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More people mix Viagra with ecstasy to experience euphoria, doctors warn against 'sextasy' trend

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

'Sextasy' trend could land you in the hospital

More and more people are joining the growing "sextasy" trend, mixing ecstasy with Viagra, as well as other types of drugs, to increase levels of euphoria, according to a new study.

Formula milk should be sex-specific, little boys need more fat

Parenting  19 February '14

Formula milk should be sex-specific, little boys need more fat

Formula milk should be sex-specific, with more fat given to baby boys, a recent study suggests.

First Born Children More Likely to Suffer from Heart Diseases and Diabetes

Health/Nutrition  10 February '14

First Born Children More Likely to Suffer from Heart Diseases and Diabetes

Firstborns may be at a higher risk for heart disease and diabetes compared to middle children and later-born ones, a recent study suggests.

Gays and Bisexuals More Likely to Inject Steroids

Health/Nutrition  3 February '14

Gay and Bisexual Teenage Boys More Likely to Inject Steroids

Gay and bisexual teenage boys more frequently inject steroids compared to straight men, a recent study finds.

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.

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.

Babies Who are Spoon-Fed Are More Likely to Become Obese

Parenting  8 January '14

Babies Who are Spoon-Fed Are More Likely to Become Obese

Babies who are regularly spoon-fed are more likely to become obese because they find it more difficult to tell when they are already full, a recent study confirms.

More and More Children Are Born without Any Official Birth Record

Parenting  12 December '13

More and More Children Are Born without Any Official Birth Record

One in every three children born don’t have official birth records, Bernama reports.

People Who Viewed the Boston Bombing Are More Likely to Develop Stress Symptoms

Health/Nutrition  12 December '13

People Who Viewed the Boston Bombing Are More Likely to Develop Stress Symptoms

Immersing oneself in prolonged media coverage viewing of bombings and shootings can trigger stress, a new study finds.

Middle-Aged Women More Likely to Develop Sleep Problems

Health/Nutrition  12 December '13

Middle-Aged Women More Likely to Develop Sleep Problems

Sleep problems are most likely to be experienced by women who are middle-aged, according to a new study.

People Who Snore Are More Likely to Suffer from Stroke

Health/Nutrition  7 December '13

People Who Snore Are More Likely to Suffer from Stroke

Heavy snorers are twice as likely to suffer from stroke unlike those who sleep soundly at night, a recent study finds.

Modern Moms: More TV, Less Housework

Health/Nutrition  4 December '13

Modern Moms: More TV, Less Housework

Modern moms are watching television more than ever and have become less involved in household work, a recent study finds.

‘Kangaroo Care' May be More Effective than Intensive Care for Premature Babies

Infant  15 November '13

‘Kangaroo Care' May be More Effective than Intensive Care for Premature Babies

Babies who were born prematurely may benefit more from ‘kangaroo care’ or skin to skin therapy than intensive care procedures, a leading expert says.

Children Who Suffered from Childhood Trauma More Likely to Become Obese

Health/Nutrition  15 November '13

Children Who Suffered from Childhood Trauma More Likely to Become Obese

Children who suffered from childhood trauma found it much easier to gain weight and eventually become obese by the age of 15, a new study finds.

Middle-Class Children More Likely to Eat Junk Foods in School than Lower-Class Children: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  13 November '13

Middle-Class Children More Likely to Eat Junk Foods in School than Lower-Class Children: STUDY

Middle-class children are more likely to eat junk foods in school than children who below to poor families, a new study confirms.

Boys Have Become More Susceptible to Eating Disorders: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  6 November '13

Boys Have Become More Susceptible to Eating Disorders: STUDY

A recent study confirmed that men, like women, are now more susceptible to eating disorders.

Interracial Relationships More Common Among Online Daters

Health/Nutrition  5 November '13

Interracial Relationships More Common Among Online Daters

Online daters tend to prefer people of the same race but a recent study suggests that those who actually respond to contacts from other races are more likely to end up in an actual relationship.

Eat More Chocolates, Lose More Weight: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  2 November '13

Eat More Chocolates, Lose More Weight: STUDY

Consuming chocolates regularly may actually be more beneficial among teens who wish to lose weight and become slimmer, according to a new study.

Hospital Beds

Parenting  6 September '13

Skipping Medications May Mean More Frequent Hospital Visits for Children

Skipping medications has been linked to more and frequent hospital visits among children, according to a review released Thursday.

Experimental HIV prevention drug may be effective

Health/Nutrition  4 September '13

Some Flu Vaccines Offer More Protection than Others

Some flu vaccination brands promise more protection than others, according to Redding.

Imperial County Residents Advised to be More Cautious against West Nile Virus

Health/Nutrition  31 August '13

Imperial County Residents Advised to be More Cautious against West Nile Virus

Residents of Imperial County have been advised to take extra precautions against West Nile Virus, according to IV Press Online.

Oral Infections Lead to More Hospitalizations

Health/Nutrition  31 August '13

Oral Infections Lead to More Hospitalizations

If serious tooth abscess is left untreated, it could lead to sudden death, according to a report released Friday.

More than 100 Applied for Medical Marijuana Permits in Massachusetts

Health/Nutrition  23 August '13

More than 100 Applied for Medical Marijuana Permits in Massachusetts

More than 100 groups have applied to operate medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts, according to the Boston News.

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