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Pentagon Warns Soldiers About Energy Drinks Health Risks

US Department of Defense is warning soldiers to avoid drinking too many energy drinks. While many soldiers are returning from the war on terrorism with...

Research May Explain Why Obese People Are Physically Inactive

Researchers have discovered a link between low dopamine levels and physical inactivity in obese mice. Are people obese because they are not physically active? Or are...

Researchers Create Heat-Activated Penis Implant

Researchers have developed a new way to combat impotence by using a heat-activated penis implant. Approximately 3 million people in the United States experience impotence....

Scientists Can Detect 17 Diseases Using Only a Patient’s Breath

Scientists have detected 17 diseases by examining someone's breath and using artificial intelligent sensors. Morad K. Nakhleh and his team of 56 researchers from five...

Gastric Bypass Surgery Linked to Longterm Digestive Issues

A popular weight loss surgery, gastric bypass, is now linked to long term digestive issues. Lead researcher Dr. Thomas Boerlage published the results of his...

Legalized Recreational Marijuana Changes Washington Teens’ Views Towards Pot

For the states that have legalized recreational marijuana, how has cannabis legalization impacted teens and kids? In many states where recreational weed is illegal, synthetic marijuana is...

Neuroscientists Discover Emotional Experiences Can Improve Memory

Emotional experiences can have an impact on future memories. For instance, someone's first kiss, marriage and pregnancy are very moving experiences and those powerful moments can produce...

Study Shows Early Promise for Ebola Vaccine

Researchers may have discovered a vaccine for Ebola. Published in The Lancet, rSV-ZEBOV is a vaccine studied in Guinea. The randomized sample found that nearly six thousand people who...

Quitting Facebook Makes People Happier, Study Finds

A study called, the "Facebook Experiment" published in the journal of "Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking" found that people ended up feeling happier after they...

Depression Linked to Using Multiple Social Media Platforms

Researchers have found a correlation between both anxiety and depression and the number of social networks a person has. A 2016 UCLA study found that a...

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