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Everyone knows the old urban legend that men think about sex every minute of the day, but now that appears to have been debunked. Men are not so sex crazed after all, say researchers from Ohio State University.

29 Dec 2011, 03:30
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By 2017 there will be more female than male doctors in the UK. According to the press, the rise is labeled as "worrying" and "bad for medicine". However, Maham Khan asks the question in an editorial

28 Dec 2011, 08:06
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The ability to trust, love, and resolve conflict with loved ones starts in childhood - way earlier than you may think. That is one message of a new review of the literature in Current Directions in Psychological Science

26 Dec 2011, 08:11
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Each year, nearly 20 million men, women and children in the United States fail to see a family physician or similar health care professional, but they do pay at least one visit to the dentist

20 Dec 2011, 08:20
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A comparison of home-birth trends of the 1970s finds many similarities - and some differences - related to current trends in home births. For instance, in the 1970s, as, now women opting to engage in home births tended to have higher levels of education

7 Dec 2011, 08:21
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Who you know influences your behave, a growing body of research is showing. Networks of people who know each other can spread the good and the bad. But it's not just any social network that propagates behaviour and diseases.

5 Dec 2011, 08:16
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Ten percent of apple juices and grape juices have higher arsenic levels than are allowed in drinking water in the United States, according to a new study by Consumer Reports. The magazine analyzed 88 samples of fruit juice purchased at stores in New

1 Dec 2011, 08:49
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The "Just Say No" generation was often told by parents and teachers that intelligent people didn't use drugs. It turns out, the adults may have been wrong. A new British study finds children with high IQs are more likely to use drugs

16 Nov 2011, 02:53
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Banning only soda in school is not effective in reducing consumption of sugary drinks, a new study has found. In the absence of soda, students turn to other sugar-sweetened beverages such as energy, sports or juices that are available at school.

10 Nov 2011, 02:41
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White, Hispanic, Native American and mixed-race teenagers have higher rates of substance use and abuse than African American and Asian teens according to a new study in the Archives of General Psychiatry.

8 Nov 2011, 03:31
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