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New Study On IQ

12/16/2011
If you have taken an IQ test at some point in your life, whether at school or through an evaluation,...
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Death In Your Sleep

12/2/2011
Shelley Adler, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, trained in medical anthropology research, has written a book...
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New Weight Loss Study

11/11/2011
A recent obesity study out of Australia has concluded that when people lose weight, their metabolism automatically slows down and...
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New Cigarette Warning Labels

9/30/2011
Pending legislation would force tobacco companies to attach very graphic warning labels, including disturbing images, to cigarette packages.
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Fat Tax

9/16/2011
By applying a tax to items like sugary drinks, greasy French fries, and foods such as cookies and doughnuts that...
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Mammograms Revisited

9/2/2011
It is the expected norm within the medical community that women — especially those over 40 or with a family...
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Consistently Unhealthy

7/22/2011
Why is it that In the world of “scientific” medicine, deeply ingrained beliefs (e.g. flu shots, statin drugs, antidepressants, hormone...
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Toxins In Plastic Containers

7/8/2011
Most plastic wrap contains a substance called DEHA, which has properties similar to phthalates—those nasty components in BPA plastics. Like...
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Self-Control Study

6/24/2011
Do we have an unlimited potential supply of self-control, or is it truly possible to use it up and just...
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Is Your Brain Asleep?

6/10/2011
A recent study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has shown that groups of neurons in the brain may actually go...
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Friendships At Work

5/27/2011
Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel recently reported that after following 820 adults over a 20-year period, it became...
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New Aspirin Study

4/15/2011
The latest research indicates that the use of as little as one aspirin tablet a month may provide a significant...
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Technology vs Human Intimacy

3/4/2011
Observational studies from an article in New York Magazine entitled “He’s Just Not That Into Anyone,” author Davy Rothbart cites...
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Successful Placebos

2/26/2011
A recent study conducted by scientists at Harvard University proves that placebos can be effective treatment tools without having to...
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Frying Fish Study

2/4/2011
It’s common knowledge that eating fish is good for your heart.  Studies now show that the way you prepare the...
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Digital Gadgetry

1/21/2011
Forward-thinking scientists in England at St. George’s University of London are creating a method of STD testing.  This device, approximately...
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