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Canadian researchers found that parents with the strictest parenting style were more likely to raise obese children. (Getty Images)

Study: Stricter Parents More Likely To Raise Obese Children

Kids whose parents lay down a lot of rules without communicating with their children are at the greatest risk of obesity.

03/23/2014

Researchers found women are better able to maintain their emotional intelligence during moments of high stress.  (Colin Hawkins/Getty Images)

Study: Men’s IQs Drop Under Stress While Women’s Rise

A woman’s emotional intelligence is heightened during moments of stress while.

03/18/2014

File photo of preschool children in a classroom. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Study: Preschoolers Better At Figuring Out How Gadgets Work Than College Students

A recent study revealed that preschool-age children are better at figuring out how to use technological gadgets than college students.

03/12/2014

An overweight child reads her part in a skit. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Study: Obese Children Take Longer To Work Through Problems

The findings of a recent study suggest that obese children may experience more difficulty with solving problems and answering questions than their slimmer classmates.

03/10/2014

File photo of people exercising. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/GettyImages)

Study: Average Obese Woman Only Gets One Hour Of Vigorous Exercise Per Year

The findings of a recent study suggest that the average obese woman in America only exercises vigorously for approximately one hour per year.

02/21/2014

File photo of anti-depressants. (credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Study: Paxil Could Promote Breast Tumor Growth In Women

A new study has led researchers to believe that the commonly prescribed anti-depressant Paxil could promote tumor growth in female breast tissue.

02/19/2014

File photo of a person serving a glass of beer. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Study: Minimum Alcohol Pricing Would Save Almost 900 Lives Every Year

A recent study suggests that instituting minimum pricing for alcohol would save approximately 860 lives each year.

02/10/2014

Exposure to more natural, green space in cities and towns can deliver large, long-lasting benefits to the mental health of the people living in the area. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

Study: Living By Green Spaces Improves Long-Term Mental Health

Exposure to more natural, green space in cities and towns can deliver large, long-lasting benefits to the mental health of the people living in the area.

01/07/2014

A worldwide study on technology and health care needs found that a global majority of people (57 percent) believe traditional hospitals will be obsolete in the future. (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Global Majority Say Technology Will Make Hospitals Obsolete

A worldwide study on technology and health care needs found that a global majority of people (57 percent) believe traditional hospitals will be obsolete in the future.

12/16/2013

File photo of a person lighting a cigarette. (Photo by HOANG DINH NAM/AFP/GettyImages)

Study: Second-Hand Smoke And Lung Cancer Not Clearly Linked

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta attribute approximately 3,400 lung cancer deaths every year to secondhand smoke. A new study suggests that CDC researchers may be mistaken, however.

12/13/2013

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