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Late night eating disorder may signal serious mental health problems

Health/Nutrition  25 February '14

Late night eating disorder may signal serious mental health problems

Excessive eating at night may signal the presence of serious mental health issues, a recent study suggests.

Kim Kardashian shops for clothes for baby North in NYC

News  22 February '14

Kim Kardashian shops for clothes for baby North in NYC

Kim Kardashian recently paid a visit to New York, where she was seen shopping for baby clothes for her daughter North, the Daily Mail reports.

Christina Aguilera pregnant with second child

News  22 February '14

Christina Aguilera pregnant with second child

Christina Aguilera is pregnant with fiance Matthew Rutler's child, rumor has it.

JPMorgan Chase

Health/Nutrition  22 February '14

Dad quits job at JPMorgan to start new biotech company, save son's life

The father of a 2-year-old boy suffering from Duchenne muscular dystrophy has quit his job in an effort to pioneer a new business model designed to expedite drug development, Yahoo! Finance reports.

Brain-dead teen shows signs of improvement

Health/Nutrition  22 February '14

Brain-dead teen shows signs of improvement, mom says

The mother of a 13-year-old girl who was declared brain-dead claims that she's seeing improvements in her daughter's condition.

Twenty-five percent of miscarriages can be prevented

Parenting  20 February '14

Quarter of all miscarriages could be prevented with lifestyle changes, study suggests

New research from a group of Danish researchers suggests 25 percent of miscarriages could be prevented simply through lifestyle changes.

Terminally ill teenager donates Make-A-Wish money to local high school

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

Terminally ill teen donates Make-A-Wish money to local high school

A terminally ill teen suffering from cancer selflessly donated the money Make-A-Wish foundation wanted to give her to support a local high school, Yahoo! News reports.

Soda

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

Easy ways to reduce sugar consumption, promote weight loss

People trying to find ways to restrict their sugar consumption can do so effectively with just a few changes, according to researchers writing in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.

Jessica Simpson opens up about her weight loss

Trending News  20 February '14

Jessica Simpson opens up about her weight loss

Jessica Simpson says she couldn't believe how much her weight fluctuated during her pregnancies.

Fitness

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

Cut down on saturated fats, sodium and trans fat for a healthier lifestyle

Saturated fats, sodium and trans fat are three ingredients most Americans would benefit from cutting, health experts agree.

Burger King creates an even bigger rival to McDonald's Big Mac

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

Burger King creates an even bigger rival to McDonald's Big Mac

Burger King continues to attack McDonald's, its biggest rival, by creating an even bigger alternative to the latter's infamous Big Mac, Businessweek reports.

Negative effects of bullying can continue later on in life

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

Seafood and other zinc-rich foods tied to increased arthritis risk

Seafood, red meat and other zinc-rich food may increase a person's risk of arthritis, new research suggests.

Bullying

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

Negative effects of bullying can continue later on in life

People who are bullied as children may experience its negative effects later on in life, a recent study found.

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.

Medicines made in India not approved by the FDA

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

Medicines made in India unsafe, FDA warns

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has deemed India-made medicines unsafe, Health News Lines confirms.

Heroin with fentanyl confirmed to have caused the death of 80 people in the United States

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

Heroin with fentanyl claiming lives across the United States

Officials have confirmed that heroin laced with a synthetic opiate called fentanyl was responsible for approximately 80 deaths in the United States during the last few weeks, according to American Live Wire.

Candy flavored e-cigarettes may encourage young adults to smoke

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

Candy flavored e-cigarettes may encourage young adults to smoke

Candy-flavored e-cigarettes may encourage more young adults to smoke, health experts fear.

Health/Nutrition  19 February '14

Fifteen-year-old suffering from dwarfism refuses to live an abnormal life

Britain's smallest 15-year-old refuses to let her dwarfism get her down, the Daily Mail reports.

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.

Pornography

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Porn addiction is a myth, study suggests

Porn addiction does not really exist, according to a team of psychologists, who stress that watching it can actually prevent sexual offences.

Texas scientists grow human lungs inside a fish tank

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Texas scientists grow human lungs inside a fish tank

A group of scientist from Texas grew human lungs inside a fish tank in an attempt to provide patients suffering from lung ailments a new option for treatment.

Some young adults confessed they are willing to have sex with someone who has STD

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Some young adults confess they are willing to have sex with someone who has an STD

A recent study found that 20 percent of young adults are willing to have sex with someone who has an STD.

Men trying to build muscles may be exposed to breast cancer drug Tamoxifen

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Bodybuilders taking Esto Suppress may be exposed to breast cancer drug Tamoxifen

Bodybuilders and those who are trying to gain muscle mass may accidentally be ingesting the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen, according to a recent study.

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