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Non-obese Filipino Americans have higher prevalence of diabetes than non-Hispanic whites, study finds

Non-obese Filipino Americans have higher prevalence of diabetes than non-Hispanic whites, study finds

New research finds optimum time to study for college students

New research finds optimum time to study for college students

Frequent hot flashes may be linked to increased heart disease risk

Frequent hot flashes may be linked to increased heart disease risk

Pharmaceuticalization of today’s sleep

Pharmaceuticalization of today’s sleep

Public distrust in government-led initiatives could hinder efforts to stop Zika, other infectious diseases

Public distrust in government-led initiatives could hinder efforts to stop Zika, other infectious diseases

Study finds direct link between increasing width of vestibular aqueduct and severity of child's hearing loss

Study finds direct link between increasing width of vestibular aqueduct and severity of child's hearing loss

Sexual activity appears to be on the decline among Americans

Sexual activity appears to be on the decline among Americans

Study links unemployment among young women to transactional sex and high HIV rates

Study links unemployment among young women to transactional sex and high HIV rates

New research links climate change with state of food insecurity in Trans-Himalayan regions

New research links climate change with state of food insecurity in Trans-Himalayan regions

Racial gaps in children with asthma may be result of social inequalities in neighborhoods

Racial gaps in children with asthma may be result of social inequalities in neighborhoods

Estrogen therapy can lead to healthier teeth and gums in postmenopausal women, study suggests

Estrogen therapy can lead to healthier teeth and gums in postmenopausal women, study suggests

New study shows how regular exercise can help reduce weight in postmenopausal women

New study shows how regular exercise can help reduce weight in postmenopausal women

Poor and less-educated older Americans more likely to suffer from chronic pain, research shows

Poor and less-educated older Americans more likely to suffer from chronic pain, research shows

Teacher’s interaction may be cause of lower academic performance among obese female students

Teacher’s interaction may be cause of lower academic performance among obese female students

Obese individuals get support and comfort from online weight loss forums

Obese individuals get support and comfort from online weight loss forums

Sleep problems can interfere with woman's level of sexual satisfaction, study shows

Sleep problems can interfere with woman's level of sexual satisfaction, study shows

New research finds increase in mortality rates caused by drugs, alcohol and suicide

New research finds increase in mortality rates caused by drugs, alcohol and suicide

Deaths from diabetes in the U.S. higher than estimated, study shows

Deaths from diabetes in the U.S. higher than estimated, study shows

Anxiety linked to severe quality-of-life impairment in postmenopausal women

Anxiety linked to severe quality-of-life impairment in postmenopausal women

Longer distance to clinics prompted by restrictive Texas law linked to drop in abortions

Longer distance to clinics prompted by restrictive Texas law linked to drop in abortions