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Oregon Bans Three Ducks Basketball Players over Forcible Rape Allegations (UPDATE)

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT Three Oregon Ducks men's basketball players have been banned as students for at least four years and maximum of 10 years following forcible rape allegations.

RIC Names Michael Byrnes as New Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Jun 20, 2014 AM EDT Rhode Island College has chosen Michael Byrnes as the new Men's Basketball Head Coach. Byrnes replaces Bob Walsh, who stepped down after nine seasons.

People find it Difficult to Detect Flirtatious Behavior, Study

Jun 18, 2014 AM EDT It is hard for people to detect flirtatious behaviour, according to a new study by the University of Kansas.

More than 10,000 Suicides across Europe, North America Occurred During Recession, Study

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT Financial crisis between 2008 and 2010 triggered over 10,000 suicides across Europe and North America, according to an Oxford University study.

Cell Phone Exposure can Lead to Infertility in Men, Study

Jun 10, 2014 AM EDT Keeping mobile phones in trouser pockets can significantly affect fertility in men, lowering their chances of becoming a father, according to a University of Exeter study.

Urban Prep Grads Taste Academic Success with College Degrees

Jun 09, 2014 AM EDT Jamil Boldian, Krishaun Branch and Rayvaughn Hines are amongst the first group of Urban Prep grads to earn their bachelor's degrees, setting an example to many young black men belonging to their ...

Researchers Find Why Shorter Men Live Longer

May 21, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa have solved the mystery - why shorter men live longer.

Brisk Walk lowers Death Risk in Elderly Men, Study

May 13, 2014 AM EDT Death risk in older men, who are suffering from high blood pressure, can be reduced by engaging them in moderate levels of fitness, according to a George Washington University study.

Women More Intuitive than Men, Study

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT Women are more intuitive and less reflective than men, according to a new study.

UMaine Fires Basketball Coach Over Dismal Season

Apr 15, 2014 AM EDT The University of Maine has fired school’s long-time men’s basketball coach Ted Woodward following a miserable 6-23 season.

Circumcision Over 35 Years Protects Men from Prostate Cancer, Study

Apr 07, 2014 AM EDT A latest study by University of Montreal and the INRS-Institut-Armand-Frappier has found that men, who underwent circumcision beyond the age of 35, have a 45 percent lower risk of prostate cancer ...

Blame Vodka for Early Deaths in Russian Men, Study

Jan 31, 2014 AM EST A new Oxford University study found vodka to be the main cause of early deaths in Russia. Researchers said that 25 percent of Russian men die before the age of 55 when compared to 7 percent of UK men. ...

Nearly 50 Percent of Black Men Face Arrest By Age 23, Survey

Jan 21, 2014 AM EST About 50 percent of black men, 44 percent for Hispanic men and 40 percent of white men are taken into custody for a non-traffic offense, at least once, by the time they turn 23, according to a survey ...

Men Stare at Women’s Chest and Waist than Eyes and Face, Study

Oct 30, 2013 AM EDT Scientists have found adding evidence to the fact that the first thing a man notices about a woman is her chest or her waist than the eyes or face.

NCAA Suspends Frank Haith for Five Games over His Role in Miami/Nevin Shapiro Scandal

Oct 24, 2013 AM EDT Frank Haith, a University of Missouri’s men’s basketball coach has received a five-game suspension from the NCAA for his role in the Miami/Nevin Shapiro scandal.

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