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Seven Misconceptions About The Global Obesity Epidemic 7/29/2016
Teens Who Smoke Daily Are More Likely To Report Health Complaints, Oregon State University Study 7/29/2016
Brain Receptors Deactivation In Postmenopausal Women May Lead To Lack Of Physical Activity, University of Missouri Study 7/29/2016
Too Much Light At Night And Too Little In The Morning Linked To Obesity, Nara Medical University School Of Medicine Study 7/29/2016
Women Who Start Menopause Later More Likely To Live To 90, University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Study 7/28/2016
Exercise For One Hour Daily To Help Beat Health Risks From Sitting, University of Cambridge Study 7/28/2016
A Potential Lifesaver Lies Unrecognized In The Human Body, University of Tubingen Study 7/28/2016
Parasite Found In Cat Poop May Actually Help Treat Ovarian Cancer, Dartmouth College Study 7/28/2016
Americans Aren't Ready For Biotech-Enhanced Superhumans Like The Avengers 7/28/2016
Vitamin D Levels Can Help Ward Off Dementia In Chinese Elderly, Duke-NUS Medical School Study 7/28/2016
Early Exclusive Breastfeeding Associated With Longer Telomeres In Latino Preschoolers, UCSF Study 7/28/2016
How Sexist Stereotypes At The Doctor's Office Can Harm A Woman's Health 7/28/2016
Early And Late Menopause Can Increase Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, Kaiser Permanente Study 7/27/2016
Menopause And Sleepless Nights Accelerate Aging In Women, UCLA Scientists Claim 7/27/2016
Healthy Clones: Dolly The Sheep's Heirs Reach Ripe Old Age, University of Nottingham Study 7/27/2016
Exercise Ability In Middle Age May Be One Key To Longer Life, University of Gothenburg Study 7/27/2016
How Binge Watching TV Programs Could Kill You, Osaka University Study 7/27/2016
These Kinds Of Jobs Can Help Protect Your Brain From Alzheimer's, University of Wisconsin-Madison Study 7/26/2016
Immortality: Can We Stop Aging And Live Forever? 7/26/2016
Dutch Men Confirmed As World's Tallest, Imperial College London Study 7/26/2016
A Colony Of Fat Mice Hidden In A Norfolk Lab Could Hold The Key For Liver Disease, Eastern Virginia Medical School Study 7/26/2016
Gene Linked To Obesity Found In Half Of Samoans, Brown University Study 7/26/2016
Malaria Drug May Help In Cancer Fight, Cancer Research UK Radiation Research Centre Study 7/25/2016
Science Shows Not All High-Ranking People Turn Out To Be Selfish Jerks, Michigan State University Study 7/25/2016
Why Obese Women Have An Uncontrollable Urge To Eat, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Study Reveals 7/25/2016
Sitting 10+ Hours A Day Linked To Increased Heart Disease Risk, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Study 7/25/2016
Changes In Personality, Behavior Could Be An Early Sign Of Dementia, University of Calgary Study 7/25/2016
Why Apnea Patients Are Prone To Suffer From Glaucoma, Hokkaido University Study 7/25/2016
Who's Buying Legal Marijuana These Days? Mostly Men And Millennials 7/25/2016
"Brain Training" Cut Dementia Risk In Healthy Adults, University of South Florida Study 7/25/2016
Smoking Makes Women Vulnerable To Brain Bleeds, University of Helsinki Study 7/22/2016
The Science Of Rekindling The Fire In Your Relationship, University of Rochester Study 7/22/2016
Living Past 90 Doesn't Doom You To Disease, Disability, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Study 7/22/2016
Noisy Homes Can Slow A Toddler's Vocabulary, University of Wisconsin Study 7/22/2016
Genetic Causes Of Higher Melanoma Risk In Men Discovered, Universitat Jaume I de Castellón Reveals 7/22/2016
New Review Concludes Evidence For Alcohol Causing Cancer Is Strong, University Of Otago Study 7/22/2016
Couples Who Drink Together, Stay Together, University of Michigan Study 7/21/2016
DNA Could Explain Why Italian Island Has So Many 100-Year-Olds, Tiziana Life Sciences Plc Reveals 7/21/2016
"Inherited" Conditions Are Often Due To Shared Lifestyles In Families, University of Edinburgh Scientists Find 7/21/2016
Higher-Income Students Have An Edge When It Comes To Working Memory, University of Toronto Study 7/21/2016
Alzheimer's May Hamper Ability To Perceive Pain, Vanderbilt University Study Shows 7/21/2016
Rockefeller University Study Suggests Humans Can Detect Even The Smallest Units Of Light 7/21/2016
Trick To Cutting Calories: Order Your Food One Hour Before It's Time To Eat, Carnegie Mellon University Study 7/21/2016
Infections, Antibiotic Use Linked To Manic Episodes In People With Serious Mental Illness, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Study 7/21/2016
Shasqi Local Drug Activation Technology Provides Improved Drug Efficacy With Minimal Side-Effects 7/21/2016
Love Hormone Produced During Sex Decreases Appetite And Stops Binge Eating, York University Study 7/20/2016
Is There A New Way To Get Zika? 7/20/2016
Menopause Reversal Restores Periods And Produces Fertile Eggs 7/20/2016
McMaster University Scientists Find Possible Vaccine For Sexual Transmitted Disease 7/20/2016
Working Full Time Is Officially Bad For You After A Certain Age, Melbourne Institute Of Applied Economic And Social Research Study 7/20/2016
Could Copper Be The New Fat Burner? Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Study 7/19/2016
What Your Menstrual Cycle Says About Your Fertility, St. Luke's Medical Center Study 7/19/2016
A Stressful Life Can Trigger Violent Crimes In Some People, Oxford University Study 7/19/2016
The DNA That Makes You Happy Can Also Make You Sad, University of Oxford Study 7/19/2016
Heavy People May Die Up to 3 Years Early, Oxford University Study 7/19/2016
How Medicine Is Failing Obese People 7/19/2016
A Healthy Diet Can Include A Lot Of Fat, University of Minnesota Study 7/19/2016
Vaccine Could Stop Alzheimer’s In Its Tracks, Flinders University Study 7/18/2016
Zika Epidemic Will End In Three Years, Imperial College London Study Suggests 7/18/2016
First Evidence That GM Mosquitoes Reduce Disease, Oxitec Reveals 7/18/2016
An Early Bedtime For Tots Linked To Better Weight As Teens, Ohio State University Study 7/18/2016
Imbalance Of Gut Bacteria Linked To Elevated Diabetes Risk, University of Copenhagen Study 7/18/2016
Immune System, Social Behavior And Autism Could Be Linked, University of Virginia Study 7/18/2016
This STD Could Get A Lot Harder To Treat, CDC Study 7/15/2016
Harvard Economist Suggests Humans Are Still Evolving 7/15/2016
Could We One Day Heal The Mind By Taking Control Of Our Dreams? 7/15/2016
Eating Too Much Red Meat Linked To Kidney Failure, National University of Singapore (NUS) Study 7/15/2016
Youngest Siblings More Likely To Go Into Business, University of Birmingham Study 7/15/2016
Eating More Cinnamon Could Improve Learning Ability, Rush University Medical Center Study 7/15/2016
International Team Led By Humabs Biomed Identifies Novel Therapeutic Antibody Candidates Isolated From Zika-Infected Patients 7/15/2016
Artificial Lighting May Be Doing Terrible Things To Our Bodies, Leiden University Medical Center Study 7/15/2016
Emotional Abuse In Childhood Linked To Migraines In Adulthood, Yale University Study 7/14/2016
Alzheimer's Gene May Show Effects In Childhood, University of Hawaii Study 7/14/2016
Working Out With Lighter Weights Just As Effective As Heavier Weights, McMaster University Study 7/14/2016
Cancer Drug Could Help Parkinson's, Dementia Patients, Georgetown University Study 7/14/2016
Why Can't We Remember Our Early Childhood? 7/14/2016
Millennials And Marrying Young: Like Mother, Like Child, Ohio State University Study 7/14/2016
Obesity Linked To Premature Death, Particularly In Men, University of Cambridge Study 7/14/2016
Hungry Parents May Feed Their Kids More, University of Florida Study 7/14/2016
Why Jet Lag Is Tougher When Traveling East, University of Maryland Study 7/13/2016
Why Artificial Sweeteners Can Increase Your Appetite, University of Sydney Study 7/13/2016
Pregnant Women Carrying A Boy May Be At Risk For Preterm Birth, University of Adelaide Study 7/13/2016
What You Order At A Restaurant Could Positively Influence Your Relationships, University of Chicago Study 7/13/2016
Cycling May Help Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk, University Of Southern Denmark Study 7/13/2016
Mechanism Of Autophagy Initiation Has Just Been Revealed, Tokyo Institute Of Technology Study 7/12/2016
Pomegranate Finally Reveals Its Powerful Anti-Aging Secret, EPFL Study 7/12/2016
What Changes When Someone Gets Fit? 7/12/2016
A Medical Mystery Of The Best Kind: Major Diseases Are In Decline 7/12/2016
Pregnancy Multivitamins Are A Waste Of Money, Royal College Of Midwives Review Says 7/12/2016
How Staying Warm May Ward Off The Common Cold, Yale University Study 7/12/2016
Hops Extract Could Help Reduce Breast Cancer Risk, University of Illinois Study 7/12/2016
The Science Behind Slurpees And "Brain Freeze," Johns Hopkins University Study 7/12/2016
Mystery Virus From Herpes Family Linked To Infertility, HHV-6 Foundation Study 7/11/2016
The More Fruit And Veggies You Eat The Happier You Are, University of Warwick Study 7/11/2016
Thumb-Sucking And Nail-Biting Kids May Develop Fewer Allergies, University of Otago Study 7/11/2016
The Science Of Why We Tap Our Feet To A Musical Beat, University of Oslo Study 7/11/2016
Could Statins Help Fight Cancer? Aston University School Of Medicine Study 7/11/2016
Drinking Caffeine May Play A Role In Hearing Loss, McGill University Study 7/8/2016
Brain Inflammation Linked To Depression In MS Patients, King's College London Study 7/8/2016
Why Do More Black Women Die of Breast Cancer? NIH Study 7/8/2016
Perception Of Body Size Can Change In Only Two Minutes, Macquarie University Study 7/8/2016
New Anti-Malarial Drugs On Their Way, University of Geneva Study 7/8/2016
How Diet Quality Of Parents And Kids Are Connected, University of Delaware Study 7/7/2016
Marijuana Dampens Your Brain's Response To Rewards, University of Michigan Study 7/7/2016
Amount Of Time People Gaze Into Each Other's Eyes Is Remarkably Short, University College London Study 7/7/2016
Why People With Anger Problems Tend To Misuderstand Others More, University of Chicago Study 7/7/2016
New Drug Could Improve Memory After Traumatic Brain Injury, University of Miami And Tetra Reveal 7/7/2016
Broccoli May Help Treating Age-Related Vision Loss, Buck Institute for Age Research Study 7/7/2016
Poor Sleep Health Could Contribute To Inflammatory Disease, UCLA Study 7/6/2016
Ever Noticed Time Seems To Move Faster When You're In Control Of Things? University College London Study 7/6/2016
Sex Could Play A Role In Type 2 Diabetes Treatment... But Not In The Way You Think, IRCM Study 7/6/2016
More Unsaturated Fats Linked To A Longer Life, Harvard School of Public Health Study 7/6/2016
University Of Electro-Communications Research: Mathematical Model Gives Insights Into Cotranscriptional Folding Of RNA 7/6/2016
Mosquitoes More Likely To Bite Preggies, Alcohol Drinkers, Durham University Study 7/5/2016
Enjoy That Pasta Salad: Noodles Linked To Lower BMI 7/5/2016
Persistent HPV Infection Raises Risk Of Anal And Genital Cancers, Copenhagen University Hospital Study 7/5/2016
Breathing In A Cure, Texas A&M University Study 7/5/2016
Meet Candida Auris, The Drug-Resistant Yeast Infection That Kills Up To 60% Of Those Infected 7/5/2016
Gelatin Instead Of The Gym To Grow Stronger Muscles, University of Southern California Researchers Reveal 7/5/2016
Cravings For High-Calorie Foods May Be Switched Off By New Food Supplement, Imperial College London Study 7/1/2016
Stretching May Ease Women's Depression And Menopause Symptoms, Meiji Yasuda Life Foundation Of Health And Welfare Study 7/1/2016
Thinking "I Can Do Better" Really Can Improve Performance, University Of Wolverhampton Study 7/1/2016
New Study Pinpoints Behavior Type Linked To Binge Drinking, Florida Atlantic University Reveals 7/1/2016
Microcephaly Screening Alone Won't Detect All Cases Of Zika Virus In Newborns, Universidade Federal de Pelotas Study 7/1/2016
Need Skills? Corporate Volunteering Programs Not Always Best Place To Acquire Them, University of Vermont Study 7/1/2016
Stanford University Researcher Finds Link Between Canned Food And Exposure To Hormone-Disrupting Chemical 6/30/2016
Blue-Collar Training In High School Leaves Women Behind, Cornell University Study 6/30/2016
Here's More Evidence That Brain Fatigue Makes Us Do Dumb Things, INSERM Study 6/30/2016
Skype Data Of 500 Million People Reveals The Real Patterns Of Social Adoption, Aalto University Study 6/30/2016
Little To No Association Between Butter Consumption And Chronic Disease Or Total Mortality, Tufts University Study 6/30/2016
University of Missouri Research Findings Show Gender, Not Race, A Factor In College Students Dropping Out Of Engineering Fields 6/30/2016
Queen's University's Researcher Finds Truth To Age-Old Maxim "Work Hard, Play Hard" 6/30/2016
Olympics Will Come And Go But Zika Is Here To Stay, Scientists Say 6/30/2016
Cannabinoids Remove Plaque-Forming Alzheimer's Proteins From Brain Cells, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Study 6/30/2016
8 Things Science Says We Can Do To Become A Little Happier 6/29/2016
Veils, Headscarves May Improve Observers' Ability To Judge Truthfulness, University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology Study Finds 6/29/2016
Blocking Key Enzyme Halts Parkinson's Disease Symptoms In Mice, Johns Hopkins University Study 6/29/2016
Compounds In Parsley And Dill Help Fight Cancer, Moscow Institute Of Physics And Technology Research Shows 6/29/2016
Zika Vaccine Protects Mice, But May Increase Risk Of Dengue, Harvard Medical School Study 6/29/2016
What Effect Does Oral Aloe Vera Have On Diabetes? University Of The Pacific Study 6/29/2016
Car Ownership Has The Biggest Influence Over How Much Exercise Londoners Do While Traveling, Published In Journal of Transport & Health 6/29/2016
Fish Oil During Pregnancy Does Not Protect Against Excessive Adipose Tissue Development, Technical University Of Munich Study 6/29/2016
Consumption Of Omega-3s Linked To Lower Risk Of Fatal Heart Disease, Tufts University Study 6/29/2016
Marijuana-Based Drug Helps Kids With Rare Forms Of Epilepsy In Studies, GW Pharma (GWPH) Reveals 6/28/2016
Lithuanian University Of Health Sciences Scientists Fear Seagulls Carrying MCR-1 Gene Will Worsen Threat Of Drug-Resistant Superbugs 6/28/2016
NASA Technology Reveals Bacteria's Role In Breast Cancer 6/28/2016
Sending Text Messages On Your Smartphone Changes The Rhythm Of Your Brain Waves, Mayo Clinic Study 6/28/2016
Travelers Could Gain Antibiotic Resistant Genes In Just Two Days, Maastricht University Study 6/28/2016
Plants Grown In Simulated Mars Conditions Found Safe To Eat, Wageningen University Study 6/28/2016
Overweight And Obesity Impact On Periodontitis: A Brazilian Birth Cohort, University of Adelaide Study 6/27/2016
In Mice, Daughters Of Overweight Dads Have Altered Breast Tissue, Higher Cancer Risk, Georgetown University Medical Center Study 6/27/2016
Landmark Study Gives Clearest Picture Of Genetic Causes Of Bowel Cancer, Institute Of Cancer Research Reveals 6/27/2016
Claflin Researchers Present Zika Study 6/27/2016
NYU Langone Medical Center Researchers Pinpoint Best Meds To Treat Migraine In The ED 6/27/2016
Depression, Adverse Childhood Events And Sleep Disturbances Linked To Changes In The Immune System, University Of Eastern Finland Study 6/27/2016
Female Pet Owners May Be Less Likely To Die Of Stroke, Georgia Southern University Study 6/27/2016
New Life Form Discovered In Saliva Is Linked To Human Disease, University of Washington Study 6/27/2016
Intrusive Parents May Lead Children To Be Overly Self-Critical: National University of Singapore (NUS) Study 6/27/2016
A Protein That Moves From Muscle To Brain May Tie Exercise To Memory, National Institute on Aging Study 6/24/2016
Where Zika Virus Goes, Abortion Rates Grow, Study Published In The New England Journal of Medicine 6/24/2016
Researchers Blame Childhood Obesity, Endocrine Disruptors On Early Puberty, University of Hong Kong Study 6/24/2016
Why Our Social Circles May Shrink With Old Age, Cognitive Ethology Laboratory Study 6/24/2016
How A Woman With Amnesia Can Remember How To Paint, Johns Hopkins University Study 6/23/2016
Your Genes May Stay Alive After You Die, University of Washington Study 6/23/2016
Smoking May Damage Your Sperm, BJU International Study 6/23/2016
Temporary Blindness Linked To Smartphone Use In Dark, Moorfields Eye Hospital Study 6/23/2016
Mycobacterium In Olive Oil For Cancer Treatment, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Study 6/23/2016
Eating More Broccoli May Lower Heart Disease, Cancer Risk, University of Illinois Study 6/23/2016
Is "When We Eat" As Important As "What We Eat"? King's College London Study 6/22/2016
Why Stress Is More Likely To Cause Depression In Men Than In Women, WHO Study 6/22/2016
Blood Flow Change In Brain May Be First Warning Sign For Alzheimer's, Montreal Neurological Institute Study 6/22/2016
Women’s Long Work Hours Linked To Higher Cancer, Heart Disease Risk, Ohio State University Study 6/22/2016
Eating More Fiber Linked To Less Severe Food Allergies, Monash University Study 6/22/2016
Third To Half Of UK Population Lives With Chronic Pain, Study Published In BMJ 6/22/2016
How Watching TV Changes Neural Pathways Versus Reading A Book 6/21/2016
Brain Tumor Risk Linked To The Wealthier, Better-Educated, Study Published In BMJ 6/21/2016
New Link Discovered Between Diabetes And Alzheimer's Disease, University Of Aberdeen Study 6/21/2016
Parkinson's Disease Has Shot Up In The U.S. Over 30 Years, Mayo Clinic Study 6/21/2016
Experiment Sheds Light On Why We Obey Habits, Study Published In Neuron 6/21/2016
Poor Sleep And Thinking Problems In MS Patients, University of Michigan Study 6/21/2016
How Your Boring And Dirty Workplace Could Affect Brain Function, Florida State University Study 6/20/2016
Fetal BPA Exposure Linked To Estrogen-Related Diseases After Adolescence, Yale University School Of Medicine Study 6/20/2016
Living Near An Airport May Give You High Blood Pressure, Jagiellonian University Medical College Study 6/20/2016
Fiber From Food May Protect The Gel In Your Gut, California Institute of Technology Study 6/20/2016
Low Testosterone May Make You A Better Father, University of Michigan Study 6/20/2016
Drexel University Suggests An Artful Way To Reduce Stress 6/20/2016
Aging May Blunt Some Of Exercise's Benefits, Northern Arizona University Study 6/20/2016
Pot Use During Pregnancy May Affect Brain Development In Offspring, Erasmus University Medical Center Study 6/20/2016
Adult Diseases May Be Linked To Childhood Weight, University of Copenhagen Study 6/17/2016
Need To Remember Something? Exercise Four Hours Later, Radboud University Medical Center Study 6/17/2016
High-Fat Diet During Pregnancy Can Affect Three Future Generations, Washington University in St. Louis Study 6/17/2016
Heart Failure Risk Linked To Your Weight As A Teenager, Sahlgrenska Academy Study 6/17/2016
Fall In Fish Catch Threatens Human Health, University of Washington Study 6/17/2016
Links Between Autism And Epilepsy Deepen, Karolinska Institute Study 6/16/2016
Household Air Pollution Linked To Higher Heart Attack Risk, Death, Northwestern University Study 6/16/2016
Can Sludge-Like Color Deter People From Smoking? 6/16/2016
Pesticide-Linked Parkinson's Disease May Be Preventable, UCLA Scientists Reveal 6/16/2016
Children Less Likely To Trust Ugly People, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University Study 6/16/2016
Startup Targets HIV Drug Resistance In Developing Countries, Aldatu Biosciences Reveals 6/16/2016
The Pain And Pleasure Of Sad Music Revealed, Durham University Study 6/15/2016



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