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Women Do Not Clearly Understand Pregnancy and Sex

Parenting  28 January '14

Women Do Not Clearly Understand Pregnancy and Sex

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine found that women still do not clearly understand pregnancy and sex.

Eating Disorders Extremely Rampant at Colleges and Universities

Health/Nutrition  28 January '14

Eating Disorders Rampant at Colleges and Universities

More and more students studying at universities and colleges are suffering from eating disorders, a recent study finds.

Yoga May Be an Effective Cure for Breast Cancer

Health/Nutrition  28 January '14

Yoga May Be an Effective Cure for Breast Cancer

Engaging in yoga may very well be an effective cure for breast cancer, a recent study finds.

Going to Pubs Helps Men Boost Mental Health

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Going to Bar Helps Men Boost Mental Health

Men who frequently go to bars are doing themselves a favor as it can help boost their mental health, a recent study finds.

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

19 Pittsburgh Drug Users Died from 'Bad Batch' of Heroin in Just 24 Hours

At least 19 people have been reported dead in Pittsburgh due to the consumption of an alleged ‘bad batch’ of heroin, ABC News reports.

Elizabeth Vargas Opens Up About Her Alcohol Addiction

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Elizabeth Vargas Opens Up About Her Alcohol Addiction

ABC’s anchor, Elizabeth Vargas, opens up about her alcohol addiction, according to All Alabama.

Michelle Obama Teams Up with Subway in Curbing Obesity Among Children

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Michelle Obama Teams Up with Subway in Curbing Obesity Among Children

First Lady, Michelle Obama, recently teamed up with Subway for her latest marketing campaign aimed at promoting healthier eating habits to children, HNGN reports.

Mouthwashes Increase the Risks of Stroke and Heart Attack

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Mouthwashes Increase the Risks of Stroke and Heart Attack

Regular use of mouthwashes increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes, a recent study finds.

People Who Are Impulsive Have High Chances of Binge Eating

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

People Who Are Impulsive Have Higher Chances of Binge Eating

Impulsive individuals are at a much higher risk of binge eating, according to a recent study.

Pregnant Brain-Dead Woman Removed From Life Support

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Pregnant Brain-Dead Woman Removed From Life Support

A woman who is both pregnant and brain-dead has been removed from life support, according to FOX News.

Would-Be Mom's Diet Determines Baby's Obesity Risk

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Would-Be Mom's Diet Determines Baby's Obesity Risk

The diet of mother’s-to-be is crucial in determining their baby’s risk for obesity, a recent study finds.

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Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Three Things to Help You Live Longer

Life can be improved not only through exercise and living a healthier life but also by taking into account some common taken-for-granted strategies, Yahoo! Shine reports.

Heavier Women May Not Benefit from Using Morning After Pill

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

Heavier Women May Not Benefit from Using Morning After Pill

Heavier women, especially those who are classified as overweight and obese, may not necessarily benefit from using the morning after pill, a recent study claims.

People Who Are Impatient Have Quicker Eye Movements

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

People Who Are Impatient Have Quicker Eye Movements

Impatient people have been found to have quicker eye movements compared to those who are not, a recent study concludes.

Teenagers Have Become More Prone to Self-Harm, Utilizes Internet to Post Photos

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

Teenagers Have Become More Prone to Self-Harm, Utilize Internet to Post Photos

More and more teenagers are engaging in self-harm and are utilizing the internet to post actual images simply because they have no one else to turn to, according to the Daily Mail.

Spinal Cord Stimulation Eases Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

Spinal Cord Stimulation Eases Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease

A long-term treatment that involves electrically stimulating the spinal cord can ease symptoms of Parkinson s disease, a new study finds.

The Smell of Disease: People Have a Way of Detecting Their Illness by 'Smelling' It

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

The Smell of Disease: People Have a Way of Detecting Their Illness by 'Smelling' It

A team of researchers have found that individuals can smell disease through their nose which can detect if they are fighting against illnesses.

News  25 January '14

Vintage Candy Wrappers May Help People Suffering from Dementia By Triggering Happy Memories

Vintage candy wrappers may be able to help people suffering from dementia by triggering happy memories of things they can remember, according to Nestle.

Crossing Legs and Other ‘Bad’ Habits May Trigger Risks for Heart Conditions

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

Crossing Legs and Other ‘Bad’ Habits May Trigger Risks for Heart Conditions

Keeping legs crossed frequently and other ‘bad’ habits may trigger risks for various types of heart conditions, FOX News reports.

Cold Air Helps Aid in Weight Loss: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

Cold Air Helps Aid in Weight Loss: STUDY

Turning down the heat and enjoying the cold air is found to be an effective means of losing weight, a recent study claims.

Dukan Diet and Other High-Protein Diets Are Harmful to the Health

Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

Dukan Diet and Other High-Protein Diets Are Harmful to the Health

Diets that are high in protein, like the Dukan diet, may be harmful to the health because they can directly affect the kidneys, a recent study finds.

Men are More Absent Minded than Women So They Tend to Forget Details

Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

Men are More Absent Minded than Women So They Tend to Forget Details

Men have been found to be more absent-minded than women, a phenomenon which explains why they typically forget simple details like birthdays and names, according to a recent study.

Would-Be Mothers are Encouraged to Go Against Home Birth

Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

Would-Be Mothers are Encouraged to Go Against Home Birth

Pregnant women are being advised against home births, experts claim.

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