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A federal appeals court has upheld laws against same-sex marriage in four states: Tennessee, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky. The ruling creates a split among the nation’s circuit courts and virtually guarantees Supreme Court review. This Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014, file photo shows gay marriage supporters following an opponent of gay marriage driving his truck around Fountain Square where several hundred gay marriage supporters held a rally in Cincinnati.(Photo: Al Behrman, AP) The same-sex marriage movement lost its first major case in a federal appeals court Thursday after a lengthy string of...

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08 November 2014
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The researchers hope that treating PTSD could reduce the risks of premature birth An analysis of more than 16,000 births by female veterans found that women with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are significantly more likely to give birth prematurely. PTSD has long been suspected of increasing the risk of premature delivery, but the study, jointly conducted by Stanford University and the U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs, provides strong support for the need to treat mothers with PTSD. “Stress is setting off biologic pathways that are inducing preterm labor,” Ciaran Phibbs, the study’s...

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5 November 2014 Last updated at 22:29 ET By Michelle Roberts Health editor, BBC News online Happiness nose dives as you hit middle age – but only if you live in the affluent West, according to experts. Using world survey data, the Lancet study authors found life satisfaction followed a predictable trajectory depending on where people lived. In countries such as the UK and the US, life satisfaction followed a U-shape, dipping to a low in midlife. In Africa it was low throughout,...

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05 November 2014
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The percentage of children with autism worldwide has increased in recent years, but it’s not clear whether this rise is due mainly to changes in how doctors diagnose autism and report cases, or if there is some factor in children’s environment that is affecting autism rates. Now, a new study finds that most of the rise in autism cases in Denmark is due to changes in reporting practices. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Researchers analyzed information from nearly 678,000 children born in Denmark from 1980 through 1991, who were followed until they were 22 years old. During this period, 3,956...

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3 November 2014 Last updated at 20:39 ET By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website Working antisocial hours can prematurely age the brain and dull intellectual ability, scientists warn. Their study, in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine, suggested a decade of shifts aged the brain by more than six years. There was some recovery after people stopped working antisocial shifts, but it took five years to return to normal. Experts say the findings could be important...

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Parents Nov. 3, 2014 at 4:24 AM ET It’s well established that baby talk plays a huge role in helping the wee widdle babies learn to tawk. And — no surprise — moms talk more to babies than dads do. But it seems that the baby’s sex plays a role, too: Moms may be talking more to their infant daughters than their sons during the early weeks and months of a child’s life. In a new study published Monday in the online edition of Pediatrics, researchers looked at the language interactions between 33 late preterm...

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05 November 2014
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Image Credit: Pixabay. It’s amazing how tuned out we become to the motor of the air-conditioner and refrigerator — the sudden silence is a startling reprieve. Likewise, we become numb to the buzz of our technology saturated world. Smartphone users check their device every 6.5 minutes, which works out to around 150 times a day. Silence is replaced with a cacophony of communication, and solitude is replaced with social media. Indeed they’re an endangered species: silence and solitude; yet great revelations and benefits are found in them. Here are ten: 1. Bypassing Burnout Too...

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