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  • Moral Judgments

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    Know the Science behind Moral Judgments Made by Your Brain

    How Brain Makes Moral Judgments Studies are underway to understand the neuroscience of morality and the brain networks that get involved when making such decisions, and the cause for differences among individuals in judgments. Such topics are conducted using... Read More

  • Hospital Infections Dropped Over Last Decade

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    CDC States That Hospital Infections Have Dropped Over the Last Decade

    Cases of infections that Americans usually develop during their stay in hospitals are dropping each year, especially over the past decade. This is in reference to a report released on Wednesday by the federal health officials which indicates that... Read More

  • Bipolar Disorder

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    There is Hope for Bipolar Disorder in Stem Cells

    Stem cells grown by researchers from patients with bipolar disorder have finally shed more light on questions about the condition. The cells with genetic information from the patients’ cells assumed to behave differently compared to cells taken from individuals... Read More

  • Alcoholics Stay Sober

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    Mobile App Helped Recovering Alcoholics Stay Sober

    Recovering alcoholics using a Smartphone app that contains a panic button and alerts when they neared taverns helped some to stay away, in reference to researchers who developed the tool. This sober app joins other electronic devices, including a... Read More

  • Make You Fat

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    Taking iPad to Bed Could Make You Fat: Device Stimulation Causes Insomnia and Health Issues

    Researchers warn that if you don’t want to become fat, turn off the iPad in bed. There are claims that stimulation of electronic devices including portable computers and gaming devices account for some obesity cases. Some studies also indicate... Read More

  • Women after Mastectomy

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    Radiation Improves Odds for Some Women after Mastectomy

    A new analysis suggest that women who undergo mastectomy can reap other benefits from receiving radiation if there are still traces of cancer in the lymph nodes. Radiation cuts down the chances of cancer re-emergence among women who suffer... Read More

  • Young Men Reported Unwanted Sex

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    Nearly Half of Young Men Say They’ve Had ‘Unwanted’ Sex

    New research indicates that women can rape men: 18% of the participants reported to have been physically forced to have sex with women against their wishes. The study comes to openly challenge the widely held assumptions relating to coercion,... Read More

  • Inadequate Housing

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    Does Inadequate Housing Lower Your Health Rankings?

    A new report measuring the nation’s healthiest and least-healthy counties indicate that nearly one in every five U.S. families stay in housing with severe problems including overcrowding, insufficient cooking and bathing facilities or costs above 50% of family earnings.... Read More

  • The Cancer Center at Essentia Health

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    Essentia Health Gets America’s Best Hospitals Award 2014

    St. Joseph Medical Center scoops the best 2014 America’s award, courtesy to quality patient practices experience. The award comes from WomenCertified Inc., home of the Women Choice Awards as an honor to facilities that are highly rated by women... Read More

  • anxiety app

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    An App Killing Anxiety in Minutes!

    According to a research, one can reduce anxiety if stressed in 25 minutes simply by playing a science-based mobile gaming application. Tracy Denis of Hunter College of The City University of New York said that millions of people fail... Read More