down every year concerns among the Asian-Americans have risen about their chances of getting into good educational institutes.

Girls Who are Labelled Fat More Likely to Become Obese: UCLA Study

Apr 29, 2014 AM EDT Young girls who are called 'fat' have more chances of becoming obese by their late teenage years, a new study by University of California Los Angeles shows.

Caffeine May Aid The Progression Of Alzheimer's

Apr 07, 2014 PM EDT A research team, led by Dr. Christa E. Müller from the University of Bonn and Dr. David Blum from the University of Lille, was able to demonstrate that caffeine has a positive effect on tau deposits ...

Northwest Biotherapeutics Aims To Develop Treatment For Brain Cancer

Feb 26, 2014 PM EST Ten years ago, cash-strapped biotechnology company Northwest Biotherapeutics Inc was down to three employees and one week from closing its doors when a financial backer came forward at the annual JP ...

Obesity Rates Nearly Halved Among Preschool-Aged Children

Feb 25, 2014 PM EST More than a third of U.S. adults and 17 percent of kids and teens are obese, rates that haven't changed much in a decade, researchers say.

Smoke-Free Park Policies Are Rare, But Could Lead To Fewer Young People Picking Up The Habit

Feb 18, 2014 PM EST Bans on smoking in public parks are still fairly rare in the United States, despite more than half of states having indoor smoking restrictions, researchers say.

Remote Dermatologists Are Just As Reliable, Often Reach The Same Conclusions As Doctors Who Examine Patients in Person

Feb 13, 2014 PM EST Offsite doctors may be able to reliably evaluate hospitalized patients with possible skin conditions based on photographs and general health information, says a new study.

Teenagers Damage DNA After Weekend Binge Drinking: Study

Dec 31, 2013 AM EST Teenagers indulging in weekend binge drinking are at a risk of damaging their DNA, a recent study reveals.

Teenagers Not Open Much to Discussions with Doctors About Sex: Study

Dec 31, 2013 AM EST A latest research reveals that less than two thirds of doctors and teens discuss about sex.

Moderate Drinking Improves Immune System: Study

Dec 30, 2013 AM EST Here is a new excuse to gulp down another glass of wine this New Year's. It strengthens the immune system.

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