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Morning Sickness points to a healthy pregnancy, Study Finds

Morning sickness may be one of the worst things about being pregnant, but researchers say they've confirmed the common wisdom: It's a good sign.

Productivity Initiatives Distracting Sales Teams and Stifling Business Performance, Accenture Strategy Study Finds

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fifty-nine percent of global sales executives say they have access to too many sales tools, says Accenture.
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News video: Study Finds That Hispanic Americans Prefer English Programming

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First-generation Hispanic Americans may have grown up speaking Spanish but a new study has shown that they prefer english media regardless of age. ABout 60 percent say that they relate more to spanish..
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News video: Jumping Up and Down Is Ridiculously Good Exercise

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The mini trampoline workout is better than running, biking and ultimate Frisbee, a new study finds
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News video: Scientists Say Coffee And Gin Lovers More Likely To Be Psychopaths

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Scientists find people who like bitter foods are more likely to have psychopathic and sadistic tendencies. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details.
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News video: People Who Don&apos;t Use Fitness Trackers Lose More Weight Thank Those Who Do, Study Finds

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New RichRelevance Study Finds Site Search Can Make – or Break – the Omnichannel Experience

new richrelevance study finds site search can make – or break – the omnichannel experience
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Shop.org Retail’s Digital Summit – RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, today released new research that drills into how U.S. consumers search..
Business Wire

Gender pay gap in the UK widens among top earners, study finds

'Women are still are a distinct minority and they become rarer the higher one climbs'

Riding rollercoasters can help pass kidney stones, study finds


Aussies concerned over Muslim marriage

More than half of Australians would be concerned if a relative married a Muslim, while many think practising Muslims pose a threat to society, a study finds.

Walking Fends Off Disability, And It's Not Too Late To Start

Nobody wants to spend the last few decades of their lives in a wheelchair. People in their 70s and 80s recovered more quickly from physical setbacks if they remained active, a study finds.

Study finds young men are playing video games instead of getting jobs

Danny Izquierdo, a 22-year-old who lives with his parents in Silver Spring, Md., has found little satisfaction in a series of part-time, low-wage jobs he's held since graduating from high school.

'Teashirt' gene links autism and kidney problems, new study finds

A gene dubbed the ‘Teashirt’ by its discoverers has been identified as a link between children with kidney problems and autism, in a new study which has implications for how doctors working on both..
Science Daily

Female Composers in Games Industry See Gender-Based Pay Penalty, New Study Finds

As GameSoundCon, the annual conference for game music composers, is set to begin on Tuesday, Sept. 27, in Los Angeles, the profession finds itself in...

UK study finds that half of mastectomy patients recieve unneccessary surgery

(NaturalNews) A shocking study conducted via a national audit of UK healthcare showed that nearly 50 percent mastectomies for women due to early signs of cancer were entirely unnecessary.Presented to..

Most dangerous place to drink alcohol is at home, study finds

most dangerous place to drink alcohol is at home, study finds
New research by the University of New England finds only 10 per cent of alcohol related injuries occurred on licensed premises. ......

The Obama Gun "Super Owner" - New Study Finds 50% Of Guns Owned By Just 3% Of Population

the obama gun super owner - new study finds 50% of guns owned by just 3% of population
A recent Harvard study of the demographics of gun ownership in the United States yielded a fairly shocking discovery, namely the *emergence of the Obama gun "Super Owner."*  The study, entitled "The..
Zero Hedge

Non-breastfeeding mothers not to blame for coeliac disease, Swedish study finds

New research from Lund University challenges main theories on causes of early-onset gluten intolerance

Pluto may have a 100km ocean under icy shell

Pluto may contain an ocean spanning over 100 kilometres beneath its icy surface, with a salt content similar to that of the Dead Sea on Earth, a new study suggests. Ever since NASA's New Horizons..

Extensive Immigration Study Finds Impact On "Aggregate Wealth Of Natives Is, At Best, A Wash"

extensive immigration study finds impact on aggregate wealth of natives is, at best, a wash
Immigration has been and will continue to be a hot button topic in the 2016 presidential campaign.  Trump has called for a wall along the U.S. southern border with Mexico and a halt to all immigration..
Zero Hedge

The moon, big tides could turn small tremors into major earthquakes, study finds

Why small earthquakes stay small, while others grow into monsters is one of the most enduring mysteries in earthquake science but we now have a partial, but tantalising answer: The moon and big tides.
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The biggest animals in the ocean are more likely to go extinct

What happens when you remove all the biggest animals from the ocean? If you could stick around for the next few thousand years, you might find out.   A new study finds that in our modern era,..
L.A. Times

Iceland, Singapore Are World's Healthiest Nations, Study Finds

iceland, singapore are world's healthiest nations, study finds
Despite the threat of massive volcanic eruptions, Iceland is the world’s healthiest country, followed closely by Singapore, a new study has found, according to IFL Science. The study published in The..

Study finds that 97% of large companies have had credentials leaked online

Big data breaches this year — like the ones discovered affecting LinkedIn, Dropbox and, most recently, Yahoo— might be most likely to make the news, but according to new research, a vast majority..

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