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The federal government needs to make breast cancer prevention a priority and place funding for prevention at the same level as other types of research, says a new sweeping report.

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Linda deGraffenried and her team of researchers are focused on helping the 15 percent of breast cancer patients and 10 percent of prostate cancer patients who are facing a dim prognosis.

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A research team in the Department of Nutritional Sciences has found that infant feeding patterns may increase the risk of a diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL.

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The Society for Personality and Social Psychology honors Tim Loving's efforts to communicate relationship science to the public.

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The team will then develop mathematical models to predict which chemical exposures have the potential to harm a pregnant woman or her developing infant.

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Human ecology professor finds that teenage drinkers are more likely to feel like social outcasts than the life of the party.

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Some infant cues, such as baby cries, actually increase testosterone.

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Maternal health epidemiologist Michele Forman explains how healthier habits during pregnancy can improve the lives of mother and child.

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A guide to when and how to eat organic, from the college's expert dietitians.

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Dr. Tim Loving responds to a question about whether it's a good idea for "Conflicted" to keep hanging out with her ex.

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Pesticides and pollutants are related to an alarming 450 percent increase in the risk of spina bifida and anencephaly in rural China.
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Human ecology professor Tim Loving blogs about maternal aggression.
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A number of heories attempt to explain why married women tend to do more housework than their husbands (note: none of them are called the “Men Are Lazy Theory”).

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Parents’ emotional well-being and life satisfaction remain linked to their children’s successes and problems — particularly their least-happy offspring.

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Parents and the public need to be educated on safe food packing practices in order to prevent bacteria from growing and potentially causing illness.