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Sleepless Nights After Divorce May Be Tied to Blood Pressure Rise | US News and World Report

Small study finds delayed reaction among those who had trouble resting for more than 10 weeks
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Va. betting parlors closed to Triple Crown wagers | US News and World Report

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 In the state where famed Triple Crown winner Secretariat was born, off-track betting parlors that would ordinarily be packed with gamblers watching California Chrome try to match Secretariat's feat Saturday will likely be closed or almost empty.

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Researchers: Pizza Herb Could Prevent 'Winter Vomiting Disease' | US News and World Report

Researchers: Pizza Herb Could Prevent 'Winter Vomiting Disease' | US News and World Report | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Carvacrol, which is found in oregano oil, could help stave off norovirus, the leading cause of vomiting and diarrhea.
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Teen Bullies, Victims Armed More Than Other Kids, Study Says | US News and World Report

Teenage bullies and their victims are more likely to carry weapons than kids not involved in these abusive relationships, according to a new research review. With school shootings a concern across the United States, the findings -- culled from 45 previously published studies -- put a spotlight on the potential link between bullying and subsequent violence, experts said.



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Bullying Rates Drop Among American Teens: Study | US News and World Report

American teens are much less likely to engage in bullying than they were a decade ago, new research suggests. Surveys completed by middle school and high school students between 1998 and 2010 suggest that instances of both verbal and physical bullying dropped by roughly half, with much of the decline seen specifically among boys.

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Texting Could Help Spread the Word on Teen Health | US News and World Report

TUESDAY, Jan. 15 (HealthDay News) -- Healthy lifestyle text messages could help improve teens' eating and exercise habits, a new study suggests.

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