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  • Believe it or not, there may be a right time to eat if people want to lose weight.
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food, diets, study, health
  • If youre trying to have a baby, a new study reveals the key is not to stress about it.
  • If you're trying to have a baby, a new study reveals the key is not to stress about it.
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pregnancy, study, health
  • A couple.
  • Researchers say the key to a long-term marriage is a happy, healthy husband.
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marriage, study, watercooler
  • Ellen DeGeneres and a cavalcade of stars take a selfie at the 86th Academy Awards.
  • Researchers across the country have studied thousands of selfies shared online.
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study, instagram, twitter, facebook, technology
  • A new study may have you worried about something that usually makes you feel bright and cheery -- the color yellow.
  • A new study is raising serious safety questions about a potentially dangerous chemical found in yellow dye.
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study, health
  • New research from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology found that men are more forgetful than women.
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study, health
  • Happy couple Barbara and Gene Ferguson then and now
  • A UC Berkeley psychologist spent 25 years studying one of life's greatest mysteries -- why some couple endure while others fail.
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study, marriage, uc berkeley, oakland, news
  • Happy couple Barbara and Gene Ferguson
  • A UC Berkeley psychologist spent 25 years studying one of life's greatest mysteries -- why some couple endure while others fail.
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study, marriage, uc berkeley, oakland, watercooler, wayne freedman
  • A new study suggests sugar might be more dangerous for your health than originally thought.
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food, medical research, study, health
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  • A new study suggests that gun-related injuries are a national public health problem for America's children.
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children, guns, medical research, study, health
  • **FILE** Ford Motor Company employee Ralph Gazzillo assembles the new 2008 Ford Taurus X, in this June 22, 2007 file photo after a launch celebration for the 2008 Ford Taurus, Taurus X
  • A new study finds that outsourcing United States manufacturing jobs to China creates more air pollution in America.
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pollution, jobs, study, green
  • Do you know what's on your doctor's lab coat or your nurse's sleeve? You might not want to know.
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medical research, study, health
  • A disturbing study suggests that kids are safer on the streets than in school.
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medical research, study, school violence, children, health
  • Dogs already assist the physically-disabled and those with PTSD. Now, man's best friend may help college students cramming for finals.
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animal, university of san francisco, medical research, study, san francisco news
  • Breast cancer report sparks new worries in Bay Area
  • A new study shows that women who test negative for a specific breast cancer gene may not be out the woods entirely.
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study, cancer, health
  • British scientists say social media is intruding into the bedroom to the point that couples there are having less sex than ever.
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study, social media, tablets, smartphones, health
  • A new study by a local Bay Area non-profit research center reveals that people may inherit lung cancer from their ancestors.
  • A new study by a local Bay Area non-profit research center reveals that people may inherit lung cancer from their ancestors.
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study, cancer, non-profit, san carlos, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • New study shows lung cancer may be inherited
  • A new study by a local Bay Area non-profit research center reveals that people may inherit lung cancer from their ancestors.
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study, cancer, non-profit, san carlos, news
  • A text message on an iPhone 5
  • You may want to look at the texts you're sending your significant other. A new study says not all texting is good for your relationship.
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study, cellphone, smartphones, technology
  • Dogs at the beach
  • The way Fido wags his tail might reveal more about him than you know. Just ask another dog.
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study, animal, news
  • Dogs at the beach
  • A new study suggests that dogs can interpret and respond to the tail wags of other dogs.
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study, animal, watercooler
  • Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing on so-called stand your ground laws.
  • The mother of Trayvon Martin appeared before a Senate panel Tuesday to demand changes to the stand your ground law.
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trayvon martin, george zimmerman, trials, study, racial profiling, democrats, republicans, senate, guns, news
  • In support of the American Lung Associations Faces of Influenza initiative, local face of influenza and mother of two young children, Tara Watson, holds her daughter Hannah as she prepares to receive her seasonal flu shot.
  • A new study is prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend that all children receive a flu shot.
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flu, children, study, medical research, health
  • Packages of aspirin fill the shelves of a drugstore, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009 in Chicago. A study suggests colon cancer patients who took aspirin reduced their risk of death from the disease by nearly 30 percent.
  • A new study by Britain's National Institute for Health reveals healthy people shouldn't take aspirin to ward off heart attacks and cancer.
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drugs, study, cancer, health
  • Pumpkins.
  • According to a report by Delta Dental, 80 percent of parents admit to eating the candy their children pick up while trick or treating.
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halloween, study, health
  • A woman drinking a glass of red wine.
  • A new study finds that people are overly generous in their wine-pouring.
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study, wine industry, watercooler
  • It seems the "fast" in "fast-food" is losing some steam, at least for customers who use the drive-thru.
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food, study, business
  • A new survey is putting a dollar figure on just how much Americans spend on lunch.
  • A new survey is putting a dollar figure on just how much Americans spend on lunch.
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food, study, watercooler
  • Breast cancer scan
  • There is some encouraging news about breast cancer rates in the state of California and hard-hit Marin County -- they're declining.
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marin county, cancer, study, medical research, women's health, north bay news, lyanne melendez
  • Study: Breast cancer rates declining in Marin Co.
  • There is some encouraging news about breast cancer rates in the state of California and hard-hit Marin County -- they're declining.
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marin county, cancer, study, medical research, women's health, health
  • Imagine getting paid to stay in bed. NASA is looking for people willing to be confined to a hospital bed for 15 weeks.
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NASA, study, technology
  • UCSF brain study
  • A new study by Bay Area researchers suggests that challenging games can have a potent effect on older adults' brain function.
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UCSF, medical research, seniors, study, alzheimers, health, carolyn johnson
  • UCSF brain study
  • A new study by Bay Area researchers suggests that challenging games can have a potent effect on older adults' brain function.
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UCSF, medical research, seniors, study, alzheimers, health
  • In this file photo from July 8, 2006, gulls are seen nesting near the North Landing area of the Farallon Islands
  • A public meeting is being held in SF to discuss a proposal to use a rodenticide to eliminate invasive mice from the Farallon Islands.
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study, farallon islands, animal, animals in peril, environmental protection agency, green
  • Packages of Edluar, a sleep medication that contains the drug zolpidem.
  • There is more information about how far Americans will go to get a good night's sleep.
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study, centers for disease control, health
  • A word of advice to workaholics -- long work weeks can be unhealthy, especially once they surpass 50 hours.
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study, health
  • Football fans
  • There's new research showing that when your favorite football team loses, it could mean a gain for you.
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food, diets, medical research, study, health
  • iPhone 4
  • A new study suggests more children and young adults are now nearsighted because of smartphones.
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study, children, smartphones, cellphone, tablets, iPad, iphone, blackberry, android, apple, google, samsung, health
  • The more you use Facebook, the sadder you are. That's according to a new study out Friday morning.
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study, facebook, social media, technology
  • A new medical report out Wednesday morning is welcome news to married couples who are waiting longer to have a baby.
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centers for disease control, study, pregnancy, health
  • Do your kids fight a lot with each other? That may actually help lower their divorce risks as adults.
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children, medical research, study, health
  • Though most video games are marketed toward teen boys and young men, a new study reveals 45 percent of gamers are women.
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study, video game, smartphones, social media, business
  • Dog yawning
  • New study from the University of Tokyo finds that dogs yawn when they see people yawning, especially when it's their owners doing it.
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study, animal, watercooler
  • The evidence in the George Zimmerman trial is now in the hands of federal authorities.
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  • A woman with a shirt with Trayvon Martins face on it that reads No Justice, No Peace stands at the Justice for Trayvon rally in Chicago.
  • A new poll is revealing a big racial gap in attitudes on the criminal justice system.
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trayvon martin, george zimmerman, trials, protest, study, racial profiling, ABC, national/world
  • The college test scores of hundreds of students from one of the Bay Areas most well regarded high schools are being thrown out due to security concerns.
  • The college test scores of hundreds of students from Mills High School in Millbrae are being thrown out due to security concerns.
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millbrae, study, 7 on your side, michael finney
  • The college test scores of hundreds of students from one of the Bay Areas most well regarded high schools are being thrown out due to security concerns.
  • The college test scores of hundreds of students from Mills High School in Millbrae are being thrown out due to security concerns.
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millbrae, study, consumer news
  • A new study reveals there may be a connection between bug bites and beer.
  • A new study reveals mosquitoes are significantly more attracted to people who have had as little as one beer.
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study, alcohol, watercooler
  • Wrinkled newborn baby
  • What if you were able to choose the sex of your baby? Well, according to research from Stanford, you already can.
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stanford university, study, pregnancy, children, animal, southern california, south bay news
  • Researchers found that kids who went to bed after 9 p.m. scored lower on tests.
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children, study, national/world