A New Hope to Staying Young: Scientists Claim Ageing Process may be Reversed

Dec 17, 2016 AM EST Scientists claim that it is possible to stay young as ageing process may be reversed.

Can Old People Be Taught New Technology Tricks? Latest IT Survey Results Will Shock You! [VIDEO]

Aug 05, 2016 AM EDT New study reveals that older people use technlogy more effectively than the youger ones. The conclusions eventually bring down the age-old belief that older people become inefficient in work.

People Who Have Had Mentors at a Young Age have a Better Career, Study

Sep 13, 2014 AM EDT Young people, who receive good guidance from their mentors, are more likely to find an early employment, according to a North Carolina State University study.

Gender Linked To Crash Type and Injury Severity, Study

Aug 27, 2014 AM EDT Gender is linked to the type of severe or fatal crash a young driver might be involved in, according to a Kansas State University study.

Young Illegal Migrants are Exploited Due to Lack of Protective Laws and Parental Guidance in US, Study

Aug 09, 2014 AM EDT A new study suggests that exposure to lead can increase the risk of obesity.

Prostate Cancer More Common and Aggressive in Young Men, Study

Jul 16, 2014 AM EDT Prostate cancer has been found to be more frequent and aggressive in young men, according to a new study by the University of Michigan.

Students of Higher Socioeconomic Status More Likely To Use Hookah, Study

Jul 07, 2014 AM EDT While cigarette usage has declined among young people, a latest New York University study has found a high prevalence of hookah among high school seniors at the same time.

Women with PCOS More Prone to Developing Type-2 Diabetes: Study

Jun 26, 2014 AM EDT Women diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), even if they are young and not obese, face a heightened risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to a Monash University study.

Young Women with Depression are at an Increased Risk of Suffering from Heart Problems, Study

Jun 19, 2014 AM EDT Young and middle-aged depressed women are twice more likely to suffer from heart attacks or premature deaths as compared to those who are not sad, according to an Emory University study.

Husky Voice Can Be an Obstacle to a Women's Career: Study

May 29, 2014 AM EDT Young women with a husky voice are less likely to be hired after the final round of interview, according to a University of Miami study.

Movies Encourage Youngsters to Drink More Alcohol, Study

May 23, 2014 AM EDT A study conducted by researchers at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands found that most films glamorise drinking, which encourages young people to consume more alcohol.

Obesity at Young Age Leads to Severe Weight Problems Later In Life, Study

May 06, 2014 AM EDT People, who are obese at 25, are more likely to suffer from severe weight problems over 35 years of age, according to a City University of New York and University of Wyoming study.

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.

Parental Financial Contributions Adds Pressure to Succeed Among Young Athletes, Study

Apr 10, 2014 PM EDT Young athletes are less likely to enjoy their sport when they feel compelled to win because of their parent’s financial contributions, according to a Utah State University study.

Young Americans Unhappy with Obama’s Government, Survey

Dec 05, 2013 AM EST Barack Obama, who was re-elected for the second consecutive term to run the country's top administrative job, seems to have dissatisfied young Americans with his decisions regarding the Syrian crisis, ...

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