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Schizophrenia study finds evidence of reduced links between brain cells

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Schizophrenia study finds evidence of reduced links between brain cells

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Hunger May Halt Brain Development And Boost Growth When Nutrients Reach The Cells; Finds A Study The team was able to find how brain cells respond to good nutrition or the lack of it, which aimed at improving prenatal care in humans and may also ...
15:20, 2019-10-29

Study links environmental pollution exposure to reduced fetal size Research based on ultrasound scans suggests that pregnant women who were exposed to higher levels of persistent organic pollutants, or POPs, had slig...
18:56, 2019-12-30

Breast cancer risk reduced by swapping red meat for poultry, study finds Heads up, ladies: Consider swapping chicken for red meat the next time you have the choice, as doing so may reduce the risk of breast cancer, a new s...
21:20, 2019-08-08

Study links higher body weight later in life to faster brain aging A new study has found a correlation between having a higher body mass index and waist circumference later in life, and a faster rate of brain aging....
03:04, 2019-07-26

Study of foot painters adds to evidence of brain's adaptability The brains of people who use their feet as they would hands — for high precision tasks — have adapted to 'view' toes almost as fingers, a study shows...
02:44, 2019-09-13

No 'gay gene', but study finds genetic links to sexual behavior A large scientific study into the biological basis of sexual behavior has confirmed there is no single "gay gene" but that a complex mix of genetics ...
22:08, 2019-08-29

Study finds evidence of 'clear relationship' between appendectomy and Parkinson's A study of 62 million people in the United States finds that those who have had their appendix removed are more likely to develop Parkinson's disease...
19:44, 2019-05-10

WHO study finds 'strong evidence' HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer HPV infections declined substantially since a vaccine was introduced, says a World Health Organization-funded study published in The Lancet....
01:32, 2019-06-27

Study finds hub linking movement and motivation in the brain Our everyday lives rely on planned movement through the environment to achieve goals. A new study by MIT neuroscientists at the Picower Institute for...
20:20, 2019-09-19

Pokémon characters have their own pea-sized region in brain, study finds The first Pokémon game was released in 1996 for the Nintendo Game Boy. Detective Pikachu, the first live-action film inspired by the classic Ninten...
17:36, 2019-05-06

Brain zaps boost memory in people over 60, study finds Zapping the brains of people over 60 with a mild electrical current improved a form of memory enough that they performed like people in their 20s, a ...
10:42, 2019-04-09

Stroke study finds mouth bacteria in brain clots Using DNA evidence, scientists have shown that brain clot samples from people who have had ischemic stroke often contain mouth bacteria....
20:04, 2019-05-28

Study finds ‘scarce evidence’ to support cannabis as a treatment for mental health disorders There's not much evidence to support using cannabis to treat mental health disorders like depression and anxiety, according to a new study....
00:20, 2019-10-29

Sex drive region of the brain smaller in women on the pill, study finds Parts of the brain which control sex drive are smaller in women who take the pill, a study has found....
23:52, 2019-12-05

Severe childhood deprivation reduces brain size, study finds Brain scans of Romanian orphans adopted in UK show early neglect left its markChildren who experience severe deprivation early in life have smaller b...
21:28, 2020-01-06

Dementia in football: Former players three times more likely to develop brain condition, study finds Former male professional footballers are more than three times more likely to develop dementia, a landmark study revealed on Monday....
14:44, 2019-10-21

Zombifying fungus bypasses the brain to make ants its puppets, study finds Enlarge / A dead ant that has been taken over by a species of Cordyceps in the Rio Claro Reserve in Colombia. (credit: National Geographic/Justin Ma...
00:28, 2019-07-18

BREAKING: Cannabis gives teenagers ‘brain damage’ and loss of self-control, study finds A CLEAR link between smoking cannabis as a teenager and brain damage leading to loss of control has been established, say scientists....
15:28, 2019-06-23

Ayahuasca alters brain waves to produce waking dream-like state, study finds Enlarge / A sketch drawn by study participant of visuals during their experience. (credit: Imperial College London/Chris Timmermann) People under the...
00:40, 2019-11-20

Elon Musk said his AI brain chips company could 'solve' autism and schizophrenia YouTube/Lex Fridman Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk went on the Artificial Intelligence podcast with Lex Fridman and discussed his neural AI technolog...
13:48, 2019-11-14

Broccoli may help fight off schizophrenia: study Broccoli, for years hailed as a cancer-fighter and a great source of vitamin C, calcium and B vitamins, is now being seen as a safer way to manage sc...
21:32, 2019-05-09

Broccoli May Help Fight Schizophrenia: Study According to a new study, the wonder vegetable broccoli may even help in the fight against schizophrenia....
15:08, 2019-05-13

The Heartland review – fascinating study of schizophrenia Award-winning writer and former mental-health nurse Nathan Filer redefines our understanding of the illnessIn 1980s Ireland, Brigid becomes obsessed ...
08:40, 2019-06-02

Schizophrenia: Largest genetic study offers new insights The largest study of its kind analyzed genetic information from 3,444 families and found one single gene whose mutations may help explain the conditi...
22:48, 2020-01-16

Broccoli can possibly help fight schizophrenia, study suggests Broccoli, for years hailed as a cancer-fighter and a great source of vitamin C, calcium and B vitamins, is now being seen as a safer way to manage sc...
11:24, 2019-05-12

How brain cells pick which connections to keep Brain cells, or neurons, constantly tinker with their circuit connections, a crucial feature that allows the brain to store and process information. ...
17:32, 2019-08-06

Alcohol intake and reduced brain volume: What explains the link? Data from three different studies suggest that lower brain volume and a propensity for alcohol use may have the same underlying cause: genetic factor...
22:32, 2019-10-30

Brain immune cells may protect against OCD, anxiety In a new study in mice, scientists have linked a subset of brain immune cells with a defined genetic lineage to obsessive compulsion and anxiety....
01:32, 2019-10-25

Sleep allows immune cells to do maintenance work on the brain Research in mice suggests that the brain's dedicated immune cells are better able to do repair work during sleep, and explains the underlying mechani...
01:32, 2019-10-25

Alzheimer's: Death of key brain cells causes daytime sleepiness According to a new study, the buildup of toxic tau protein in key areas of the brain leads to major brain cell loss and daytime sleepiness in Alzheim...
03:56, 2019-08-19

Newly discovered brain cells help us recall where we last saw objects We’ve discovered brain cells help us judge the distance to an object, and they remain active even if we can no longer see the object suggesting a rol...
14:12, 2019-10-29

New approach may save brain cells in neurodegenerative diseases Neuron damage and death in Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases may be preventable by targeting a shared cause of inflammation....
03:00, 2019-09-27

More evidence links dog ownership to better heart health (Reuters Health) - No one can say if it's the walks or the unconditional love, but there's something about owning a dog that goes hand in hand with b...
19:24, 2019-09-13

Predators may make prey get smart and grow more brain cells Predators are a problem for Trinidad’s killifish: in streams where the problem is worst the killifish grow more brain cells, perhaps to help evade th...
01:56, 2019-12-11

Transport breakdown in brain cells may lead to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's New research in mice and flies suggests that failure to transport molecules that break down proteins in neurons may lead to neurodegenerative disease...
22:40, 2019-12-11

Rejuvenating brain stem cells may hold key to future MS treatments Scientists have found a way to rejuvenate brain stem cells in rats. The finding offers clues on how to restore lost brain function in diseases such a...
02:52, 2019-08-16

New method classifies brain cells based on electrical signals For decades, neuroscientists have relied on a technique for reading out electrical “spikes” of brain activity in live, behaving subjects that tells t...
21:04, 2019-08-22

Parkinson's: New treatment approach shows promise in brain cells A new study suggests an innovative strategy for tackling an enzyme that is typically affected in Parkinson's disease. The findings show promise in ne...
04:16, 2019-10-19

The Evidence That Links Russia’s Most Brazen Hacking Efforts From the 2017 French election to the Olympics to NotPetya, the same group's fingerprints have appeared again and again....
14:08, 2019-11-15

Even in big cities, mobile stroke units save time and brain cells (Reuters Health) - Special ambulances that carry equipment to treat stroke on the spot make a difference even when there are lots of hospitals nearby...
20:28, 2019-12-04

Alzheimer's disease: Brain immune cells may offer new treatment target A new study attributes the link between tau protein clumping and brain damage in Alzheimer's disease to brain immune cells called microglia....
23:24, 2019-10-11

Silencing brain cells in mice can make them no longer care about pain When certain brain cells are silenced in mice, they still sense pain but no longer seem bothered by it. The finding could lead to new pain treatments...
10:43, 2019-04-09

Some women lack odour-detecting brain cells but can still sense smells A handful of women who seem to lack the olfactory bulbs we use to detect odours still have a good sense of smell, and we don’t know why...
17:56, 2019-11-06

New evidence links Colombia army chief to civilian slayings BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — New evidence has emerged linking the embattled head of Colombia’s army to the alleged cover-up of civilian killings mor...
17:48, 2019-05-25

More evidence links ultra-processed foods to health harms (Reuters Health) - People who eat lots of ultra-processed foods are more likely to develop heart disease and to die sooner than those who stick with ...
18:24, 2019-06-05

Do Not Waste Your Brain Cells Watching Chuck Todd Interview Donald Trump For 35 long, dreadful, maddening minutes I watched two of the most annoying men in political news sit down for a televised interview that may have ac...
22:48, 2019-06-23

Evidence links Russia to killing of Chechen in Berlin, investigation claims Police have compared shooting of Zelimkhan Khangoshvili to attack on Sergei SkripalThere is growing evidence that the murder of a former Chechen insu...
17:52, 2019-09-27

Scott Morrison says no evidence links Australia's carbon emissions to bushfires PM suggests Australia could increase emissions without worsening current fire season, and says government finalising plans to crack down on environme...
01:08, 2019-11-21

DNA evidence links uncle to missing 5-year-old Utah girl: cops Investigators digging into the disappearance of a 5-year-old Utah girl say DNA evidence links her uncle to the case — and that it appears that ...
17:00, 2019-05-29

Study: Protocol reduced opioid prescriptions by 92 percent in cancer patients Only 8 percent of urological cancer patients who undergo robotic surgery go home with opioid prescriptions after use of a new recovery protocol, as c...
21:52, 2019-05-22

Study reveals how glial cells may play key epilepsy role A new study provides potential new targets for treating epilepsy and new fundamental insights into the relationship between neurons and their glial “...
18:24, 2019-05-02

New evidence challenges 'extreme male brain' theory of autism A new study has challenged suggestions that the male sex hormone testosterone reduces cognitive empathy, or the ability to read others' emotional sta...
02:52, 2019-09-06

'Save your money': no evidence brain health supplements work, say experts Worldwide panel says it cannot recommend healthy people take ‘memory supplements’Dietary supplements such as vitamins do nothing to boost brain healt...
09:32, 2019-06-29

New study links air pollution with atherosclerosis Scientists have found an intriguing association between exposure to ambient ozone and the thickening of the carotid arteries' walls....
14:00, 2019-06-02

There’s evidence that high levels of screen time in preschoolers may hinder brain development Getty A small study published in JAMA Pediatrics this week found that children who exceeded screen time recommendations had lower levels of white mat...
21:04, 2019-11-06

NASA finds evidence of 'interplanetary shock' for first time NASA has captured a phenomenon in space that has eluded humanity for centuries — an "interplanetary shock."...
16:08, 2019-08-13

NASA finds evidence of ancient lake on Mars NASA's Curiosity rover has made several discoveries since landing on Mars in August 2012. Now, it's discovered remnants what may be an ancient lake o...
20:04, 2019-05-31

NASA finds evidence of ‘interplanetary shock’ for first time NASA has captured a phenomenon in space that has eluded humanity for centuries — an “interplanetary shock.” Four spacecraft from the spac...
21:20, 2019-08-13

Report finds no evidence child bitten at daycare TUCSON – The Arizona Department of Health Services says there isn’t enough evidence to prove a woman’s claim that her child was bit...
07:56, 2019-07-23

New genetic links to same-sex behavior found in huge study The largest study of its kind found new evidence that genes contribute to same-sex sexual behavior, but it echoes research that says there are no spe...
20:40, 2019-08-30

Study links congenital heart disease to oil, gas development Mothers who live near heavy oil and gas developments are between 40 percent and 70 percent more likely to give birth to babies with congenital heart ...
20:48, 2019-07-18

Controversial study links pollution with bipolar, depression New research has found a link between living in a polluted area and the incidence of some mental health conditions — but not everyone is convinced....
02:44, 2019-08-25

Investigation finds ‘no evidence’ of alleged racism against Chelsea’s Rüdiger • Germany defender said he was targeted by monkey chants• Metropolitan Police close case on December incident at SpursTottenham Hotspur have confirme...
19:16, 2020-01-06

GOP Oversight report finds ‘no evidence’ Interior’s Bernhardt hid meetings Charges that Interior Secretary David Bernhardt violated ethics rules by holding secret meetings with former oil industry pals were “disproved” by Ho...
19:36, 2019-08-23

Study links parental use of marijuana to abuse of drugs by children Roughly one in 10 parents in the U.S. uses marijuana. A new study suggests partaking in the drug increases the risk that their kids may later abuse s...
17:08, 2019-11-22

Study links certain metabolites to stem cell function in the intestine MIT biologists have discovered an unexpected effect of a ketogenic, or fat-rich, diet: They showed that high levels of ketone bodies, molecules produ...
17:12, 2019-08-22

Study links low-dose aspirin to bleeding inside the skull People without a history of heart disease and stroke who took low-dose aspirin were more likely to experience bleeding inside the skull, according to...
20:56, 2019-05-13

Study links diabetes to increased risk for heart failure In findings published Thursday in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings, researchers identified diabetes as an independent risk factor for the developm...
22:04, 2020-01-02

Study links some antibiotics to a raised risk of Parkinson's disease New research suggests that certain antibiotics in common use may increase the risk of Parkinson's disease, likely because of their effect on gut micr...
22:44, 2019-11-26

How to lock cells in Microsoft Excel, so people you send spreadsheets to can't change certain cells or data Porrakij/Shutterstock You can lock cells in Excel, as well as lock entire sheets. While Microsoft Excel sheets can be a great way to collaborate and ...
19:56, 2019-11-08

How to merge cells in Google Sheets on desktop or mobile, to combine multiple cells into one larger cell Shutterstock You can merge cells in Google Sheets to combine two or more cells into a single larger cell using the Merge tool. It's possible to merge...
22:40, 2019-12-04

Study links home cooked meals with fewer harmful chemicals New research suggests that people who eat more homemade meals tend to have lower levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in their blood....
00:20, 2019-10-11

Study links 'ultra-processed' foods to type 2 diabetes risk A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests that risk for type 2 diabetes increases 5 percent increase for every 100 grams -- or less th...
18:16, 2019-12-16

Two-year study links Russian tweets to release of hacked emails Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election has generally been seen as two separate, unrelated tracks: hacking Democratic emails and sending provoc...
17:44, 2019-10-11

Study links fertility treatment with slight increase in childhood cancer A study found that children born following frozen embryo transfer were nearly three times more likely to be diagnosed with some form of cancer than t...
17:24, 2019-12-10

Study links insomnia genes to heart disease, stroke risk New research using a genetic analysis called Mendelian randomization links insomnia genes to a greater risk of heart disease and stroke....
03:12, 2019-08-23

New study links sugar-free sodas to higher risk of death Here’s some less-than refreshing news about soda: even sugar-free versions were associated with a higher risk of death in a study of 452,000 people i...
21:48, 2019-09-04

The brain finds a way to adapt, even when we remove half Some people undergo surgery to remove half of the brain to stop seizures. Evidence suggests that this does not significantly alter brain function....
22:44, 2019-11-21

The FDA is approving more drugs with less evidence they work: study A new study claims there has been “an erosion of evidence standards at the FDA” over the past four decades, as FDA programs aimed at speeding up drug...
17:32, 2020-01-16

Jamal Khashoggi: UN finds 'credible evidence' linking Saudi crown prince to murder Earlier this year, the UN said that Khashoggi was "the victim of a brutal and premeditated" murder, "planned and perpetrated" by Saudi officials. The...
13:08, 2019-06-19

4 Your Health: Study links woman’s waist size to risk of coronary artery disease (NBC)- New unique strategies are needed to reverse the rising death toll from synthetic opioids like fentanyl, according to researchers from the Rand...
04:16, 2019-08-30

John Senden finds strength from son who’s battling brain tumor CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Golf is a constant mind game. It doesn’t matter how good your skills are — if your mind’s not right, you have no chance. That...
06:16, 2019-05-03

Global Affairs finds no ‘credible evidence’ linking Saudi arms sales to human rights abuses “There is no substantial risk that current Canadian exports of military equipment or other controlled items to KSA would result in any of the negativ...
21:48, 2019-11-22

Global Affairs finds no ‘credible’ evidence linking Saudi arms sales to human rights abuses “There is no substantial risk that current Canadian exports of military equipment or other controlled items to KSA would result in any of the negativ...
17:08, 2019-11-22

Earliest evidence of life on Earth found in Australia in ‘smoking gun’ study Fossils of the earliest known life on Earth have been discovered, according to a new study. The mind-blowing 3.5 billion-year-old fossils were found ...
21:04, 2019-09-26

What You Eat May Impact Your Memory And Brain: Study According to a recent study published in the journal, 'Neurobiology of Aging', high levels of a satiety hormone that reduces appetite could decrease ...
11:16, 2019-09-05

The More Active Your Brain, the Shorter Your Lifespan May Be, a New Study Says There are many factors that influence how long somebody lives. Some, like their genes, are out of their control. Others, like their lifestyle and env...
20:56, 2019-10-16

Your terrible diet could be ruining your brain: study The average person is eating a lot more calories than they did 50 years ago and it is having devastating results on their brains and waistlines, a ne...
16:44, 2019-06-13

Is Soybean Oil Not Good For Brain? Find What The Study Says Soybean oil not only leads to obesity and diabetes but may also affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer's disease et al....
14:36, 2020-01-17

A Cup Of Tea May Help Improve Brain Health, Study Suggests A new study has suggested that consuming tea on a regular basis may not only act as an energy booster and make you feel relaxed but also improve cogn...
08:40, 2019-10-19

A study of more than 250,000 women is the best evidence yet that baby powder doesn't increase ovarian cancer risk SewCream/Shutterstock A study of more than 250,000 US women released Tuesday suggests there's no meaningful link between genital baby powder use and ...
17:32, 2020-01-07

More evidence that no best diet exists: A study of 1,100 people shows how everyone responds differently to common foods YIUCHEUNG/Shutterstock A new study followed 1,100 people for two weeks in the US and the UK, and found that no two people's bodies responded exactly...
22:20, 2019-06-11

Some brain functions may be restored after death, pig study suggests Scientists have restored some brain function in a pig's brain 4 hours after the mammal has died. The findings open new avenues for researching the br...
10:48, 2019-04-18

Two brain chemicals should be targeted in Parkinson's treatment, study says While Parkinson's disease patients often receive treatment for lower dopamine levels, researchers say treatment should also target the chemical acety...
21:44, 2019-07-17

Plant-Based Diet May Not Be That Great For Your Brain, Says This Study Choline plays a crucial role in facilitating brain health, particularly during fetal development....
14:12, 2019-09-02

Brain study probes molecular origins of anxiety By studying young monkeys, scientists have identified the first of what they believe to be many brain molecules with a causal role in anxiety....
03:16, 2019-08-20

Brain study may explain why depression is more common in women According to new research, the brain’s response to inflammation may explain why depression is more common in women than it is in men....
14:04, 2019-05-21

Study reveals how general anesthetics affect the brain For the first time, scientists have shown that general anesthetics activate the same small group of cells in the brain as that which induces sleep....
19:52, 2019-04-24

Were U.S. Diplomats Attacked in Cuba? Brain Study Deepens Mystery “Something happened to the brain” of diplomats who reported odd ailments, brain-imaging study suggests. But the cause is still unclear....
18:20, 2019-07-23

Air pollution from traffic linked to brain cancer for first time: study We bike down the West Side Highway, run along Fifth Avenue and do yoga on rooftops, all to improve our well-being — but what if we’re doing so ...
00:44, 2019-11-14

How does music therapy work? Brain study sheds light A study that may mark ‘a milestone' in music therapy research finds that therapists’ brains synchronize with their clients' during sessions....
03:56, 2019-08-04

High Calorie Diet Can Slow Down Brain Functioning, Says Study A large chunk of the global adult population (around 30 per cent) is either overweight or obese...
11:44, 2019-06-13

Were U.S. Diplomats Attacked in Cuba? Brain Study Deepens Mystery. Medical study of diplomats who reported odd ailments suggest “something happened to the brain.” But the cause is still unclear....
17:08, 2019-07-23

Anorexia is partly a metabolic disorder and might not be all in brain, says global study Anorexia is partly a metabolic disorder and not solely a psychiatric condition, a global study suggested today....
18:28, 2019-07-15

Diet Rich In Fatty Food May Affect Your Brain As Well: Study A new study has said that following a diet rich in high-fat and high-carb junk foods can not affect your physical appearance but may even lead to cha...
13:28, 2019-09-11

High-Fat And Sugar Diet May Re-Model Brain To Drive Overeating: Study A new study has said that consuming sugary and fatty foods in excess may re-model the brain, leading to a pattern of overeating....
12:12, 2019-06-28

Adding This Spice To Your Milkshake May Trick Your Brain Into Thinking It's Sweet: Study The study that was published in the journal Food Quality and Preference, suggests that in order to limit the consumption of sugar, add vanilla to mil...
15:44, 2019-06-21

Tart Cherry Juice May Improve Brain Functioning In Adults: Study The study published in the journal of 'Food & Function' has found that daily intake of montmorency tart cherry juice improves memory scores among adu...
10:08, 2019-07-30

Heart-Healthy Diet May Improve Brain And Memory Functioning; Study The risk factors for heart disease also are risk factors for dementia and late-life cognitive decline and dementia. Regular exercising and following ...
11:04, 2019-11-27

Half of homeless people have experienced traumatic brain injury: study A new study has found "strikingly" high rates of traumatic brain injury among the homeless population....
00:36, 2019-12-03

Study offers fresh hope to premature babies with brain injuries Researchers say they have identified ‘immune switch’ that can trigger long-term damageA potential route to reducing brain injury in premature babies ...
19:00, 2019-10-30

Tocagen's brain cancer treatment fails late-stage study Tocagen Inc said on Thursday its experimental treatment did not prove effective in helping patients with a type of brain cancer to live longer, in a ...
12:40, 2019-09-12

Drinking Pomegranate Juice During Pregnancy May Help In Babies' Brain Development; Says Study Pomegranate juice contains disease-fighting antioxidants - polyphenols that are neuroprotective in nature...
16:40, 2019-08-23

UA, AZDHS study doubles survival rate for traumatic brain injuries MESA, Ariz. – It’s a situation no one wants to imagine themselves or a loved one in, but traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are a major cause of de...
03:16, 2019-05-09

Obese children have less volume in brain region that controls impulses: study Brain scans revealed that obese children have slightly less volume in the brain region behind the forehead that controls what are known as “executive...
18:44, 2019-12-10

Alcohol Addiction, Abstinence Related To Restructuring Of Brain? Find What The Study Says The research also stated that the findings further undermine the idea of addiction to alcohol as a psychological condition or consequence of lifestyl...
14:16, 2020-01-15

Too much sleep is as bad for your memory as not getting enough, study finds New research from UCL set out to explore the relationship between sleep and cognitive function and dementia...
13:24, 2019-05-30

Women no better at multitasking than men, study finds New research uses two different testing paradigms to compare the multitasking abilities of men and women. The findings counter a long held belief....
02:52, 2019-08-16

US preschoolers getting less obese, study finds Preschoolers on government food aid have grown a little less pudgy, a U.S. study found, offering fresh evidence that previous signs of declining obes...
19:48, 2019-06-18

Having a dog can help you have a healthy heart, study finds A new study links owning a dog to better heart health, finding that participants with pets had healthier diets, blood sugar levels and were more phys...
19:32, 2019-08-24

Robot ‘snakes’ could slither inside your brain to treat blood clots: study Robots may soon be taking over our brains — but not for the reason you think. Mechanical engineers have developed a snake-like robot to navigate narr...
22:40, 2019-08-30

Quality Of Diet, Water Intake Impact Kids' Brain Development: Study A new study has shown exactly how a child's diet and water intake may impact her/his brain development and growth....
15:44, 2019-06-10

'Credible evidence' Saudi Crown Prince linked to murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, UN report finds A UN expert investigating the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has found 'credible evidence' linking Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salma...
13:04, 2019-06-19

Penis extensions don't work, study finds Procedures carry high risk of complications ‘and should almost never be carried out’Procedures to make penises larger do not work, are “ineffective a...
08:56, 2019-05-10

Study finds that a GPS outage would cost $1 billion per day Enlarge / The first of the Air Force's new GPS 3 satellites launches on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in December, 2018. (credit: SpaceX) Since becoming...
18:52, 2019-06-14

Study finds that youths who do not date are less depressed It’s good news for dateless teens everywhere. A new study by the University of Georgia found that teenagers who don’t date are less depressed and far...
21:00, 2019-09-09

Red wine is good for gut health, study finds Good news, red wine lovers: An occasional glass of the beloved beverage could be good for your gut health, a study published this week found. ...
20:36, 2019-08-28

At Least 70 Countries Have Had Disinformation Campaigns, Study Finds Governments are using “cyber troops” to discredit political opponents, bury opposing views and interfere in foreign affairs, according to Oxford rese...
11:00, 2019-09-26

What Small Theater Does for New York? A Lot, Study Finds Playhouses and troupes beyond Broadway generate $584 million in economic benefit. But dependence on volunteer labor is high....
16:20, 2019-11-20

IVF study finds success rate a third lower in men over 51 than under 35 Expert who led study of 5,000 IVF cycles at London clinic busts myth that male fertility lasts for everIVF success rates decline significantly in old...
18:52, 2019-06-26

Couples are having less sex than in the previous two decades, study finds Nearly a third of men and women surveyed had no sex in the last month and fewer than half have sex at least once a week, research from the London Sch...
00:28, 2019-05-09

Trying to be happy could make you miserable, study finds Westerners who put high value on happiness tend to show greater signs of depressionHaving your heart set on happiness could leave you down in the dum...
09:40, 2020-01-04

Study finds Americans can't lose weight, even though they try More and more Americans are trying to lose weight, but few are finding success, according to a new study showing that increases in weight and weight ...
18:28, 2019-11-13

Red wine is good for your gut health, study finds Good news, red wine lovers: An occasional glass of the beloved beverage could be good for your gut health, a study published this week found. The stu...
23:00, 2019-08-28

Study finds that Americans will use duct tape to try to fix just about anything Patching up a broken toilet seat, holding together a boat engine and keeping a laptop in one piece number among the most unique ways Americans admit ...
17:36, 2019-10-01

One in four children with autism goes undiagnosed, study finds As many as one in four children with autism go undiagnosed -- and, the majority of those in whom the disorder is missed are black or Hispanic....
17:48, 2020-01-10

4 Your Health: New study finds HPV vaccine is safe (NBC News)- A new government study confirms the HPV vaccine is safe. Researchers reviewed three years of data and found no new or unexpected problems...
01:56, 2019-11-19

Study finds decline in flu-vaccinated kids NEW YORK CITY (NBC) – Fewer children are getting their flu shots, according to a new study from Columbia University. Researchers examined CDC data fr...
01:00, 2019-11-12

Latinos Are Underrepresented in Hollywood, Study Finds A new study found Latino actors represented only three percent of lead or co-lead roles in top-performing movies during the last 12 years. Producers,...
23:24, 2019-08-26

Some ancient crocodiles were vegetarians, study finds Modern crocodiles have a reputation as ravenous beasts that crave flesh. While it’s certainly true that crocodiles today are more than happy to feast...
20:44, 2019-06-28

Study finds that many people diagnosed with MS do not have the condition A new study suggests that almost 20 percent of people who receive a diagnosis for multiple sclerosis do not have the chronic disease....
13:44, 2019-04-22

Eye-popping rise in BB-gun injuries, study finds Enlarge / Ralphie, after he's hit himself with a BB and stepped on his glasses. (credit: MGM/UA Entertainment Co.) A Christmas Story isn't just a bel...
21:48, 2019-11-25

Divorce likely to put weight on children, study finds Study compared the weights of children whose parents had broken up with those whose parents had not....
15:04, 2019-06-17

Study finds the national median age has increased NBC — According to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau, half of the United States population is now over the age of 38 years old. That’s...
03:44, 2019-06-21

Having less sex could trigger early menopause, study finds Women who have an active sex life are less likely to enter early menopause, according to a new study....
17:00, 2020-01-17

‘Schmoozing’ fuels pay gap between men and women, study finds The old boys’ club is still holding women back, according to a new study. But the culprit behind 38 percent of today’s gender pay gap isn’t straight-...
02:00, 2019-12-11

Cats actually do bond with humans, study finds Although cats have a reputation for being aloof, a new study says they respond to and bond with humans in a manner similar to dogs....
01:40, 2019-09-24

Half of all cats are too ‘chonky,’ study finds America has an epidemic-level number of fat cats. And it’s not just the especially “chonky” 26-pound big boy BeeJay, who made headl...
19:48, 2019-09-23

Binge drinking could be down to personality, study finds There is a personality type that makes you more likely to binge drink, a new study has found....
17:56, 2019-12-02

Our 'inner salamander' could help treat arthritis, study finds Research links human ability to regrow cartilage to molecules that help amphibians sprout new limbsContrary to popular opinion, humans can regrow car...
20:16, 2019-10-09

There may be more water on the moon than we thought, study finds The study, conducted by researchers from the University of California, determined that many of the shadowed craters on the moon are likely to hold mi...
17:16, 2019-07-24

Want to be more creative? Playing Minecraft can help, new study finds Iowa State University psychologist Douglas Gentile's latest study suggests that playing some video games, like Minecraft, can have a positive impact ...
21:52, 2019-07-12

Seaweeds May Help Manage Hypertension, Finds Study A recent scientific breakthrough has come with a probable solution for combating hypertension...
11:44, 2019-05-29

Study finds the differences between coffee and tea drinkers If you’re a creative, introverted morning person, then odds are you prefer coffee over tea....
18:32, 2019-10-08

German 'welcome culture' still a new concept, study finds Right-wing extremist protests are on the rise and migrants continue to be targeted for violence. Has Germany's "welcome culture" come to an end? A ne...
13:56, 2019-08-29

Small used cars are the most dangerous, study finds A new study suggests bigger is better when it comes to car safety. Online automotive marketplace and research outfit iseecars.com took fatal accident...
16:36, 2019-05-16

Study finds that an avocado a day could lower ‘bad’ cholesterol We’ve all heard the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” According to a new study, however, the same may be true for avocados — at lea...
16:12, 2019-10-30

Most women do not regret having an abortion, study finds 95% of women believe they made right decision to have abortionFive-year study surveyed 667 women across 21 statesAn overwhelming majority of women wh...
12:44, 2020-01-13

Cats bond with their people too, study finds Scientists say felines display similar ‘attachment styles’ with caregivers as dogs and children – but not everyone is convincedCats may sometimes see...
18:28, 2019-09-23

Tocagen's brain cancer treatment fails late-stage study, shares slump Tocagen Inc said on Thursday its experimental treatment did not prove effective in extending life of brain cancer patients in a late-stage study, sen...
13:44, 2019-09-12

Tocagen's brain cancer treatment fails late-stage study, shares crash Tocagen Inc's shares fell nearly 80% after its experimental treatment failed to extend life of brain cancer patients in a study, the latest in a seri...
18:20, 2019-09-12

Sahara was home to some of largest sea creatures, study finds Scientists reconstruct extinct species using fossils found in northern Mali from ancient seawaySome of the biggest catfish and sea snakes to ever exi...
14:00, 2019-07-12

Baby gut study finds bacteria different after C-section births A huge study of babies' stool samples has found key differences between infants born vaginally and via Caesarean section, offering clues about the de...
19:32, 2019-09-18

1 to 2 naps a week may help keep your heart healthy, study finds There’s new evidence that daytime naps may be linked to a lower risk of heart attack or stroke, but only if they’re limited to a few time...
16:32, 2019-09-10

Study finds college students may benefit from more sleep Even with late-night study sessions, late night parties and early-morning classes, a study published this week in the journal Sleep Health suggests t...
23:44, 2019-11-20

Bonobo sex study finds apes set up with lovers by own MUMS RANDY bonobos are finding lovers with help from their own mums, a fresh study has revealed....
17:08, 2019-05-20

Study finds 'strong link' between vaping and depression According to a recent study, people who use e-cigarettes are more likely to report depression. The association was strongest in younger people....
22:52, 2019-12-14

Widely-used pesticide in US particularly harmful to bees, study finds Agriculture has become 48 times more toxic to insects in last 25 years as neonics are used on over 140 different types of cropsAgriculture in the Uni...
20:28, 2019-08-06

Caesarean babies have different gut bacteria, microbiome study finds C-section babies pick up more hospital bacteria than those born vaginally, research showsBabies born by caesarean section have different gut bacteria...
20:04, 2019-09-18

Sesame Allergy More Common Than Once Thought, Study Finds More than one million children and adults are allergic to sesame in the United States, scientists report. But sesame is not among the allergens that ...
20:12, 2019-08-02

Nearly 4,000 Americans per year injured while using cellphones, study finds An analysis published Thursday in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery estimates that as many as 4,000 Americans suffer injuries relat...
17:08, 2019-12-05

Lovelorn fish have gloomier outlook, study finds Female cichlids who lose their mates are measurably more pessimistic, researchers sayInferring the mood of a fish has never been a precise science, b...
01:24, 2019-06-12

Yellowstone bison mow and fertilize their own food, study finds MISSOULA, Mont. — A study of grazing in Yellowstone National Park found that bison essentially mow and fertilize their own food. This allows them to ...
20:36, 2019-11-21

Teens more likely to try illegal drugs in summer, study finds First-time drug users may be unfamiliar with the drugs' effects, which may put these individuals at higher risk of harm, the authors said....
22:52, 2019-07-24

New study finds that breathing in polluted cities is just as bad as smoking By now we all know how devastating a heavy smoking habit can be for our overall health, but the air wafting around your neighborhood might not be all...
16:16, 2019-08-15

Black Women Are More Likely to Be Sexually Harassed on the Job, a Study Finds Reports of sexual harassment in the workplace are down among women overall, but the decline is far less steep among black women, signaling they are a...
03:32, 2019-06-25

Study finds fast walkers are ‘more likely’ to live longer Faster walkers are more likely to live longer, researchers say. And the theory holds true regardless of body weight or obesity status. Brisk walkers ...
21:40, 2019-05-17

Athletes have poor teeth despite brushing twice a day, study finds Researchers found athletes regularly drink energy drinks, and use gels, all of which can damage teethBritish Olympic and professional athletes could ...
17:56, 2019-08-24

Mouse study finds enzyme that prolongs life New research in mice finds that an enzyme found in the blood of young rodents can extend life and promote healthy aging in older mice....
13:56, 2019-06-16

More anger, worry and sadness around the world than ever before, study finds People around the world are experiencing record high levels of anger, worry and sadness, a study has found....
13:12, 2019-05-01

Even one drink a day increases stroke risk, study finds This goes against previous claims that moderate drinking might protect the heart, researchers say....
21:00, 2019-04-11

Fat can build up in the lungs of overweight people, study finds The peer-review study published in the European Respiratory Journal found that excess fatty tissue can accumulate in airway walls and increase the ri...
19:24, 2019-10-18

4 Your Health: New study finds cats love their owners (NBC News)- Poor and minority patients are more likely to have cancer detected in the emergency room, according to a new study from San Diego State U...
23:12, 2019-09-23

Napping is good for heart health, study finds Rejoice, nap lovers! A recent study found a daytime snooze once or twice a week could benefit your heart. ...
19:12, 2019-09-10

AI can spot breast cancer better than humans, study finds Artificial intelligence programs are better at spotting cancer than humans, a new study suggests. What does that mean for cancer detection?...
20:08, 2020-01-01

Study of TV Directors Finds Record Level of Diversity According to a Directors Guild of America report, 50 percent of episodes were directed by women or people of color, a huge increase from five years a...
20:40, 2019-11-19

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...
15:56, 2019-10-11

Sugar can give us a high on par with drugs, study finds If it does cause "artificial" stimuli, this could prove a further unhealthy effect of sugar, as the natural functioning of the brain's reward system ...
12:16, 2020-01-16

Electric scooters aren't as eco-friendly as they seem, study finds Materials used in manufacturing and companies’ efforts to collect and charge scooters create significant greenhouse gas emissionsAt first glance, the...
07:20, 2019-08-03

Three most expensive cities for US teachers are in California, study finds In San Francisco, San Jose, and Santa Cruz, more than 60% of a median teacher’s income goes to rentCalifornia is home to four of the five least affor...
22:40, 2019-06-19

Practice does not always make perfect, finds study of violinists Research undermines 10,000-hour rule as average players practice more than best onesWith blatant disregard for the public benefits of motivational id...
01:32, 2019-08-21

Less than half of Britons have sex at least once a week, national study finds Less than half of Britons have sex at least once a week and rates are declining, new data has found....
00:52, 2019-05-08

Study Finds an Easy Way to Save Kids' Lives Between 2011 and 2015, 21,241 young people in America died with bullets in their bodies, according to a new study published today. Some of those deat...
23:04, 2019-07-15

People who live with roommates are messier, study finds People who live with roommates tend to be messier than those living alone or with a partner, according to new research. A new study examining the cle...
22:32, 2019-05-17

There's no such thing as a 'gay gene' finds largest study of sexuality There’s no such thing as a 'gay gene' and a genetic test for homosexuality would be impossible, the largest ever genetic study of sexuality suggests...
12:32, 2019-08-30

New science blooms after star researchers die, study finds The famed quantum physicist Max Planck had an idiosyncratic view about what spurred scientific progress: death. That is, Planck thought, new concepts...
06:24, 2019-08-29

Widely used pesticide in US particularly harmful to bees, study finds Agriculture has become 48 times more toxic to insects in last 25 years as neonics are used on over 140 different types of cropsAgriculture in the Uni...
21:40, 2019-08-06

Moon shrinking because of seismic activity, study finds Seismic activity on the moon is causing it to shrink and wrinkle “like a raisin,” according to an earth-shattering new study. For the first time, sci...
22:16, 2019-05-13

Apple Watch may be useful in diagnosis of AFib, study finds Apple Heart study findings published this week reveal that Apple Watch pulse monitoring can accurately identify atrial fibrillation, with the study f...
20:52, 2019-11-15

Stressed-out pregnant women may be less likely to have a baby of a certain sex, study finds Women who experience high levels of stress during their pregnancy may be at an increased risk of having a premature or low-birthrate baby. But accord...
17:56, 2019-10-15

Antibiotics and bowel cancer: Study finds link A study looking at antibiotics and bowel cancer concludes that the drugs might increase the risk of colon cancer, but lower the risk of rectal cancer...
02:56, 2019-08-22

Study finds films lag significantly in Latino representation A new study finds that Latino representation in film lags significantly behind the U.S. population and that the number of Latino characters in movies...
15:32, 2019-08-26

More Mexican immigrants in the U.S. are highly skilled, study finds The number of college-educated Mexican immigrants in the United States has risen more than 150 percent since 2000, according to a study released Thur...
22:52, 2019-05-09

Your Nose And Tongue Can Both "Smell" Your Food, Finds Study According to a latest study, published in The Journal of Chemical Senses, the sensors in our nose - called functional olfactory receptors, which help...
13:24, 2019-04-24

9/11 firefighters at risk for serious cardiovascular issues, new study finds NBC NEWS – New York City firefighters who rushed to the remnants of the World Trade Center after the 9/11 terror attacks are dying from health ...
20:48, 2019-09-06

Even a little alcohol can raise your risk of getting cancer, study finds Over the years, there has been no shortage of studies focused on alcohol consumption. Some studies suggest there are benefits to moderate consumption...
03:20, 2019-12-11

Air pollution linked to miscarriages in China, study finds The study reveals that air pollution may have a specific link to “silent” miscarriages in particular -- those that occur early on in a pregnancy....
16:24, 2019-10-15

Study finds older Millennials have the most credit cards NBC — Older Millennials have more credit cards than any other age group, according to a new creditcards.com report. Those ages 30 to 38 have an...
03:20, 2019-06-06

At Least 70 Countries Have Engaged in Disinformation Campaigns, Study Finds Governments are using “cyber troops” to discredit political opponents, bury opposing views and interfere in foreign affairs, according to Oxford rese...
06:28, 2019-09-26

People eat at least 50,000 plastic particles a year, study finds Health effects of ingestion of microplastics via food, water and breathing still unknownThe average person eats at least 50,000 particles of micropla...
14:16, 2019-06-05

Millions using 123456 as password, security study finds A list of all-too-predictable choices for breached accounts includes 123456 and "Liverpool"....
02:00, 2019-04-21

Who's the daddy? Paternity mixed up in cities, study finds Illegitimacy more likely over past 500 years among urban poor, say geneticistsThe Romans had a phrase that summed it up nicely: mater semper certa es...
18:56, 2019-11-14

Dinosaurs had feathers ruffled by parasites, study finds Ancient pieces of amber found to contain dinosaur feathers riddled with louse-like insectsDinosaurs may have been fearsome and intimidating creatures...
17:28, 2019-12-10

Homelessness rises 12% in Los Angeles County, study finds LOS ANGELES — The number of homeless people counted across Los Angeles County jumped 12% over the past year to nearly 59,000, with more young and old...
06:44, 2019-06-05

Ocean-Clogging Microplastics Also Pollute the Air, Study Finds Microplastics are known to cause ocean pollution, but a new study suggests airborne plastic particles pollute the air and dry land as well....
10:56, 2019-04-18

Study Finds Link Between Growing Old And Weight Gain The detailed study revealed that leaving school and taking up a job may lead to a significant drop in the amount of physical activity and change in d...
12:40, 2020-01-20

Pesticide widely used in US particularly harmful to bees, study finds Agriculture has become 48 times more toxic to insects in last 25 years as neonics are used on over 140 different types of cropsAgriculture in the Uni...
12:16, 2019-08-07

More US firms than ever get transparent over political spending, study finds Protests against political associations have pushed more companies to ‘embrace sunlight’ and disclose who they give toFearful of facing public wrath ...
15:04, 2019-10-24

Study finds the universe might be 2 billion years younger New calculations suggest the universe could be a couple billion years younger than scientists now estimate -- and even younger than suggested by two ...
16:48, 2019-09-13

HPV vaccine could help eliminate cervical cancer, study finds The HPV vaccine could one day lead to the eradication of cervical cancer, according to a new study that found the benefits of the vaccine “exceed exp...
17:48, 2019-06-27

Wolves more socially cooperative than dogs, study finds A new study supports the idea that prosocial behavior is ancestral and not the result of domestication, as wolves prove more prosocial than pack dogs...
02:40, 2019-09-04

People of color live with 66% more air pollution, US study finds African Americans in the north-east and mid-Atlantic are exposed to 61% more pollution particles from burning gasolinePeople of color in the American...
16:08, 2019-06-27

Study finds possible link between sugary drinks and cancer People who drink a lot of sugary drinks have a higher risk of developing cancer, although the evidence cannot establish a direct causal link, researc...
01:40, 2019-07-11

Human bodies can move on their own after death, study finds Dead bodies move on their own after death — likely due to processes of decomposition, researchers suspect, pointing to implications for forensic scie...
03:00, 2019-09-18

Study finds that energy drinks may seriously mess with your heart In a world where working longer and longer hours is becoming the norm, products that keep us awake and alert have rapidly become must-haves for milli...
17:56, 2019-05-30

Rough sleeping in capital up by third on last year, study finds The number of rough sleepers in London has soared by nearly a third in the past year, latest figures reveal....
12:16, 2019-05-30

New study finds North East is UK’s motoring nirvana Scotland's amazing driving roads are ranked the nation's safest Comparison of statistics highlights best and worst regions for traffic, insurance, ...
12:52, 2019-05-31

Air Pollution Is Linked to Miscarriages in China, Study Finds A new study published on Monday adds to growing evidence of the negative health effects of air pollution on pregnant women and their fetuses....
17:12, 2019-10-14

Deforestation is overrated as environmental threat, study finds Deforestation's contribution to climate change is vastly overestimated, a new study concludes....
01:12, 2019-11-05

Air pollution can reach the placenta during pregnancy, study finds A novel scanning technique spotted a type of particle pollution -- sootlike black carbon -- on placentas donated by 28 new mothers....
20:36, 2019-09-17

Diabetic women more likely to have stillborn baby, study finds A study finds high blood sugar levels and BMI in pregnant diabetics are "key risk factors" for stillbirths....
10:08, 2019-07-30

Google AI spots breast cancer better than doctors, study finds Google’s artificial intelligence detected breast cancer better than doctors, a study published Wednesday found. The Google AI program that examined m...
14:36, 2020-01-02

Ravens have emotional quirks similar to humans, study finds Humans have very advanced brains — or at least we think that’s the case based on what we know about life from an admittedly small sample ...
05:08, 2019-05-22

High temperatures can lead to more violent crime, study finds Researchers found that days with a high of more than 85 degrees spurred a 2.2 percent rise in general crime and a 5.7 percent increase in violent cri...
17:44, 2019-06-18

Travelling to a polluted city can hurt your lungs, study finds Travellers who visited places with high levels of air pollution experienced deteriorated lung and heart function, a small study found....
15:44, 2019-06-07

Upping caffeine intake could trigger migraines, study finds The next time you reach for an extra cup of coffee, think twice. A new study suggests that upping your caffeine intake throughout the day may trigger...
17:32, 2019-08-09

Whole Foods is America's most expensive grocery chain, study finds Despite slashing prices since its Amazon acquisition, Whole Foods is still the most expensive grocer, according to a new set of data compiled by Bank...
11:04, 2019-05-23

UK has lowest survival rate for five key cancers, major study finds The UK has the lowest survival rates for five key cancers among some of the world's richest countries, new research has found....
11:40, 2019-09-12

Environment reporters facing harassment and murder, study finds Tally of deaths makes it one of most dangerous fields for journalists after war reportingJagendra Singh: the Indian journalist burned to deathThirtee...
18:28, 2019-06-17

Insomniacs are at greater risk of heart failure, study finds People genetically predisposed to sleep problems have greater risk of stroke and coronary artery diseasePeople who struggle with sleep might be at gr...
11:28, 2019-08-19

Orca grandmothers babysit young whales, study finds Research on 378 killer whales finds those with grandmothers live longer and the older females help them when food is scarceDoting killer whale grandm...
03:52, 2019-12-10

Statins not linked with memory loss in seniors, study finds (Reuters Health) - With several small studies suggesting that the widely prescribed cholesterol-lowering drugs, statins, might be linked to memory lo...
21:48, 2019-11-18

Women's brains work better in warmer offices, study finds Researchers say workplaces may be able to increase productivity by setting thermostat higher Scientists have raised the stakes in the battle of the s...
00:44, 2019-05-23

More than 100,000 cancer cases could be caused by contaminants in tap water, study finds A toxic cocktail of chemicals found in U.S. drinking water could be the cause of more than 100,000 cases of cancer, a new study by the nonprofit Envi...
00:44, 2019-09-21

World’s Oceans Are Losing Oxygen Rapidly, Study Finds A new report found that oxygen levels in the world’s oceans declined by 2 percent over 50 years, threatening marine life around the planet....
10:24, 2019-12-07

Tyrannosaurus rex had massive growth spurt as teenager, study finds Putting to bed the theory that there was a pygmy species of Tyrannosaurus rex, a new study has confirmed the most fearsome dinosaur to ever walk the ...
17:00, 2020-01-02

You can’t stop a shaken beer can from fizzing over by tapping it, study finds Enlarge / Danish physicists tested 1000 cans of lager—for science! (credit: simonkr/Getty Images) Anyone who's fallen victim to the old "opening a sh...
01:48, 2020-01-02

Too few pregnant women get exercise advice from doctors, study finds (Reuters Health) - Only one in two pregnant women in an Australian survey said their healthcare practitioner had advised them about exercising, and m...
23:48, 2019-09-20

Only 2% of global art auction spending is on work by women, study finds A new report finds women’s work still underrepresented in the art world, with only 11% of art purchased by institutions female-made A new study has f...
18:24, 2019-09-19

Medical pot laws no answer for US opioid deaths, study finds A new study shoots down the notion that medical marijuana laws can prevent opioid overdose deaths. Researchers repeated an analysis that sparked exci...
21:36, 2019-06-10

Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health, study finds Research part-funded by British Heart Foundation showed high consumption no worse for arteries than lowCoffee lovers who drink up to 25 cups a day ca...
20:40, 2019-06-02

Rapamycin may slow aging in human skin, study finds A drug used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients may have a new use: slowing aging in human skin. The drug rapamycin was found in a smal...
17:24, 2019-11-26

UK election poll: Nearly one-third of people will vote tactically, new study finds Almost one in three people will vote tactically in the upcoming general election, a new poll has found....
18:28, 2019-12-03

AI equal with human experts in medical diagnosis, study finds Research suggests AI able to interpret medical images using deep learning algorithm Artificial intelligence is on a par with human experts when it co...
00:48, 2019-09-25

Ancient gene mutation could protect against diabetes, study finds Mutant form linked to rise of cooking helps about half of humans keep blood sugar lowerAn ancient mutation that spread through humans after the adven...
11:24, 2019-06-04

Getting appendix removed increases risk of Parkinson's, study finds Patients who have had their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease than those who have not, according to a new s...
21:56, 2019-05-09

Fracking causing rise in methane emissions, study finds Researchers say boom in shale oil and gas major contributor to climate emergencyThe boom in the US shale gas and oil may have ignited a significant g...
17:28, 2019-08-14

Employer Health Insurance Is Increasingly Unaffordable, Study Finds A relentless rise in premiums and deductibles is putting insurance out of reach for many workers, especially those with low incomes....
19:08, 2019-09-25

Fish oil reduces heart attack risk, study finds  A recent study conducted by The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) concluded those who take fish oil may be less likely to suffer a heart attac...
20:52, 2019-09-25

The boys' club in investment management is still going strong, study finds Mario Suriani / AP Images A recent study by Goldman Sachs analyzed 528 large-cap mutual funds managing $2.5 trillion in assets and found that 77% hav...
21:00, 2019-11-26

Hot weather raises risk of early childbirth, study finds Early births are associated with health and developmental concerns, adding to fears over climate crisisHot weather increases the risk of early childb...
17:32, 2019-12-02

Obesity epidemic driven by rural communities, study finds The average body mass index of individuals in rural areas increased at a greater rate than city dwellers between 1985 and 2017 -- with rural folks ga...
18:08, 2019-05-10

'Helicopter parenting' can lead to burnout for kids, a new study finds Michael H/Getty A new study from Florida State University found that overparenting can negatively impact children — and even result in burnout....
15:48, 2019-11-27

Study finds 'disturbingly' high levels of 'ugly cholesterol' New research finds that the levels of remnant cholesterol, also called 'ugly' cholesterol, are much higher than researchers previously believed....
02:44, 2019-08-13

M.R.I.s Can Better Detect Cancer in Women With Dense Breasts, Study Finds A large study found that M.R.I.s detected tumors missed by mammograms, cutting interval cancers by half or more....
00:16, 2019-11-28

Bye-bye, birdie: Study finds North American birds getting smaller Since 1978, researchers have scooped up and measured tens of thousands of birds that died after crashing into buildings in Chicago during spring and ...
23:00, 2019-12-04

Female scientists use less positive language about their work, study finds Tendency of men to use words such as ‘excellent’ has effect on future citations of researchMale scientists are more likely than female ones to publis...
08:24, 2019-12-17

4 Your Health: New study finds babies may not be protected by their mom’s measles immunity (NBC News)- American workers are spending more of their income on health care, according to a new report from the Commonwealth Fund. The researchers ...
21:52, 2019-11-21

Climate crisis may be increasing jet stream turbulence, study finds Potential impacts of rise in vertical shear include longer, bumpier and dearer flightsThe climate crisis could be making transatlantic flights more b...
17:12, 2019-08-08

Tap water contaminants linked with 100,000 cancer cases, US study finds Most of the risk is from naturally occurring arsenic, the byproducts of chemicals used to disinfect water and contaminantsContaminated tap water caus...
07:12, 2019-09-19

More young adults in the US are dying from heart failure, study finds Premature deaths caused by heart failure are on the rise in the United States, especially among young black men, according to a new study by Northwes...
22:20, 2019-05-06

Study finds meteorite strikes made life on Earth possible There’s been more discussion recently about protecting life on Earth from a devastating asteroid strike. But a new study suggests that space ro...
21:44, 2019-08-15

Esports gamers experience same stressors as pro athletes, study finds Enlarge / A new study by researchers at the University of Chichester in England found that esports players who compete in major tournaments face the ...
19:28, 2019-11-19

Mars was once warm and rainy before turning frigid, study finds Scientists have learned a lot about Mars in recent years, and based on observations from the fancy hardware NASA has sent to the Red Planet we know t...
00:28, 2019-08-21

Spending time in nature boosts health, study finds We're told to eat our five a day, get 150 minutes of exercise a week -- and now a weekly blast of The Great Outdoors might one day be part of recomme...
15:44, 2019-06-14

Most habitat clearing concentrated in just 12 federal electorates, study finds Scientists say the greatest loss of threatened species habitat has been in the agriculture minister’s electorateMost clearing of Australian habitat r...
20:36, 2019-05-07

BPA chemical levels in humans drastically underestimated, study finds Analysis uses new method for evaluating exposure to bisphenol-A, which is found in plastics, canned goods and receipt paperHumans are probably being ...
00:56, 2019-12-06

Insomniacs may be at greater risk of heart failure, study finds People genetically predisposed to sleep problems have greater risk of stroke and coronary artery diseasePeople who struggle with sleep might be at gr...
12:04, 2019-08-19

Contraceptive injections do not increase risk of contracting HIV, study finds Research also finds scale of crisis among African women higher than expectedA landmark study has ended 30 years of anxiety that hormonal contraceptiv...
16:56, 2019-06-13

Augmented reality changes how people interact and communicate, study finds Enlarge / An actor portrays a participant in a new study of the impact of augmented reality on social interactions. The area inside the dotted line i...
21:32, 2019-05-29

The Pentagon emits more greenhouse gases than Portugal, study finds Pentagon released 59m metric tons of carbon dioxide and other warming gases in 2017, research showsThe United States creates more planet-warming gree...
03:00, 2019-06-13

Four-in-one pill cuts risk of heart attack by a third, study finds A wonder pill containing four different drugs slashes the risk of heart attack and stroke by a third, a study has found....
20:48, 2019-08-23

£1,600-a-year pay gap for graduates from poor homes in London, study finds Graduates from disadvantaged homes in London end up earning £1,600 a year less on average than their middle-class counterparts because of the "class ...
11:08, 2019-11-21

Prehistoric shocker: Baby pterosaurs could fly at birth, study finds A new study published on Wednesday reveals that pterosaurs — flying reptiles that lived during the age of dinosaurs — had the ability to fly right at...
20:00, 2019-06-12

1 in 16 American Women Were Forced or Coerced Into Sex as Teens, Study Finds (CHICAGO) — The first sexual experience for 1 in 16 U.S. women was forced or coerced intercourse in their early teens, encounters that for some...
21:32, 2019-09-16

Children Are Swallowing Foreign Objects More Frequently, Study Finds According to a new study in the journal Pediatrics, the rate of foreign-body ingestions among children under age 6 nearly doubled in the two decades ...
22:24, 2019-04-12

Obese people enjoy the taste of food more, study finds Obese people eat more food because it simply tastes better, a new study has found. Researchers at the University of Iowa gave chocolate to a group of...
23:04, 2019-07-31

Injuries and Deaths Could Rise with Climate Change in the U.S., a New Study Finds An estimated 2,135 additional people could die every year in the United States as a result of climate change-related injuries like assaults, drowning...
18:20, 2020-01-15

Austrians lack crucial Holocaust awareness, study finds Most Austrian adults do not know 6 million Jews were killed in the Holocaust, according to a new survey. While some described the findings as disturb...
07:00, 2019-05-02

Soho is Britain's unhealthiest place to live, study finds Great Torrington in Devon healthiest given factors such as pollution and fast food accessSoho is the unhealthiest place to live in Britain while the ...
07:36, 2019-07-01

Gender and racial diversity on the up in blockbuster films, study finds Survey finds more inclusivity in casting – but not behind the camera – while LGBTQ and disabled people remain marginalisedThere were more leading rol...
19:56, 2019-09-04

Opioid addicts seeking help are often denied treatment, study finds Posing as heroin users seeking help, researchers contacted hundreds of treatment clinics in US states with the highest overdose death rates -- and th...
19:20, 2019-06-04

Sesame allergy affects more Americans than once thought, study finds A sesame allergy may affect more U.S. citizens than once thought, according to a recent study. ...
18:36, 2019-08-06

Crusader armies were remarkably genetically diverse, study finds DNA research adds to evidence soldiers heading east struck up relationships with localsCrusader armies were made up of people from remarkably genetic...
12:50, 2019-05-01

World's 22 richest men wealthier than all the women in Africa, study finds Startling scale of inequality laid bare as Oxfam report highlights chronically undervalued nature of care workThe world’s 22 richest men have more co...
11:32, 2020-01-20

Health Law Repeal Could Cost 18 Million Their Insurance, Study Finds The Congressional Budget Office said 18 million people would lose their insurance in the first year, with that number and costs rising over 10 years....
10:43, 2019-04-09

Drinking low-fat milk could slow down aging process, study finds The study revealed that every 1 percent increase in milk fat consumed -- drinking 2 percent vs. 1 percent milk -- translated to more than four years ...
20:08, 2020-01-17

Scientists shocked after study finds biological aging may be reversible A new study shows that scientists might be able to not only slow the process of aging but actually reverse it, Benjamin Button-style. Volunteers in a...
20:44, 2019-09-09

Eating spicy foods could lead to dementia, study finds Spicy foods might be good for weight loss. Peppery palates are also thought to be hungrier for sex, too. But a new long-term study has revealed a pos...
22:44, 2019-07-24

One in four Germans hold anti-Semitic beliefs, study finds More than a quarter of Germans surveyed said they agreed with anti-Semitic statements, including that Jews have "too much power over the economy." Ov...
02:48, 2019-10-24

Moth populations in steady decline in Britain, study finds Long-running survey finds 1976 heatwave boom has been followed by dropping numbers Moths are declining in abundance by 10% each decade in Britain but...
17:28, 2019-11-11

Genome study finds roots of Komodo dragon's tenaciousness Scientists have mapped the genome of the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard, discovering intriguing secrets behind the impressive speed and en...
00:20, 2019-07-30

Teens who visit ER for self-harm more likely to come back to hospital, study finds Teens who visited an emergency room for self-harm were more likely to return to hospital or even die than those who had visited for other reasons, a ...
19:00, 2019-11-04

A vegan diet may help boost cancer treatments, study finds Going vegan may halt cancer in its tracks, scientists say. It could also make chemotherapy and radiotherapy more effective, according to their tests ...
20:32, 2019-08-05

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...
20:52, 2020-01-17

Cannabis could help treat depression in people with PTSD, B.C. study finds For the study, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, researchers looked at Statistics Canada data from 24,000 Canadians....
01:16, 2019-11-06

Flashing lights at concerts can trigger seizures, study finds Flashing strobe lights at concerts can be troublesome for people with epilepsy, a Dutch study has found....
21:28, 2019-06-20

Women taking pill may be less likely to suffer ACL injury, study finds Hormonal contraceptives potentially reduce risk of tear to anterior cruciate ligamentWomen on the combined pill appear to be less likely to tear a ke...
01:24, 2019-05-03

Restoring Forests Could Help Put a Brake on Global Warming, Study Finds Parts of the research were criticized, but outside experts said it still showed how reforestation could be an important strategy to help reduce the c...
23:32, 2019-07-05

Crime kills more people than armed conflicts, UN study finds Far more people are killed in homicides around the world than in conflict zones, a sweeping UN study has found. The rates of women being killed due t...
12:56, 2019-07-08

Study finds LGBTQ characters hit record high on network TV A new study by the advocacy group GLAAD says that TV is building on its record of inclusiveness....
17:44, 2019-11-07

Study finds that the popular rubber hand illusion could be used to treat OCD Enlarge / Fictional detective Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) famously suffered from OCD, with a powerful germ phobia, among many others. Perhaps "multi ...
16:48, 2020-01-20

Universal income study finds money for nothing won't make us work less The most robust trial of universal basic income yet shows that it boosts well-being and doesn't decrease employment, as some had feared...
21:04, 2019-04-11

Medicinal cannabis not proven in mental health, study finds Evidence is weak for whether medicinal cannabis treatments can relieve mental illnesses such as anxiety, depression and psychosis, and doctors should...
00:48, 2019-10-29

Study finds aspirin could lessen impact of air pollution on lungs Aspirin may lessen the negative effects of air pollution, an intriguing new study concludes. Researchers from Columbia, Harvard and Boston Universiti...
17:20, 2019-10-07

Oxytocin nasal spray could help treat alcoholism, study finds Scientists believe an oxytocin nasal spray could help treat alcoholism, according to a new study released Tuesday....
03:00, 2019-04-18

Many parents struggle to adjust after learning child is gay, study finds Pride flag / Getty Images Stacy Feintuch, a mother of two in suburban New Jersey, said she didn’t know what was wrong when her oldest daughter, Amand...
21:40, 2019-06-24

Great white sharks are afraid of orcas, study finds A new study led by the  Monterey Bay Aquarium and published Tuesday in Nature found great white sharks leave their “preferred hunting ground” when or...
22:00, 2019-04-17

Ancestral home of modern humans is in Botswana, study finds Other scientists raise questions about results, which were based on DNA samplesScientists claim to have traced the ancestral home region of all livin...
17:24, 2019-10-28

Measles wipes out immune system's memory, study finds Scientists say threat posed by measles is ‘much greater than we previously imagined’Measles causes long-term damage to the immune system, leaving chi...
19:16, 2019-10-31

Study finds ex-footballers are 3.5 times more likely to die of dementia than general population "Former professional footballers are three-and-a-half times more likely to die of dementia than the general population, a study has found."...
15:08, 2019-10-21

Risk of obesity can be accurately predicted in babies, study finds Factors including birth weight could determine likelihood of child becoming obese aged 10It is possible to accurately predict whether a baby is at ri...
14:00, 2019-05-02

Florida’s Tampa Bay polluted with 4 billion particles of microplastic, study finds The most typical source in the Tampa Bay study was from fibers originating in fishing lines, nets and synthetic clothes, the study discovered....
17:20, 2019-09-18

Losing income linked to heart attacks and stroke, study finds Big drops in a person's income have been linked to a higher chance of heart attack or stroke....
16:40, 2019-10-18

Mortgage Lenders Are Shifting Climate Risks Onto Taxpayers, Study Finds After hurricanes, mortgage lenders offload more of their vulnerable loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, whose rules prevent them from saying no....
13:16, 2019-09-27

Animated Movies Give Women More Leadership Roles, Study Finds Nearly four in 10 of the top toons had female producers, but women of color still found it hard to get a foothold....
17:56, 2019-06-10

Premium tea bags leak billions of microplastics into your drink, study finds Premium tea bags are shedding billions of microplastics into drinks your cup, a new study has found....
09:12, 2019-09-27

Letting slower passengers board airplane first really is faster, study finds Enlarge / Physicists demonstrated that there really is an optimal boarding process for airplanes. (credit: izusek/Getty Images) Commercial airlines o...
18:16, 2020-01-15

Risk of breast cancer higher among black men than white men, study finds Black men are more likely than white men to develop hormone receptor positive, or HR+ breast cancer, even though the opposite is the case for women w...
20:20, 2019-12-12

Sugar in fruit juice may raise risk of cancer, study finds Excessive consumption of sugary drinks – including juice – associated with the diseaseDrinking large amounts of fruit juice may raise your risk of ca...
12:00, 2019-07-12

New Study Finds $15 Federal Minimum Wage Won't Hurt American Jobs The results of the first study analyzing the impact of a $15 minimum wage show that the increase wouldn’t cost American jobs, according to Vox. Addit...
03:08, 2019-07-03

High-cat diet: urban coyotes feast on pets, study finds A study of coyote scat in LA found the animals are attracted to fruit in gardens, where they are also finding cats and dogsDoug McIntyre let his cat,...
12:50, 2019-05-01

Babies in Nepal get quarter of calories from junk food, study finds Diets heavy on snack foods linked to undernutrition and stunting, say researchersChildren under the age of two in Nepal are getting a quarter of thei...
07:36, 2019-07-17

Electric scooter injuries tripled in one year among US millennials, study finds San Francisco researchers call for more helmet access in city inundated by ‘micro-mobility’ devicesThe rate of electric scooter injuries among Americ...
19:12, 2020-01-08

People who can't wrap Christmas presents bring more joy, study finds Badly wrapped Christmas presents are more appealing than well presented ones, research has found....
17:52, 2019-12-16

E-cigarettes damage blood vessels even if devices don’t contain nicotine, study finds Often touted as a safer alternative to cigarettes, e-cigarettes can have negative effects on a user’s blood vessels, damaging them after just one use...
17:08, 2019-08-21

Badger culls risk increased spread of TB to cattle, study finds Culls drive badgers to roam further afield, allowing them to disperse TB over a larger area, research suggests....
06:08, 2019-10-09

Shake your tail feather: Study finds cockatoos love to dance Snowball, a sulphur-crested cockatoo, has shown humans are not the only creatures who love to dance, a study found. Snowball has a diverse repertoire...
09:20, 2019-07-09

Measles cases in Texas could skyrocket due to unvaccinated children, study finds Large measles outbreaks could be more commonplace in Texas communities as an increasing number of children in the state show up to school unvaccinate...
19:04, 2019-08-22

Deadliest place for surgery patients isn’t the operating room, study finds Surgery patients are more likely to develop deadly complications while they're recovering in hospital or after they go home....
17:04, 2019-07-30

India suffers most pollution-linked deaths in world, study finds Pollution causes more than 2 million deaths a year in India, while Chad, Central African Republic and North Korea saw highest per capita ratesIndia l...
02:56, 2019-12-19

U.S. government study finds racial bias in facial recognition systems Many facial recognition systems misidentify people of color more often than white people, according to a U.S. government study released on Thursday.R...
10:48, 2019-12-20

Study finds ultimate fate of Leidenfrost droplets depends on their size Enlarge / A new study shows the ultimate fate of Leidenfrost droplets, liquid drops that levitate above very hot surfaces. Larger drops explode viole...
16:16, 2019-05-12

Homes Are Being Built the Fastest in Many Flood-Prone Areas, Study Finds Increased awareness of climate change has not diminished Americans' appetite for building homes in flood zones, new data show....
15:04, 2019-07-31

Study finds concussion rates for kids under 5 higher than previously believed An Alberta Children's Hospital physician says parents should monitor their child's behaviour after a head injury....
00:52, 2019-07-04

‘Widespread contamination’: Study finds rivers around globe tainted with antibiotics Researchers studied 14 commonly used antibiotics in rivers in 72 countries and detected antibiotics at 65 per cent of the monitored sites....
01:48, 2019-06-06

Stress in pregnancy linked to personality disorders in children, study finds Moms-to-be who suffer stress in pregnancy are more likely to have kids with personality disorders, a new study published in the British Journal of Ps...
17:20, 2019-09-06

Fish oil can ‘significantly’ reduce risk of heart attacks, study finds Researchers concluded that Omega-3 fatty acids, or fish oil, “were associated with significant reductions in heart attacks,” according to a new study...
17:28, 2019-09-26

Global Wealth Gap Would Be Smaller Today Without Climate Change, Study Finds Most of the world’s poor countries are poorer than they would have been had greenhouse gas emissions not altered the climate. In some rich countries,...
21:52, 2019-04-22

Heart diseases raise risk for kidney failure, study finds Researchers found that those with a history of heart failure, atrial fibrillation, coronary heart disease and stroke were 10 times more likely to dev...
00:12, 2020-01-10

Any amount of running reduces risk of early death, study finds Previous research suggested health benefits increased with greater volume of runningAny amount of running is good for you, according to research sugg...
00:48, 2019-11-05

Road runoff pollution damages London's rivers, study finds Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for government action to protect the capital’s waterwaysThe mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has called on the government to provi...
17:04, 2019-12-23

Thousands could perish annually in US if global heating not curbed, study finds Every year nearly 5,800 people are expected to die in New York, 2,500 in Los Angeles and more than 2,300 in MiamiThousands of heat-related deaths in ...
20:12, 2019-06-05

Australia's nature reserves being opened up for business use, global study finds Some 13,000 sq km removed from conservation areas since 1997, researchers sayAustralian governments have slashed the legal protection of nature reser...
01:00, 2019-05-31

Eating fruit, vegetables won't slow prostate cancer, study finds Eating vegetables offers a lot of health benefits -- but it doesn't slow the progression of prostate cancer....
18:48, 2020-01-14

Climate models have accurately predicted global heating, study finds Findings confirm reliability of projections of temperature changes over last 50 yearsClimate models have accurately predicted global heating for the ...
19:20, 2019-12-04

Nipples are the part of a women's breast most stared at by both sexes, study finds Eye-tracking technology has found which part of the breast is stared at the most. Plastic surgeons say the study could help improve the outcome of co...
12:00, 2019-12-04

Vaping increases risk of developing lung conditions by a third, study finds The study found that e-cigarettes increased the risk of lung disease by a third compared with those who never smoked or vaped. And the risk was even ...
20:36, 2019-12-17

Melbourne loses 15,000 megalitres of water annually from logging, study finds Researchers say the Thomson catchment is missing out each year on the amount of water used by 250,000 peopleLogging is causing Melbourne’s main catch...
22:00, 2019-08-22

True meanings of words of emotion get lost in translation, study finds Analysis finds there may be no universal concepts for some emotionsThe true meaning of words may be lost in translation, according to research sugges...
20:56, 2019-12-19

Vaping May Be Worse for Heart Health Than Tobacco Cigarettes, New Study Finds E-cigarettes may be more harmful to a smoker’s heart than traditional tobacco cigarettes. That’s the finding of new research from Cedars-...
01:08, 2019-11-12

Animals failing to adapt to speed of climate crisis, study finds Scientists warn of ‘alarming’ lag between human-driven seasons shift and animals’ behavioural changesThe speed of climate disruption is outstripping ...
17:56, 2019-07-23

Shutdown of US coal power facilities saved over 26,000 lives, study finds Shift to gas saved more than 300m tons of planet-heating carbon dioxide as nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide levels droppedThe human toll from coa...
18:08, 2020-01-06

Study finds Google system could improve breast cancer detection A Google artificial intelligence system proved as good as expert radiologists at predicting which women would develop breast cancer based on screenin...
19:56, 2020-01-01

Beauty products send a child to hospital every two hours, U.S. study finds Kids are often getting into and ingesting their parents' colognes, lotions, nail polish and hair products, according to a new U.S. study....
12:20, 2019-06-18

Testing Leonardo da Vinci’s bridge: His design was stable, study finds Enlarge / The Vebjørn Sand Da Vinci Project bridge in Ås, Norway, is based on a design by Leonardo Da Vinci. (credit: Åsmund Ødegård/Wikimedia Common...
17:24, 2019-10-16

Spraying Antibiotics to Fight Citrus Scourge Doesn’t Help, Study Finds Researchers found spraying oxytetracycline on orange trees didn’t halt a devastating infection called citrus greening, but a more expensive method — ...
23:48, 2019-08-16

Women perform worse in chilly work environments, study finds Chilly office air conditioning is damaging women's performance in the workplace, new research has shown....
09:24, 2019-05-23

Germany's dialect iron curtain still divides the country, study finds Linguists find use of vernacular expressions aligning east-west 30 years after Berlin Wall fell Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, an in...
21:12, 2019-12-11

'Disastrous' lack of diversity in AI industry perpetuates bias, study finds Report says an overwhelmingly white and male field has reached ‘a moment of reckoning’ over discriminatory systemsLack of diversity in the artificial...
13:04, 2019-05-01

Sunscreens may enter bloodstream, but health effect unknown, study finds "Just because they are absorbed doesn't mean they are unsafe. That's why we are asking for additional data," the study author said, NBC New...
00:24, 2019-05-07

Social media effect 'tiny' in teenagers, large study finds Family, friends and school life all have a greater impact on life satisfaction, researchers say....
08:20, 2019-05-07

Study finds loads of drivers ignore their check engine lights One in seven motorists is driving around with a potentially serious issue in their vehicle, according to new research. From mysterious rattles to bur...
19:24, 2019-06-18

CBD may reduce drug cravings for heroin addicts, small study finds The marijuana compound CBD, or cannabidiol, may help reduce drug cravings in people with heroin addiction, a preliminary new study suggests....
18:44, 2019-05-22

Men who receive paid paternity leave want fewer children, study finds Spain’s paternity leave was part of a set of policies to promote gender equality in the labor market and at home, a researcher saidParents who receiv...
19:24, 2019-05-20

End to Aids in sight as huge study finds drugs stop HIV transmission Paper says risk between male partners is zero if virus fully suppressed by antiretroviralsAids timeline: from Terry Higgins to PrEPAn end to the Aids...
00:44, 2019-05-03

Self-reported suicide attempts among black US teens rising, study finds Researchers found a 73% increase for black boys and girls in high school who took surveyed between 1991 and 2017Self-reported suicide attempts among ...
00:48, 2019-10-15

Cuba ‘sonic attacks’ changed US diplomats’ brains, study finds The brains of 40 former staffers at the US Embassy in Cuba who developed mysterious symptoms during so-called “sonic attacks” have visible difference...
22:44, 2019-07-23

Baby tiger sharks eat songbirds like sparrows, doves, study finds Baby tiger sharks aren’t only eating seafood, or even seabirds -- they’re also chowing down on songbirds, scientists have found....
22:12, 2019-05-21

HIV-suppressing drug can stop virus being sexually transmitted, study finds Scientists say an end to the "HIV pandemic" could be in sight after a study found that effective treatment can prevent sexual transmission of the vir...
10:20, 2019-05-03

Children may be overprescribed antibiotics in online doctor visits, NIH study finds Physicians may be overprescribing antibiotics to children during online visits, according to a new study funded by the National Institutes of Health....
10:41, 2019-04-09

Latino actors make up 4.5% of speaking roles in Hollywood, study finds New study examining representation in the top 100 films from the last decade shows community is largely ignored on the big screenA new report has fou...
17:40, 2019-08-26

Erectile dysfunction linked to concussions, Harvard study of NFL players finds Players reporting the most concussion symptoms had nearly twice the risk of ED as those reporting the fewest symptoms, the study finds....
18:20, 2019-08-26

4 Your Health: New study finds height could impact risk of irregular heartbeat (NBC News)- A new study suggests your height could impact your risk of an irregular heartbeat. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania looked...
02:16, 2019-11-14

Erectile dysfunction linked to concussions in NFL players, Harvard study finds Players reporting the most concussion symptoms had nearly twice the risk of ED as those reporting the fewest symptoms, the study finds....
19:24, 2019-08-26

Climate crisis more politically polarizing than abortion for US voters, study finds Democrats ranked global heating as the third most important issue on their list, while Republican voters ranked it last in a Yale poll Surging concer...
07:44, 2019-05-22

Female fruit bats take food from males in exchange for sex, study finds Male Egyptian fruit bats will allow female bats to take food straight from their mouths and scientists believe they know why -- the bats are trading ...
19:20, 2019-05-23

Britons drinking less alcohol despite increase in consumption around the world, study finds Britons are drinking less alcohol despite the amount consumed worldwide being on the rise, a study has found....
00:52, 2019-05-08

Do the math: A bigger house edge is better for the bottom line, study finds Enlarge / Think you can tell if one slot machine has a larger house advantage than another? Think again. (credit: Arterra/Universal Images Group/Gett...
19:52, 2019-10-03

Meal-prep kits better for environment than a trip to the store, study finds Kits often involve more packaging waste but factors such as the supply chain and portion size mean overall impact may be lessMeal-prep kits are often...
12:50, 2019-05-01

Insects feel chronic pain after injury like humans do, study finds It’s tempting to imagine that insects don’t “feel” pain, thereby absolving us from any guilt we might feel in slapping a fly or stepping on an ant, b...
17:16, 2019-07-17

Fast food is healthy if you strip it, no-brainer Harvard study finds Dieting is easy — all you have to do is remove every trace of the flavor, satisfaction and general happiness from the fast-food indulgences you love....
22:40, 2019-08-30

Ancient Rome 'built on timber imported from more than 1,000 miles away,' study finds Parts of Ancient Rome were built on timber imported from more than 1,000 miles away in modern-day France, a new study has found....
17:00, 2019-12-06

Increasing the minimum wage can reduce suicide rates, study finds Raising the minimum wage by just one dollar can have a significant effect on some people's risk of suicide, according to a new study....
00:32, 2020-01-08

Study finds no link between statin use and memory harm in older adults A 6-year study of 1,000 people aged 70–90 found no difference in rates of memory or cognition decline among participants who did or did not use stati...
23:00, 2019-11-19

The Pentagon emits a staggering level of greenhouse gases, study finds The Pentagon pumps out more greenhouse gases than Portugal or Sweden, according to a new study. In findings released Wednesday, researchers from Brow...
19:04, 2019-06-13

Millions more Americans breathing dirty air as planet warms, study finds Forty-three percent of Americans live in places where they’re breathing unsafe air, according to American Lung AssociationAn increasing number of Ame...
12:50, 2019-05-01

Losing weight could reduce breast cancer risk for women over 50, study finds Overweight women over the age of 50 could see a reduction in their risk of developing breast cancer if they lost weight, according to a new study....
20:56, 2019-12-18

Weight loss may reduce type 2 diabetes risk by 37 percent, study finds A study found that a 1 kg/m squared reduction in BMI in non-overweight individuals reduced reduced their risk for developing type II diabetes by as m...
21:40, 2019-12-10

Average American couch is 6 years old, has nursed you through 21 sick days, study finds A study examining the lifespan and usage of the average American couch (among other home furnishings) unearthed how many life moments happen on those...
11:20, 2019-05-01