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Take A Walk To Be Better At Math, University of Bologna Study 5/28/2015
How Racial Stereotypes Changes How We Hear People Talk, University of British Columbia Study 5/28/2015
Millennials May Be The Least Religious Generation Yet, San Diego State University Study 5/28/2015
Genetics May Play Role For Women Who Cheat, University of Queensland Study 5/28/2015
Handsome Men Do Catch More Breaks Than Homely Men From Women, Eastern Kentucky University Study 5/28/2015
Hallucinations And Delusions More Common Than Thought, University of Queensland Study 5/28/2015
Fetal Cells Injected Into A Man's Brain To Cure His Parkinson's, University of Cambridge Study 5/27/2015
Delayed Cord Cutting Linked To Better Skills In Childhood, Uppsala Universitet Study 5/27/2015
Two Drinks A Day May Harms Older People's Hearts, Brigham and Women's Hospital Study 5/27/2015
Here’s Why Living On A Noisy Street Could Make You Fatter, Karolinska Institute Study 5/27/2015
Facebook Status Updates Reveal Low Self-Esteem And Narcissism 5/27/2015
Do People Transmit Happiness By Smell? Koc University Study 5/27/2015
California Scientists Test Ecstasy As Anxiety-Reducer For Gravely Ill 5/27/2015
Rejection From Attractive Men Makes Single Women More Vindictive Toward Ugly Suitors, University of Toronto Study 5/27/2015
Probiotics May Help Ease Allergies, Vanderbilt University Study Shows 5/27/2015
Albert Einstein College of Medicine Release: Study Identifies Ebola Virus's Achilles' Heel 5/26/2015
University of Maryland School of Medicine Release: New Research Leads To FDA Approval Of First Drug To Treat Radiation Sickness 5/26/2015
Memory Loss Not Always First Sign Of Alzheimer’s, National Hospital For Neurology And Neurosurgery Study 5/26/2015
Teenage Obesity May Double Bowel Cancer Risk, Harvard School of Public Health Study 5/26/2015
Faster Heart Rate Linked To Diabetes Risk, Penn State University Study 5/26/2015
Does Botox Actually Rejuvenate Your Skin? University of Ottawa Study 5/26/2015
Infections Can Affect Your IQ, Aarhus University Study 5/22/2015
Emoticons ; ) May Signal Better Customer Service, Penn State University Study 5/22/2015
How Watching A Film Can Make You Smarter, Goldsmiths University Scientists Reveal 5/22/2015
Earlier Puberty And Stunted Growth In Boys Linked To Pot Use, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Agriculture University Rawalpindi Study 5/22/2015
Paracetamol Risk To Unborn Boys, University of Edinburgh Study 5/22/2015
Drinking Coffee May Lower Erectile Dysfunction Risk, University of Texas Health Science Center Study 5/22/2015
Skipping Meals May Actually Increase Belly Fat, Ohio State University Reveals 5/21/2015
Botox Seems To Ease Depression, University Of Texas Medical Center Reveals 5/21/2015
Elite Athletes' Brains 82 Percent Faster, University College London Study 5/21/2015
DNA Bank To Unlock Genetic Clues About Stuttering Created, University of Alberta Reveals 5/21/2015
Your Genes May Influence Leadership Ability In The Workplace, Kansas State University Research Finds 5/21/2015
Snacking On Protein Can Improve Appetite Control And Diet Quality In Teens, University of Missouri Study 5/21/2015
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)-Led Study Shows Oncotype DX And MRI May Provide Independent Information In Favorable Risk Prostate Cancer 5/20/2015
Science Finally Explains Why Men Really Exist, University of East Anglia Study 5/20/2015
Old Bones Can Regain Youthful Healing Power, Hospital For Sick Children Study Finds 5/20/2015
How To Restore Youthful Vigor To Adult Brains, University of California, Irvine Study 5/20/2015
Your Brain's Unique Response To Words Can Reveal Your Identity, Basque Center On Cognition, Brain, And Language Study 5/20/2015
Should Women Copy Men By Faking The 80-Hour Work Week? Boston University Study 5/20/2015
Discovery Paves Way For Homebrewed Drugs, University of California, Berkeley (CAL) Study 5/19/2015
Obese People Not Just Clumsy, Dublin City University Study 5/19/2015
Many Popular Probiotics Could Actually Be Harmful, Columbia University Study 5/19/2015
Men With Asthma Less Likely To Develop Lethal Prostate Cancer, Johns Hopkins University Study 5/19/2015
Diarrhea Medicine Could Cure A Hangover, University of Pennsylvania Study 5/19/2015
"Extreme" Exposure To Secondhand Cannabis Smoke Causes Mild Intoxication, Johns Hopkins University Study 5/19/2015
Death In Your State: What's Really Killing Americans, CDC Reveals 5/18/2015
How Birth Month Really Does Influence Personality Traits, University of Connecticut Study 5/18/2015
First-Born Kids Are Just Plain Better At Picking Up Second Languages, University College London Study 5/18/2015
High Salt Intake May Delay Puberty, University Of Wyoming Study 5/18/2015
On Planes, Savory Tomato Becomes Favored Flavor, Cornell University Study 5/18/2015
Three Perspectives On "The Dress," Giessen University Study 5/18/2015
Ebola Isn't Going To Spread Through The Air, New University of Florida Study Reveals 5/18/2015
New Test Detects Drug Use From A Single Fingerprint, University of Surrey Study 5/15/2015
Link Between Vitamin E And Air Pollution Discovered, King's College London Study 5/15/2015
Botox May Erase Irregular Heartbeat Issues, State Research Institute Of Circulation Pathology Reveals 5/15/2015
Your Handshake Tells The Story Of Your Health, McMaster University Study 5/15/2015
Vitamin B May Help Prevent Some Skin Cancers, University of Sydney Study 5/15/2015
Can Diet And Exercise Prevent Muscle Loss In Old Age? University of Southampton Study 5/14/2015
Hold Your Breath To Dampen The Pain Of An Injection, University Of Jaén Study 5/14/2015
Is It Time To Ditch Annual Performance Reviews? Rice University Study 5/14/2015
Men Who Exercise May Delay High Cholesterol, University of South Carolina Study 5/13/2015
Wearing Red Can Make You Appear Angry And Dominant, Durham University Study 5/13/2015
How Too Much Artificial Light Might Be Making You Fat, Leiden University Medical Center Study 5/13/2015
Celiac Disease Linked To Nerve Damage, Karolinska Institute Study 5/13/2015
Drug-Resistant Typhoid Spreading Fast Globally, Sanger Institute Study 5/12/2015
Kids Exposed To Multiple Languages At Home Become Better Communicators, University of Chicago Study 5/12/2015
Dad's Age Linked To Blood Cancer Risk In His Kids, American Journal Of Epidemiology Reveals 5/12/2015
Lab-Made Sperm Cells Offer New Approach To Treat Male Infertility, Kallistem Reveals 5/12/2015
More Sex Doesn't Doesn't Make You Happier, Carnegie Mellon University Study 5/12/2015
How Chewing Gum Can Stop Unwanted Songs From Playing In Your Head, University of Reading Study 5/12/2015
Five Scientific Reasons Motherhood Rules, University of California, Riverside Study 5/12/2015
Changing Profile Pictures Will Not Change Your Personalities: University of Connecticut Researcher 5/12/2015
ATCC And The Institute For Life Science Entrepreneurship (ILSE) Collaborate To Establish A New Translational Microbiology Center Located At The NJCSTM In Union, New Jersey 5/11/2015
Measles May Weaken Immune System Up To Three Years, Princeton University Study 5/8/2015
Viagra To Prevent Transmission Of The Malaria Parasite? INSERM Study 5/8/2015
Carrot Or Stick? Punishments May Guide Behavior More Effectively Than Rewards, Washington University School of Medicine Study 5/8/2015
Millennials Have Less Sex Partners Than Their Parents, San Diego State University Study 5/8/2015
Mom's Weight Gain During Pregnancy Linked To Kid's Obesity, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Study 5/8/2015
The New Science On Old Age: 10 Ways To Live Longer 5/7/2015
200-Year-Old Heart Drug Linked To Premature Death, European Hearth Journal Reveals 5/7/2015
Coffee May Act As An Antioxidant, Monash University Study 5/6/2015
Could Being Born in America Be Bad for Your Health? 5/6/2015
All Sugars Are Not Equally Desirable, University of Southern California Study Finds 5/6/2015
Late-Night Snacking: Is It Your Brain's Fault? Brigham Young University Study 5/6/2015
Dress To Impress For New Perspective, Says Columbia University Study; The Psychology Behind The Power Suit 5/6/2015
Childhood Maltreatment Linked To Sleep Problems Among Adult Canadians, University of Toronto Study 5/6/2015
New Link Between Diabetes And Alzheimer’s Discovered, Washington University in St. Louis Study 5/5/2015
Eat More Protein For Breakfast To Prevent Type 2 Diabetes Blood-Sugar Spikes, University of Missouri Study 5/5/2015
Overweight Diabetes Patients Outlive Skinnier Ones, University Of Hull Study 5/5/2015
New Survey Yields Clues To The Key To Living To 100, University of Illinois Study 5/5/2015
Gambling Is All An Illusion, University of Konstanz Study 5/5/2015
Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation Release: Novel Gene-Based Therapy For Achromatopsia Demonstrates Functional Rescue Of Cone Cells 5/5/2015
Here's How Aspirin Fights Cancer, University of Minnesota Institute Reveals 5/4/2015
Late Start On Solid Foods Could Up Cancer Risk for Babies, University of Texas Study 5/4/2015
Key Driver Of Human Aging Discovered, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Reveals 5/4/2015
Inattention At Age Seven Linked To Lower High School Exam Scores, University of Nottingham Study 5/4/2015
Poor Sleeping Habits Linked To Lower Pain Tolerance, Norwegian Institute Of Public Health Study 5/4/2015
Swapping One Sugary Drink A Day For Water Cuts Diabetes Risk, University of Cambridge Study 5/4/2015
How Walking An Extra Two Minutes Each Hour Can Add Years To Your Life, University of Utah Study 5/4/2015
Is Cheese The Secret To A Longer Life And Faster Metabolism? Aarhus University Study 5/4/2015
UCHealth Announces Region's First Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit 5/4/2015
Polygamy May Be Bad For A Man's Heart, King Faisal Specialist Hospital Study 5/1/2015
Scientists Discover a Way To Change Blood Types, University of British Columbia Reveals 5/1/2015
Diet Swap Shows How Junk Food Ups Your Cancer Risk, University of Pittsburgh and Imperial College London Study 5/1/2015
Air Pollution And Poverty Lowers Child IQ, Columbia University Study 5/1/2015
People Will Live Longer Than Official Estimates Predict, Say Imperial College London Researchers 4/30/2015
"Ghosts" Created In The Lab By Tricking The Brain, Swiss Federal Institute Of Technology Study 4/30/2015
Georgia Tech Research Offers Novel Cellular Sensing Platform Critical For Development Of Next-Generation Bioscience And Biotech Applications 4/30/2015
Scientists Skeptical About Secret Blood Test That Has Made Elizabeth Holmes A Billionaire 4/29/2015
Body Clock’s Molecular Reset Button Discovered, McGill University Study 4/29/2015
The World's Happiest Countries 4/29/2015
Just An Hour Of TV A Day Linked To Unhealthy Weight In Kindergartners, University of Virginia Study 4/28/2015
We Think Better On Our Feet, Literally, Texas A&M University Study 4/28/2015
High Salt Intake May Not Raise Blood Pressure In Teens, Boston University Study 4/28/2015
Lund University Research Shows A Patented Spinach Extract Is Tied To Weight Loss 4/28/2015
Adaptive Biotechnologies And Researchers From MD Anderson Cancer Center Demonstrate Ability To Detect Hodgkin's Lymphoma In Blood 4/28/2015
NYU Langone Medical Center Release: More Power To The Mitochondria: Cells' Energy Plant Also Plays Key Role In Stem Cell Development 4/28/2015
Independence Equals Success For Women In The Dating Game, University of Queensland Study 4/27/2015
Extra Sleep May Restore Memory And Stall Alzheimer’s-Like Condition, Washington University School of Medicine Study 4/27/2015
Babies As Young As Six Months Using Mobile Media, American Academy of Pediatrics Reveals 4/27/2015
This Is Your Teen's Brain Behind The Wheel, University of Illinois Study 4/24/2015
Fat Signals Control Energy Levels In The Brain, Washington University School of Medicine Study 4/24/2015
Turmeric May Help Treat Oral Cancers, Emory University Study 4/24/2015
Twins Experiment Reveals Genetic Link With Mosquito Bites, University of Florida Study 4/24/2015
Long-Term Exposure To Air Pollution May Shrink Your Brain, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Study 4/24/2015
Just Two Weeks Of Sugary Drinks Boost Heart Disease Risk, University of California, Davis (UCD) Study Shows 4/24/2015
Toxic Drug May Help Battle Colorectal Cancer, MD Anderson Cancer Center Study 4/23/2015
Workers Seeking Productivity In A Pill Are Abusing ADHD Drugs 4/23/2015
Warning: Too Many Dietary Supplements Ups Your Cancer Risk, University Of Colorado Cancer Center Study 4/23/2015
Myth Debunked: Yogurt Does Not Improve Health, Spanish Foundation For Science And Technology Study 4/23/2015
Male Fertility 101: 7 Little-Known Facts About Sperm For Men's Health 4/23/2015
Dementia Sufferers With Demanding Jobs May Live Longer, University of Pennsylvania Study 4/23/2015
GTX Corp And The University of Tennessee Research Foundation Enter Into Exclusive License Agreement To Develop UTRF’s SARD Drug Technology 4/23/2015
Another Study Finds No Link Between MMR Vaccine And Autism, JAMA Reveals 4/22/2015
Mushrooms Boost Immunity, University of Florida Study 4/22/2015
Milk Thistle May Stop Colorectal Cancer Stem Cells From Growing Tumors, University of Colorado Study 4/22/2015
Drugs Help MS Patients Create New Stem Cells To Replace Lost Brain Cells, Case Western Reserve University Study 4/22/2015
Chamomile Tea Linked To Lower Thyroid Cancer Risk, Oxford University Study 4/22/2015
The Number One Cause Of Depression - Everywhere 4/22/2015
Long Term, Regular Aspirin Use May Reduce Cancer Risk, Harvard School of Public Health Study 4/21/2015
Smoking May Boost Mom's Chances Of Having Twins, American Journal Of Human Biology 4/21/2015
Brain Scans Give Clues to Link Between Alzheimer's, Down Syndrome, Alzheimer's & Dementia Reveals 4/21/2015
Queen Mary University Of London 's New Research Gives Clues As To Why Older People Get More Tendon Injuries 4/21/2015
First Infant MRI Study Finds Babies Feel Pain "Like Adults," Oxford University Study 4/21/2015
Molecular Medicine Awards 3rd Annual Ross Prize To Dr. Lewis C. Cantley, Cancer Researcher At Weill Cornell Medical College And NY Presbyterian Hospital 4/21/2015
The University City Science Center Release: "If Not for This Woman...” Science Center Seeking Nominations For Innovators Walk Of Fame 4/20/2015
Remote Tribepeople Carry Antibiotic Resistance Genes, Washington University in St. Louis Study 4/20/2015
Gregory Crawford, Dean At Notre Dame, Selected As BIO 2015 Everyday Superhero Finalist 4/20/2015
Kids With ADHD Must Squirm To Learn, University of Central Florida Study Says 4/20/2015
Broccoli Sprout May Prevent Head and Neck Cancer, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) Study 4/20/2015
Soyfoods Reduce Breast Cancer Recurrence, University Medical Center Study 4/20/2015
Cow Milk Without The Cow Is Coming To Change Food Forever, Counter Culture Labs Reveals 4/20/2015
Could Maple Syrup Help Cut Use Of Antibiotics? McGill University Study 4/20/2015
Sugar-Sweetened Drinks May Lower Your Stress Levels, University of California, Davis (UCD) Study 4/20/2015
MRIs Show Rebellious Teens React To Parents, University of Southern California Study 4/20/2015
E-Cigarette Flavoring Chemicals May Pose Risks When Inhaled, Portland State University Study 4/17/2015
How Humans Can Sniff Out Happiness, Utrecht University Study 4/17/2015
Playing A Wind Instrument Could Help Lower Sleep Apnea Risk, European Lung Foundation Reveals 4/17/2015
"Pull My Finger!" Scientists Solve Knuckle-Cracking Riddle, University of Alberta Reveals 4/17/2015
A Dog's Life: Azabu University Study Reveals People's Hormonal Link With Tail-Waggers 4/17/2015
Fish Oil Essential For Developing Brain, University of California, Irvine Study Finds 4/17/2015
Eight Nutrients To Protect The Aging Brain, Institute Of Food Technologists Study 4/16/2015
3D Systems (TDSC) And Washington University Cardiology Team Help Toddler Breathe Easier With 3D Printed Heart Model 4/16/2015
Man Agreed To Be The First Human Being To Have A Head Transplant 4/16/2015
What Divorce Does To A Woman's Heart, Even After Remarrying, Duke University Study 4/16/2015
BPA Exposure During Pregnancy Affects Fertility In Three Generations, University of Illinois Study 4/16/2015
What Five Days Of Eating Fatty Foods Does To Your Muscles, Virginia Tech Study 4/15/2015
Cancer Linked To Muscle-Building Supplements, Brown University Study 4/15/2015
Inadequate Vitamin E Can Cause Brain Damage, Oregon State University Study 4/15/2015
Gestational Diabetes May Boost Autism Risk, Kaiser Permanente Southern California Study 4/15/2015
To Protect Your Aging Brain, Start With Exercise, Duke University Medical Center Study 4/15/2015
Marijuana Extract May Help Epilepsy Patients, New York University Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center Study 4/15/2015
Your Pain Reliever May Also Be Diminishing Your Joy, Ohio State University Study 4/14/2015
New Evidence For How Green Tea And Apples Could Protect Health, Norwich BioScience Institutes Study 4/14/2015
Eating Out Boosts High Blood Pressure Risk, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore Study 4/14/2015
Control Smartphones With A Stroke Of Your Hair, Pontifical Catholic University Study 4/14/2015
Are Scientists Nearing A Cure For Baldness? University of Southern California Study 4/14/2015
The Mental Health Benefits Of Probiotics: "Good Bacteria" May Improve Mood, Fight Depression, Leiden University Study 4/14/2015
Diabetes Risk "Can Be Tripled By Childhood Stress," Linköping University Study 4/13/2015
Depressed Patients Find Relief With Hallucinogenic, University of Sao Paulo Study 4/13/2015
Underweight People A Third More Likely To Develop Dementia, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Study 4/13/2015
Longer Life May Lie in Number of Anti-Inflammatory Genes You Have, University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Study 4/10/2015
Cancer Research Uncovers The Fountain Of Youth, University of Toronto Study 4/10/2015
Worms And Germs Lead To Better Immune Function, Duke University Medical Center Study 4/10/2015
This Dietary Fiber Supplement May Help Control Weight Better, University of Calgary Study 4/10/2015
Long Distance Runners Have More Testosterone, Higher Sex Drive, University of Cambridge Study 4/10/2015
Shorter People Have a Higher Risk Of Heart Disease, University of Leicester Study 4/10/2015
Cheap Allergy Drug May Treat Hepatitis C, NIH Study 4/9/2015
How Only One Percent Of The Population Has A Normal View Of The World, Dartmouth College Study 4/9/2015
Antidepressants Linked To First-Time Seizures, University of Basel Study 4/9/2015
New Type Of Broccoli Cuts Cholestrol, Institute Of Food Research Study 4/9/2015
Why Japan's Longest-Lived Women Hold The Key To Better Health 4/8/2015
Too Much Of A Bad Thing Can Be Good In Brain Tumors, Yale University Study 4/8/2015
Rigorous Exercise Linked To Longer Life, University of Sydney Study 4/8/2015
How Emotions Help Recall Information, New York University Study 4/8/2015
Men More Likely Than Women To Travel Back In Time And Kill Hitler, University of Texas Study Finds 4/8/2015
Does More Cancer Screening Cut Cancer Deaths? 4/8/2015
Why Remembering Makes Us Forget, University of Cambridge And University of Birmingham Study 4/8/2015
Viagra, Other ED Drugs Not a Universal Cure For All Impotence 4/8/2015
In Rare Cases, Kids Can Get Food Allergies From Donated Blood, Hospital For Sick Children Study 4/8/2015