Poor Women Blame Children and Troubled Love Life for Poverty, Study

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Having children at a young age and a dysfunctional love life are some of the reasons given by low-income women for their poverty, according to a study led by the Arizona State University.

Spouse’s Personality Influences a Person's Workplace Performance: Study

Sep 24, 2014 AM EDT Spouse's personality affects a person's performance at workplace majorly, according to a new study by the Washington University.

Teenaged Girls from Poor Families Face Increased Obesity Risk, Study

Sep 18, 2014 AM EDT Adolescent girls from economically disadvantaged families are more likely to become overweight or obese than their male counterparts, according to a new study by The University of Texas at Austin.

Global Food Trade Unlikely To Meet Demand of Agriculturally-Poor Countries, Study

Sep 09, 2014 AM EDT Global food supply may not meet the demands of the rising population in agriculturally-poor countries, according to a University of Virginia study.

Diet Quality Gap Between Rich and Poor Americans Doubles, Study

Sep 02, 2014 AM EDT The dietary quality of low-income Americans has deteriorated in the last decade despite improvement in the diet of their wealthy counterparts, according to a new study by the Harvard School of Public ...

Poor Britons Eat More Salt Than Rich Ones, Study

Aug 27, 2014 AM EDT Britons from low socio-economic backgrounds consume more salt than those from higher socio-economic positions, according to a University of Warvick study.

High Stress Hormone Levels Are Passed On From Mothers to Babies, Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT Women in low-income groups experience high cortisol levels during pregnancy and due to this, their babies are born with elevated levels of the stress hormone, according to a study by the University of ...

Poor Sleep Increases Suicide Risk in Older Adults, Study

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT Older adults suffering from sleep deprivation are more likely to commit suicide than those with good night's sleep, according to a new study by the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Poor Students in High-Performing Public Charter Schools Less Likely To Display Risky Behaviors: Study

Jul 28, 2014 AM EDT Low-income minority adolescents enrolled in California's high-performing public charter high schools are less likely to engage in risky health behaviors, according to a new study by the University of ...

Cyberbullying Also Prevalent in Poor, High-Crime Neighborhoods: Study

May 26, 2014 AM EDT Cyberbullying isn't just limited to middle class or affluent neighborhoods. The problem equally persists in poor, high-crime neighborhoods, according to a Michigan State University study.

Expelled Economics Professor Was Fired Because Of His Poor Academic Performance, Peking Officials Say

Oct 26, 2013 AM EDT Peking University officials have defended their decision of expelling Xia Yeliang, an economics professor around a week ago. Yeliang, a pro-democracy activist couldn’t apparently impress them with ...

UConn AD Sacks Head Football Coach

Oct 01, 2013 AM EDT Due to poor performances of the football team, University of Connecticut Director of Athletics Warde Manuel has fired head coach Paul Pasqualoni Monday morning. Plus, associate head football coach and ...

Unemployment Gap Between the Rich and Poor of US Expanding; Reach Levels of Great Depression

Sep 17, 2013 AM EDT Professionals are being advised to stick on to their jobs for now due to the ongoing financial crisis and hiring freeze in most of the job markets. This piece of advice is now further supported by the ...

Grambling State Fires Head Football Coach Following Poor Performance

Sep 12, 2013 AM EDT Grambling State University has fired 58-year-old Doug Williams, head football coach, Wednesday after the Tigers lost its first two games of the season.

Financial Strains Reduces Cognitive Abilities, Study

Aug 31, 2013 AM EDT Financial pressure affects poor people's aptitude to perform well in cognitive and logic tests, according to a new study conducted by a team of international researchers.

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