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Unfair treatment at work is motivating women to become their own boss [Video]

Unfair treatment at work is motivating women to become their own boss

Three-quarters of women aspire to open their own business, according to new research.A new survey of 9,000 women across 15 countries, including 2,000 women in the U.S., found that globally, the..

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Americans have given up on chasing the perfect summer body [Video]

Americans have given up on chasing the perfect summer body

Americans have lost all hope of getting a summer body this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.The survey of 2,000 Americans found that 63% are now focusing their efforts on..

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Official US COVID-19 Death Toll Is a 'Substantial Undercount,' Yale Study Finds [Video]

Official US COVID-19 Death Toll Is a 'Substantial Undercount,' Yale Study Finds

Conducted by researchers at Yale University, the study was published on Wednesday in 'JAMA Internal Medicine'.

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Scientists Create New Chart to Convert Dog Age to Human Years [Video]

Scientists Create New Chart to Convert Dog Age to Human Years

A new study finds that the “rule of paw” saying one dog year equals seven human years is wrong.

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Maryland Has Fifth-Highest Child Flu Vaccination Rate In US, Study Finds [Video]

Maryland Has Fifth-Highest Child Flu Vaccination Rate In US, Study Finds

Maryland is one of the top states when it comes to vaccinating children for the flu, a study from insurance comparison website QuoteWizard found. Katie Johnston reports.

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COVID-19 pandemic is making Americans more tired than ever, according to study [Video]

COVID-19 pandemic is making Americans more tired than ever, according to study

Six in 10 Americans said they've never felt more tired in their life than right now during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.The study asked 2,000 Americans about the impact the COVID-19..

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Study Finds Exercise Can Slow Vision Loss [Video]

Study Finds Exercise Can Slow Vision Loss

A study revealed that exercise can slow vision loss that’s caused by macular degeneration and may be able to beat back declines brought on by diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma as well.

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911 calls down 26% during pandemic [Video]

911 calls down 26% during pandemic

There's been a drop in 911 calls since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. A new study finds calls for emergency services are down 26% since the pendemic's beginning.

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Americans identify the telltale signs of a gamer [Video]

Americans identify the telltale signs of a gamer

Over half of Americans think video games should be considered a part of the Olympics, according to new research.The survey looked at 2,000 Americans' opinions on video games and asked them to examine..

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How Americans Are Using This Time to Make Positive Lifestyle Changes [Video]

How Americans Are Using This Time to Make Positive Lifestyle Changes

The average person has made three positive changes to their lifestyle in the last year, a new Beef + Lamb New Zealand study finds.

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Global Warming Reaching Levels Not Seen For At Least 6,000 Years [Video]

Global Warming Reaching Levels Not Seen For At Least 6,000 Years

Earth had experienced a global cooling that occurred over the past six millennia, but a new study finds over the last 150 years, global warming has undone that cooling.

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Study Finds Pittsburgh Among The Worst-Run Cities In America [Video]

Study Finds Pittsburgh Among The Worst-Run Cities In America

Pittsburgh is among the worst-run cities in America, according to a study. According to WalletHub's "Best- & Worst-Run Cities in America" study, Pittsburgh ranked No. 115 out of the 150 most-populated..

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Americans are living more sustainably as fears of global warming continue to grow [Video]

Americans are living more sustainably as fears of global warming continue to grow

In a bid to be more environmentally conscious, 85% of Americans have made at least one positive change in their lifestyle in the past year. A new survey of 2,000 Americans showed that while the average..

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1 in 4 People Plan to Say Au Revoir to Their Gym for Good After COVID-19 [Video]

1 in 4 People Plan to Say Au Revoir to Their Gym for Good After COVID-19

Even when the COVID-19 pandemic is over, a quarter of Americans have no plans to return to the gym, a new LIFEAID Beverage Co. study finds.

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Cheery Study Finds Moderate Drinking Helps Seniors Do This Much Better Than Teetotalers [Video]

Cheery Study Finds Moderate Drinking Helps Seniors Do This Much Better Than Teetotalers

There's a bit of good news for older people who like a little tipple now and then. A new study reveals low to moderate alcohol consumption may actually improve memory and cognitive function. Men..

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Study: Six in 10 Americans experience 'multitasking-induced forgetfulness' [Video]

Study: Six in 10 Americans experience 'multitasking-induced forgetfulness'

Forgetting someone's name after being introduced to them is more embarrassing than forgetting a significant other's birthday, according to new research.The survey of 2,000 Americans (aged 35+) found..

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Americans are hoarding an unbelievable amount of money in unused tech [Video]

Americans are hoarding an unbelievable amount of money in unused tech

Americans have $43 billion in cash hiding in their homes from their unused tech. Yet, with most holding onto their unused tech rather than selling or recycling it, an estimated $11 billion in its value..

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Surprising number of Americans will never step foot in a gym again, even after the pandemic [Video]

Surprising number of Americans will never step foot in a gym again, even after the pandemic

One in four Americans will never be returning to gyms ... even once the pandemic is over, according to new research.A survey of 2,000 Americans who exercise at least twice a week surveyed respondents..

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Study: Nevada workers would take less money to work from home [Video]

Study: Nevada workers would take less money to work from home

A new study finds Nevada employees would take a $414 pay cut each month to avoid going back into the office.

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At Least 110 People Are Needed to Start a Mars Colony, Study Finds [Video]

At Least 110 People Are Needed to Start a Mars Colony, Study Finds

Ever wonder how many people we’d need to start and sustain a new civilization on Mars? A professor at France's Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux has crunched the numbers.

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How much do people ACTUALLY know about the human body? [Video]

How much do people ACTUALLY know about the human body?

But while three in four people think vitamins are vital to filling nutritional gaps, 27% are not currently taking any.All in all, respondents admitted they want to learn more about certain aspects of..

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Study finds Hepatitis C-positive livers safe for transplantation, patients cured afterward [Video]

Study finds Hepatitis C-positive livers safe for transplantation, patients cured afterward

Patients who received a transplanted liver infected with hepatitis C and were later treated for the infection performed as well in recovery as transplant patients who received an organ free of..

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Shocking number of Americans have broken COVID-19 quarantine to do this [Video]

Shocking number of Americans have broken COVID-19 quarantine to do this

Three in 10 Americans have broken quarantine to have sex, according to new research.The survey asked 2,000 Americans about their sex lives in lockdown — due to the COVID-19 pandemic — and..

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New study finds that children under 10 are essentially safe from COVID-19 [Video]

New study finds that children under 10 are essentially safe from COVID-19

New study finds that children under 10 are essentially safe from COVID-19

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Food Struggles [Video]

Food Struggles

A new study finds that hunger is a particular problem in our area.

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Study finds first wave of COVID-19 positively boosted Israel’s image

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The study, based on data utilizing a new type of measurement called Brand-Nought, analyzed how a country was perceived internationally based on its government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
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New Primerica Study Finds 86% of Middle-Income Households Have Been Financially Impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Exercise can slow or prevent the development of macular degeneration and may benefit other common causes of vision loss, such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, new research suggests.
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The progression of Alzheimer's disease may accelerate as iron deposits build up in the brain, a new study finds, hinting at a possible role for the mineral in mental decline.
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