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Optimism May Reduce Risk of Dying Prematurely Among Women
The study found that women who were optimistic had a significantly reduced risk of dying from several major causes of death including cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory...
Financial Strain May Increase Chances of Low-birth-Weight Babies
Pregnant moms who are socioeconomically disadvantaged have a higher likelihood of having smaller babies.
Dangers of Indoor Tanning Perceived Through Images of Skin Cancer
Although the health risks associated with indoor tanning are clear, tanning bed use among college-aged women is still popular.
4 Ways Researchers Are Pushing The Boundaries Of Making Babies
Infertility treatment is more common than ever, thanks to technology. More than 70,000 babies were born through in-vitro fertilization in 2014, according to the latest Centers...
Statin Therapy May Benefit Patients With Hepatitis B or C Related Cirrhosis
Hepatitis B or C related cirrhosis in patients could be treated by using statin drugs, reveals study.
Sleep-Deprived Teens More Likely to Commit Crimes than Adults
New research out of the University of York in the United Kingdom and the University of Pennsylvania reported that teens who report midday sleepiness tend to show more...
Factors Associated With Mortality in Low-Risk Pediatric Critical Care...
Objective: To determine differences between survivors and nonsurvivors and factors associated with mortality in pediatric intensive care patients with low risk of...
Brain Stimulation During Special Skills Training Helps Improve Performance
Improving working memory or cognitive strategies could be very valuable for training people faster and more efficiently.
Frozen Fruits And Vegetables Provide Most Nutrients: Study
The importance of frozen fruits and vegetables help Americans meet their daily recommendations set by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans .
Yoga the key for over-50s who want to boost brain power?
Experts based at the University of Canberra in Australia found taking part in a 45-minute session at least once a week helped to improve thinking, attention and memory skills.