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This game can help you resist fast food cravings, lose weight!

This game can help you resist fast food cravings, lose weight!

Drexel University researchers have developed a computer game and smartphone app that can help people control unhealthy eating habits and ultimately lose weight. 

Increase in pollution leads to rise in strokes

Increase in pollution leads to rise in strokes

The team evaluated air quality data collected between 2010 and 2013 from 1,118 counties in 49 states in America and from 120 cities in 32 provinces in China. 

Most vaccine-related posts on social media are anti-vaccine: Study

Most vaccine-related posts on social media are anti-vaccine: Study

These visual platforms are growing quickly. Pinterest now has around 74 million users.

Bisexual women at greater eating disorder risk

Young women who are attracted to both sexes or who are unsure about who they are attracted to are more likely to develop an eating disorder than those attracted to only one sex.

Do autistics struggle with driving?

In the first pilot study asking adults on the autism spectrum about their experiences with driving, researchers at Drexel University found significant differences in self-reported driving behaviors and perceptions of driving ability in comparison to non-autistic adults.

Study unmasks forces behind climate change denial effort

A new study has exposed the organizational underpinnings and funding behind the "powerful" climate change countermovement.

In a first, Nicol David retains US Open squash title

In her longest title triumph since the introduction of PAR (point-a-rally) scoring, favourite Nicol David overcame second seed Laura Massaro in the final of the Women`s Delaware Investments US Open Squash Championship at Drexel University here to become the first player in the event`s history to retain the title.

Now, app to curb your binge eating urges

A smartphone app has been developed which aims to strike at the same moment that binge eating urges occur.

Neighborhood with healthier food environments could help prevent obesity

A five-year study found that significantly fewer people became obese when living in neighborhoods with healthier food environments, compared to those who had fewer healthy food options within a mile of their homes.