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President Obama: Mayors, Other Leaders To Help Minority Boys

President Barack Obama is broadening a program that is designed to help make young minority men’s lives better.

09/27/2014

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Study: Chemicals In Soaps, Toys, Sunscreens May Inhibit Sperm

They’re chemicals found in everyday products — but new research says they may have a harmful effect on fertility.

05/16/2014

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Poll: 58 Percent of Americans Believe Women Should Have First Child By 25

A majority of Americans believe men and women should start having children in their mid-20s.

11/12/2013

Women are more disconnected and have less general knowledge about politics than men regardless of what country they live in across the globe. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Study: Women Know Less About Politics Than Men

Women are more disconnected and have less general knowledge about politics than men regardless of what country they live in across the globe.

07/04/2013

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Study: Men More Attractive To Low-Stress Women

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – According to a new study, men judge women with high levels of stress. In a previous study from a couple of years ago, women were found to go for low-stress guys. “Stress […]

05/26/2013

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Study: Delayed Marriage Leading To More Births Out Of Wedlock, Depression

A recent study has found that the rising average age of people getting married has resulted in a parallel spike in the amount of children born out of wedlock.

03/15/2013

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Study: Tragic News Affects Women More Than Men

A new study has found that a woman’s sensitivity to stress is heightened by reading bad news stories. The same study also reportedly found that men are not affected the same way by similar press coverage.

10/13/2012

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