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Menstrual Cups: Study Finds They're Safe To Use — And People Like Them

A comprehensive analysis looks at the cup, its ability to prevent leaks — and whether it could be a viable alternative to pads and tampons in low-income countries.
NPR - Published

What your spending habits say about who you are

If you are what you spend, your habits may reveal whether you're neurotic, agreeable or extroverted, study finds
CBS News - Published

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'Traffic light' food labeling lead to healthier food choices, study finds [Video]'Traffic light' food labeling lead to healthier food choices, study finds

BOSTON — A new study by Massachusetts General Hospital has found that using "traffic light" colors — red, yellow and green — in labeling food items results in healthier food choices. The study..

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'Traffic light' food labels lead to healthier food choices, study finds [Video]'Traffic light' food labels lead to healthier food choices, study finds

A new study by Massachusetts General Hospital has found that using "traffic light" colors in labeling food items results in healthier food choices.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:07Published

30 Minutes Spent In Nature Can Significantly Improve Mental Health, Study Finds [Video]30 Minutes Spent In Nature Can Significantly Improve Mental Health, Study Finds

Walking or sitting, researchers say it doesn't matter.

Credit: CBS 3 Philly     Duration: 00:24Published

Goats Have Complex Social Lives, Study Finds [Video]Goats Have Complex Social Lives, Study Finds

Goats Have Complex Social Lives, Study Finds Goats have often been characterized as simple herd animals. A Frontiers in Zoology study suggests that goats can actually detect slight emotional..

Credit: Wibbitz Top Stories     Duration: 00:54Published

Nutrition and hospitalization [Video]Nutrition and hospitalization

WFMZ's Nancy Werteen reports in Life Lessons

Credit: WFMZ Allentown, PAPublished

Contagious Yawning is Linked to How Empathetic You Are, Study Finds [Video]Contagious Yawning is Linked to How Empathetic You Are, Study Finds

The million dollar question: Why is yawning contagious? Findings indicate that it’s more about how empathetic you are rather than everyone in your vicinity needing to catch some zzz’s.

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CBS3 Pet Project: Getting A Dog Is Up To Our DNA, Study Finds [Video]CBS3 Pet Project: Getting A Dog Is Up To Our DNA, Study Finds

Carol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.

Credit: CBS 3 Philly     Duration: 05:12Published

Study: Cutting Calories Improves Blood Pressure [Video]Study: Cutting Calories Improves Blood Pressure

A new study finds that cutting calories resulted in improved blood pressure and cholesterol.

Credit: CBS 2 New York     Duration: 00:22Published

Study Finds Unstructured Time Stimulates Creative Thinking [Video]Study Finds Unstructured Time Stimulates Creative Thinking

A recent Academy of Management study finds that unstructured time stimulates creative thinking; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports on the benefits of Boredom.

Credit: CBS 2 New York     Duration: 02:08Published

How Being Bored Can Stimulate Creativity [Video]How Being Bored Can Stimulate Creativity

Parents work hard to keep their children active when they're home on summer vacation, but a recent study finds boredom could lead to better creativity; CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.

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Study finds Americans love talking about sex [Video]Study finds Americans love talking about sex

The average American talks about sex, five times a day, according to new research. A poll of 2,000 Americans found that 87 percent have talked to others about sex, including their own sex life. In..

Credit: SWNS STUDIO     Duration: 00:47Published

Cutting Only 300 Cals from Diet Could Help Your Heart [Video]Cutting Only 300 Cals from Diet Could Help Your Heart

A new study finds making small changes to diet can help your heart-health. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 00:45Published

A Small Glass Of Juice Or Soda A Day Is Linked To Increased Risk Of Cancer, Study Finds [Video]A Small Glass Of Juice Or Soda A Day Is Linked To Increased Risk Of Cancer, Study Finds

There's more bad news for fans of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice. Katie Johnston reports.

Credit: WJZ Baltimore     Duration: 00:32Published

Losing Sleep? New Study May Know Why [Video]Losing Sleep? New Study May Know Why

If you haven’t been sleeping well lately new study finds you’re not alone. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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Study: Sugary Drinks Could Increased Risk of Cancer [Video]Study: Sugary Drinks Could Increased Risk of Cancer

New study finds sugary drinks could lead to higher risk of cancer. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:26Published

Turning Down Wedding Invitation Can Damage Friendship, Study Finds [Video]Turning Down Wedding Invitation Can Damage Friendship, Study Finds

A new study reveals declining an invite may impact more than your finances.

Credit: CBS 3 Philly     Duration: 00:44Published

Study Finds Experimental Drugs Effective Against Congo's Ebola Strain [Video]Study Finds Experimental Drugs Effective Against Congo's Ebola Strain

According to a new study published Tuesday, an antiviral drug and an antibody treatment both inhibited the growth of the so-called Ituri strain.

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Why Half of American Workplaces Have Gone Casual [Video]Why Half of American Workplaces Have Gone Casual

Only one in five US workplaces now enforce a smart dress code. A study has found that half of workers follow a casual or smart casual dress code at work, allowing for jeans and other dress-down items..

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Seaweed Problem Not Going Away [Video]Seaweed Problem Not Going Away

South Floridians know the awful stench of seaweed on their local beaches all too well and a new study finds the annoying seagrass is sticking around - and may be even worse this year compared to last..

Credit: CBS4 Miami     Duration: 00:22Published

Netflix vows to decrease on-screen smoking after study finds increased depictions of it [Video]Netflix vows to decrease on-screen smoking after study finds increased depictions of it

No smoking allowed.

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Study finds parents wish kids were back in school [Video]Study finds parents wish kids were back in school

Two weeks into summer, a study finds that 75% of parents are ready for kids to go back to school

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Minecraft Boosts Creative Thinking, Study Finds [Video]Minecraft Boosts Creative Thinking, Study Finds

Got writer’s block? Trying to think of new innovative ideas at work? Try Minecraft. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:09Published

NYC Adding Protections After Study Finds Misconduct By Taxi Medallion Brokers [Video]NYC Adding Protections After Study Finds Misconduct By Taxi Medallion Brokers

Medallion brokers will be required to disclose potential conflicts of interest to drivers and to the Taxi and Limousine Commission. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.

Credit: CBS 2 New York     Duration: 00:29Published

HealthWatch: Women & Alcohol; Social Media May Benefit Mental Health Of Adults [Video]HealthWatch: Women & Alcohol; Social Media May Benefit Mental Health Of Adults

A new study finds that quitting alcohol could improve a woman's quality of life and social media may help mental health of adults.

Credit: WBZ CBS Boston     Duration: 02:26Published

Risk Of Still-Birth Increases With Every Week Past 37 Weeks, Study Finds [Video]Risk Of Still-Birth Increases With Every Week Past 37 Weeks, Study Finds

Scientists say women should not be alarmed since the increased risk is still low.

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What how you spend your money says about who you are

If you are what you spend, your habits may reveal whether you're neurotic, agreeable or extroverted, study finds
CBS News - Published

Ending Financial Help for Specialty Drug Co-pays Cuts Patient Use of Medications, AJMC® Study Finds

ending financial help for specialty drug co-pays cuts patient use of medications, ajmc® study finds
CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ending Financial Help for Specialty Drug Co-pays Cuts Patient Use of Medications, AJMC® Study Finds
Business Wire - Published

Study Finds Risk of Injury Deaths Among Children Greatest for Infants

WEBSTER, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A study funded by Fundación MAPFRE finds that infants, defined as children younger than 1 year of age, have the highest unintentional (accidental) injury death rate..
Business Wire - Published

Women like porn just as much as men, study finds

Women are equally as aroused by watching porn as men, despite the popular belief that men are more turned on by it than women, a new study has found. The research is titled “Neural substrates of..
PinkNews - Published Also reported by •Independent

'Landscape of fear': Human presence alone has lethal effect on large predators, study finds

Pumas, bobcats and skunks hunt drastically less​ if humans are around
Independent - Published

Parts of the Marshall Islands are more radioactive than Chernobyl and Fukushima, study finds

parts of the marshall islands are more radioactive than chernobyl and fukushima, study finds
(CNN)Radiation levels across parts of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean, where the United States tested nuclear bombs during the Cold War, are higher than areas contaminated by the Chernobyl..
WorldNews - Published

People diagnosed with prediabetes more likely to return to normal blood sugar levels, study finds


newKerala.com - Published

Average weight of cats on the rise, Guelph study finds

A new first-of-its-kind study from researchers at the University of Guelph has looked at when and how much weight a cat gains over its lifespan. The study looked at data from more than 19 million cats.
CBC.ca - Published

Insurance linked to hospitals' decision to transfer kids with mental health emergencies

A national study finds differences in the decisions to admit or transfer children with mental health emergencies based on the patients' insurance type. Children without insurance are more likely to be..
Science Daily - Published

Salt regulation among saltmarsh sparrows evolved in 4 unique ways

A new study finds that different bird species in the same challenging environment -- the highly saline ecosystem of tidal marshes along ocean shores -- were able to evolve unique species-specific ways..
Science Daily - Published

Intranasal sufentanil as good as IV morphine for emergency pain relief, study finds

In patients presenting to an emergency department with severe traumatic pain, intranasal sufentanil was as good as standard-of-care intravenous morphine for pain relief, according to a new study.
Science Daily - Published

Anti-starvation trick that saved our ancestors may underlie obesity epidemic

A molecular 'trick' that kept our ancient ancestors from starving may now be contributing to the obesity epidemic, a new study finds.
Science Daily - Published

Older women who never worked far worse on memory tests, study finds 


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Slug, a stem cell regulator, keeps breast cells healthy by promoting repair of DNA damage

A new biomedical research study finds a transcription factor called Slug contributes to breast cell fitness by promoting efficient repair of DNA damage. The absence of Slug leads to unresolved DNA..
Science Daily - Published

Vast majority of dietary supplements don't improve heart health or put off death, study finds

In a massive new analysis of findings from 277 clinical trials using 24 different interventions, researchers say they have found that almost all vitamin, mineral and other nutrient supplements or diets..
Science Daily - Published

NTT DATA Global Study Finds 61% of Financial Services and Insurance Companies Plan to Move Away from Traditional Business Models

ntt data global study finds 61% of financial services and insurance companies plan to move away from traditional business models
PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NTT DATA Global Study Finds 61% of Financial Services and Insurance Companies Plan to Move Away from Traditional Business Models.
Business Wire - Published

Study finds dramatic 74pc increase in youth vaping in Canada


newKerala.com - Published

Radiation levels in Marshall Islands higher than Fukushima, Chernobyl, study finds

Radiation levels across the Marshall Islands in the central Pacific Ocean, where the United States conducted more than 65 nuclear tests during the Cold War, are still alarmingly high — even higher..
FOXNews.com - Published

Ground-breaking anorexia study finds condition isn't just psychiatric - it's metabolic

ground-breaking anorexia study finds condition isn't just psychiatric - it's metabolic
Anorexia nervosa isn’t just a psychiatric condition – it is a metabolic one, too, according to fresh research
Tamworth Herald - Published

Medical cannabis a potential treatment for cannabis addiction, study finds

The lead researcher said this first-of-its-kind study showed promise for the future treatment of cannabis dependence.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Elephant extinction in Africa would 'speed up climate crisis by letting more greenhouse gases escape'

Wiping out animals could mean 7 per cent more carbon released but conserving them would be worth £34bn in CO2 storage, study finds
Independent - Published

LGBT people may be more likely to have memory problems, study finds

A study has found that LGBT+ people have higher rates of memory loss and confusion, two early signs of dementia. Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, found LGBT+ people from..
PinkNews - Published

Vadodara youth on high, 38% addicted to liquor

There’s a wry twist to Gujarat’s ‘dry’ status, especially after a study finds that 38% youth from state’s Sanskaari Nagari are booze lovers
IndiaTimes - Published

UK remains prime target for telephone scammers, report shows

Level of inbound fraud similar to that of Tunisia, Somalia and Cuba, BICS study finds
FT.com - Published

New Study Finds Jewelry Theft Or Loss During Travel Has Doubled


newKerala.com - Published

Running with your arms bent does not make you go any faster than with straight arms, Harvard study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

No-deal Brexit will cost £22bn a year to compensate businesses, landmark analysis reveals

Exclusive: Boris Johnson claimed bill would be 'vanishingly inexpensive' - but study finds it would be more than half of England's schools budget
Independent - Published

Canada's top researcher positions continue to lack diversity, U of A study finds

University faculty holding prestigious research roles at Canadian universities are still overwhelmingly white and male, despite diversity and inclusion initiatives, researchers say.
CBC.ca - Published

Porn produces same amount of carbon dioxide as whole of Belgium, study finds

Digital sector needs to be heavily scrutinised in light of urgent need to reduce emissions
Independent - Published

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