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Pregnant Women with Chronic Snores Likely to Give Birth to Smaller Babies

Pregnant Women with Chronic Snores Likely to Give Birth to Smaller Babies

According to a new research, pregnant women who snore will likely give birth to smaller babies. But, experts are of some other view; they said snoring may be a sign of breathing problem to the baby. This may also indicate that the unborn baby may be deprived of oxygen.

Artsy kids may be future business leaders

Artsy kids may be future business leaders

A new study reveals that children who are keen students of arts and crafts are have a higher chance of becoming inventors of things and starting some business ventures.

Note for quadriplegic Matt Milstead for parking in disabled spot

Note for quadriplegic Matt Milstead for parking in disabled spot

As a wheelchair client for more than two decades, Matt Milstead supposed he was more than qualified for utilizing a crippled stopping sound.

So, the Michigan man was stunned when he discovered a note on his auto mishandling him for utilizing a debilitated stopping spot after a round of wheelchair rugby.

Breast cancer can be avoided

Breast cancer can be avoided

At a tender age of 16, Silvana Davis lost her mother to breast cancer and it shattered his world. 

Binge Drinking is common among Teens

Binge Drinking is common among Teens

A new study revealed that drinking alcoholic beverages is widespread among the high school seniors. Earlier studies conducted mainly on college students regarding binge drinking revealed that students consume five or more drinks at a time.

Cube Satellites to go Interplanetary

Cube Satellites to go Interplanetary

According to some researchers at the University of Michigan, cube satellites (cubesats) can decipher facts about deep space. If these cube satellites will have their path, there would be greater research about space.

'Dead zones' Forecast for Gulf

The predictions made by the scientists in Michigan and Louisiana are pointing out towards a big summer "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico. However, this may be prevented if a tropical storm hits the area shortly before or during the annual measurement.

Church Creates Awareness for Ovarian Cancer

Church Creates Awareness for Ovarian Cancer

The color of teal will be displayed across the community to create awareness for ovarian cancer and highlight importance of fighting with the disease.

Mid-Michigan Susan Komen Race a Success despite Rain

Mid-Michigan Susan Komen Race a Success despite Rain

The 11th annual mid-Michigan Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was held Sunday afternoon. Even amid the wet weather, partakers were seen determined to achieve the goal.

Eaton Rapids' Sally Backofen and 5,000 other people had partaken in the event. It saw the Capitol lawn flooded with headbands, shirts, ribbons and pink tutus more than the heavy rain could cover the same.

Cold Medicines not safe for Children

Cold Medicines not safe for Children

Two of five parents have been found to be giving cold medicines to their children under age 4, revealed a research carried out by University of Michigan C. S. Mott Children's Hospital.

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