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Bizarre Study Finds Drivers Try to Hit Animals [VIDEO]

It should be considered a brilliant leap in the telling of humanity whenever the real face of the human condition is exposed – especially when it exposes the wrath of cold-blooded rubber animal killers.

That’s what we said — rubber animal killers.

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Study Reveals Women Experience More Road Rage Than Men

A new study has found women are lazier than men.

Maybe they’re saving up their energy for when they get behind the wheel.

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Ian Waldie, Getty Images

CDC Study Finds That 1 in 13 Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol

It’s pretty common knowledge that pregnant women should not consume alcohol, due to the potential negative effects it could have on the fetus and its development.

However, that’s not stopping one in 13 pregnant women from drinking alcoholic beverages while with child.

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New Research Reveals ‘Central Link’ Between Computer Use and Mental Disorders

Facebook, Twitter and Skype users, be warned. New research has found a “central link” between mental health disorders and intensive computer use.

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What Can Ruin Your Health More Than Smoking?

If you’re sedentary, it’s time to get moving — a new study has revealed a lack of physical activity could be as harmful to your health as smoking.

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Andre Pan, Flickr

Can Being Too Fat Actually Be Healthier Than Being Too Thin?

Much ink has been spilled about studies detailing the health risks associated with being overweight.

And while there is no doubt that severe obesity can lead to a litany of medical problems, a new study suggests that moderately overweight people are still pretty healthy. So, what’s the skinny on this phenomenon?

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New Study Reveals Anger Issues Are Plaguing America’s Youth

The eyes of the America teenager appear to be seeing red all across the country, according to a new study.

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Could It Really Be Okay to Drink While You’re Pregnant?

For years, most pregnant women have regarded alcohol as fearfully as they might a knife-wielding maniac. But a new study suggests that light to moderate drinking early in pregnancy might not be as bad as we’ve all thought.

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Controversial New Study Suggests Children of Homosexual Couples Have More Problems Than Kids of Heterosexual Couples

It appears that children with same-sex parents occasionally turn out significantly worse than those children that come from stable married heterosexual parents.

That’s the word from a new, controversial study out of the University of Texas.

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Study Reveals Eating Breakfast May Lower Risk of Diabetes [VIDEO]

As the old saying goes, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but perhaps not for the reasons you think. New research actually shows that people who consistently eat breakfast have a significantly reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

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