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Physical fitness Averts Adverse Health Effects of Sedentary Behaviour, Study

Jul 15, 2014 AM EDT Physical fitness helps avert adverse health effects of sedentary behavior, according to a study conducted by researchers at the American Cancer Society, The Cooper Institute and the University of ...

Sedentary Behaviour Lowers Cardiovascular Fitness Levels, Study

Jul 08, 2014 AM EDT Sedentary behaviour affects cardiovascular health, according to a new study by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

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.

Equal Amounts of Protein at Each Meal Promotes Healthy Muscles, Study

May 24, 2014 AM EDT Every meal of the day should contain adequate and equivalent amounts of protein in order to maintain healthy muscles, according to a University of Texas study.

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.

WTAMU Alumni Donate $1Million to Support Leadership Certification Program

May 10, 2014 AM EDT West Texas A&M University alumni Dyke and Terry Rogers have made a gift of $1 million to endow the LEAD WT program as the Dyke and Terry Rogers Leadership Education and Development Program.

Researchers Find Evolutionary Purpose behind Pain in Humans

May 09, 2014 AM EDT University of Texas researchers have found the evolutionary aspect behind the intention of pain in humans by testing squids.

Utah Apologises For Sperm Swap; Investigators Unsure If It Was A Deliberate Action

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT University of Utah (U.) has apologised to a Texas family for a possible sperm donor mix up.

YCT's Upcoming 'Illegal Immigrant Game' Receives Censure from Campus Community

Nov 19, 2013 AM EST The Young Conservatives of Texas' (YCT), a University of Texas (UT) chapter is facing heaving criticism from the campus community for its upcoming event 'Catch an Illegal Immigrant Game'.

Austin Professor to Live In a Dumpster for a Year to Promote Sustainability

Nov 14, 2013 AM EST Dr. Jeff Wilson, an environmental professor at the Huston-Tillotson University (HTU) in Austin, Texas, is going the distance of teaching his students and the community about the importance of ...

Eating Certain Fat Might Help Humans Shed Weight, Texas Study

Oct 05, 2013 AM EDT Contradicting all the previous proved results that fat causes people to gain weight and become obese, a new study conducted by Texas Tech University nutrition scientists found that a diet containing ...

Rice Engineering Students Build Robotic Arm for Texas Teen Suffering from Brittle Bone Disease

Sep 28, 2013 AM EDT A team of bioengineering students at George R. Brown School of Engineering, Rice University in Houston, have successfully built a robotic arm for a teenager who is unable to perform routine, basic ...

13 Texas State Students Charged In Hazing Incident

Sep 24, 2013 AM EDT Joanne Smith, vice president for student affairs at the university, said that 13 students are facing hazing and other misdemeanor charges following a nearly three-week investigation by the school and ...

Top 10 American Cities for Job Growth

Aug 08, 2013 AM EDT On Wednesday, Forbes released its ranking of best American cities for job growth in 2013. The American Business Magazine arrived at the rankings based on a study by Moody's Analytics. The magazine ...

Dell Foundation Invests $50 Million to Establish Dell Medical School at UT

Jan 31, 2013 AM EST The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation has announced a $50 million investment to develop Dell Medical School at the University of Texas, Austin.

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