Teenage Pregnancy Concerns Remain Despite Falling Numbers

Teenage Pregnancy Concerns Remain Despite Falling Numbers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new report, revealing that teen pregnancy numbers are falling, but concerns remain despite the drop. Numbers from 2012 show that the rate of births to teenage girls aged between 15 and 17 declined by 63 percent, from 38.6 births per 1,000 girls in 1991 to […]

Yale University Student Threatened With Suspension for Being Skinny

Yale University Student Threatened With Suspension for Being Skinny

Was Yale University too eager to look after the health of their students? A 20-year old history major has recently brought to light that she was threatened with suspension for months for being too skinny. Frances Chan, a New Jersey native, stands 5-feet and 2-inches tall and weighs 92 pounds, but insisted that she was […]

Depression May Increase Risk of Heart Disease

Depression May Increase Risk of Heart Disease

The link between depression and heart disease has been suggested before, but researchers from the Levanger Hospital in Norway reveal just how much the risk of heart disease may be increased due to depression. The findings of the study were presented at the European Society of Cardiology in Stavanger, Norway. With 63,000 participants being monitored […]

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