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Study: Drinking Water Before Meals Helps People Lose Weight

A new study finds that drinking more water can help people lose weight.


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Study: Exercise Won’t Fix Obesity Epidemic

Exercise will not cure the obesity epidemic, three researchers say in a new study.


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CDC: Only 30 Percent Of Americans With HIV Have It Under Control

Only 30 percent of Americans with HIV have the virus under control, according to a new report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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Study: Sunny Days May Boost Suicide Rate

A recent study has found a link between sunlight exposure and suicide rates; adding further evidence to previous studies.


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Study: Depression Found In Preschoolers

A new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.


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Study: People More Stressed At Home Than At Work

Measurements of a prime biological marker of stress show that people are less stressed out at work than they are at home.


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Study: Pedophiles’ Brains ‘Abnormally Tuned’ To Find Young Children Attractive

According to a new study, pedophiles’ brains are “abnormally tuned” to find young children attractive.


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Study: Antipsychotic Medication Can Help Reduce Violent Crimes

According to a new study, antipsychotic medication can help reduce violent crimes.


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Study: Helmets Not Helpful For Babies With ‘Flat Head’ Syndrome

According to a new study, special helmets are ineffective in treating some babies who developed a flat area on their head from lying in the same position for long periods of time.


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Study: Newspaper Reports Of Suicides Linked With Some Teen Suicide Clusters

According to a new study, newspaper reports of suicide may have an impact on the initiation of some teenage suicide clusters.