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Study: Young People Are Skipping Lunch

Nestlé says the new data is part of its Kids Nutrition & Health Study, which aims to provide country-specific health information on the eating habits of children.

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Study: Power Naps Significantly Improve Memory Performance

According to a team of researchers from Saarland University in Germany, an hour long nap can greatly improve memory performance.

03/26/2015

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Study: Trust Grows With Age

Perhaps it’s time to rethink the stereotype of the cranky old man.

03/24/2015

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Health: Parents Who Smoke Could Increase Their Children’s Risk Of Heart Disease

Children exposed to smoking may have a higher risk of heart disease later in life.

03/24/2015

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Study: Distracted Driving Among Teens At All-time High

The study also revealed that while most teens understand the risks of texting while driving, they are less aware of other distractions, like eating and drinking in the car.

03/19/2015

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Study: Men Don’t Find Heroic Women Attractive

While women found men performing heroic acts in combat quite attractive, men found female heroes less attractive than their less heroic and more stereotypically “feminine” counterparts.

03/16/2015

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Study: Drinking Coffee Can Reduce Risk Of Heart Attack

The report found those who drank coffee had a lower risk of having calcium deposits in their coronoary arteries, which is one of the best predictors of heart disease.

03/03/2015

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Study: About 21 Percent Of High School Girls Have Been Assaulted By Someone They Dated

Ten percent of high school boys also report having been abused by a dating partner.

03/02/2015

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Study: Super-long Eyelashes Might Be Pretty, But They Could Be Harmful To Your Eyes

Fake eyelashes might grace the red carpet on a regular basis, but they’re not practical in real life. In fact, they can even be harmful.

02/26/2015

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No Surprises Here: Study Claims The Most Addictive Foods Are Just What You Thought

The researchers say this study is a step towards identifying specific foods that can trigger an addictive response.

02/25/2015

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Health: New Study Says Peanut Allergies Can Be Prevented

Peanut allergies are rising and now affect more than two percent of U.S. children. Now, a groundbreaking new study says they can be prevented.

02/23/2015

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Study: ‘Skunk Marijuana’ Associated With Higher Risk Of Developing Psychotic Disorder

The research, out of King’s College in London, reveals that nearly a quarter of new cases of psychotic disorders are linked with the use of “high potency ‘skunk-like’ cannabis.”

02/17/2015

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Health: New Study On Successful Online Dating Finds Certain Words Are More Likely To Lead To Love, Others Are A Turn-Off

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a new study on successful online dating. Certain words are more likely to lead to love, others are a turn-off – the Internet’s ABC’s of love.

02/13/2015

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Surprise! Cigarettes Are Even Worse For You Than You Thought

Everyone who’s ever seen one of the CDC’s horrifying anti-smoking commercials knows cigarettes are bad for you, but there are a few more diseases to add to the list of maladies smoking can cause.

02/13/2015

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Study Finds ‘Megadroughts’ To Afflict Parts Of U.S. After 2050

“Unprecedented drought conditions” — the worst in more than 1,000 years — are likely to come to the Southwest and Central Plains after 2050 and stick around because of global warming, according to a new study in the journal Science Advances on Thursday.

02/13/2015

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