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Women with Four or More Children Are More Likely To Suffer From Heart Disease

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT Women, who have given birth to four or more children, are nearly twice at a risk of developing a heart disease, according to a University of Texas study.

Non-College Graduates Do Not Wait Until Marriage to Have Children, Study

Jun 17, 2014 AM EDT A latest John Hopkins University study found that less-educated adults, who are almost 30 years old, do not wait until marriage to have kids. Researchers said that it is now an "unusual" trend for ...

Researchers Develop “Super Banana” to Avert Blindness and Deaths Among African Children

Jun 17, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology have developed a "super" banana that contains elevated levels of vitamin A.

Researchers Fail to Find Link between Poor Mental Health and Fluoridated Water

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the University of Otago, New Zealand, disproved claims of poor mental health in children and adults due to fluoridated water.

Gut Bacteria is Less Diverse in Autistic Children, Study

May 22, 2014 AM EDT Children suffering from autism have different concentrations of bacteria-produced chemicals - metabolites - in their feces as compared to those without Autism Spectrum Disorder, according to an ...

Fathers Working in the Technical Field More Likely to have Children with Autism, Study

May 19, 2014 AM EDT Fathers, who work in the technical field, are more likely to have children with an autism spectrum disorder, according to a University of Texas study.

Pool Chemical Injuries Led to 5, 000 ER visits in 2012, Study

May 16, 2014 AM EDT A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that pool chemicals have resulted in 5, 000 emergency room visits in 2012.

Higher Doses of Antidepressants Doubles Suicide Risk among Children and Young Adults, Study

May 02, 2014 AM EDT High doses of antidepressants increases suicide risk among children and young adults during the first three months of treatment, according to a Harvard School of Public Health study.

Obese and Diabetic Fathers More Likely To Have Unhealthy Daughters, Study

Jan 18, 2014 AM EST Obese and diabetic men are more likely to have overweight daughters, according to University of South Wales study. Researchers said that the paternal diet, body weight and health affect the baby's ...

White Women at Greater Breast Cancer Risk than Blacks, South Asians: Study

Jan 09, 2014 AM EST White women are more likely to develop breast cancer than their black and south Asian counterparts because they engage in heavy drinking, spend less time breastfeeding and produce fewer kids, ...

Fatherless Children Are More Aggressive Than Those Raised By Both Parents, Study

Dec 05, 2013 AM EST Children who grow up without a father are more aggressive and angry than those brought up by both parents, according to a new McGill University study.

Children from Low-Income Families Face Greater Risk of Developing ADHD, Study

Nov 27, 2013 AM EST Researchers find Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children from families living below the poverty line and in those who belong to single-parent families.

Children from Rich Families More Likely To Develop Mental Health Problems, Study

Nov 11, 2013 AM EST Mental health problems are more likely to develop in children from rich families when compared to children from less affluent families, according to Arizona State University.

Toronto University Offers Program for Educated Homemakers Wanting To Resume Professional Life

Nov 09, 2013 AM EST The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto has introduced a program for educated homemakers who have quit their professional life to take care of children and wanting to rejoin ...

Children Prove To Be Potentially Dangerous Distractions to Drivers than Mobile Phones, Study

Nov 04, 2013 AM EST In a new study by the Monash University Accident Research Centre, researchers have found out a dangerous distraction to motorists more than using a mobile phone. They said that having young children ...

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