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Climate Change Study Finds That Maple Syrup Season May Come Earlier

Once winter nights dip below freezing and the days warm up above freezing sap begins to flow in sugar maples marking the start of the syrup season. U.S. maple syrup production is a global industry,..
Eurasia Review - Published Also reported by •Science Daily

‘Massive Reduction’: US, Canada Have Lost 3 Billion Birds Since 1970, Study Finds


RIA Nov. - Published

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Toxic cocktail of chemicals in tap water could lead to cancer, study finds [Video]Toxic cocktail of chemicals in tap water could lead to cancer, study finds

A toxic cocktail of chemicals in our tap water could lead to cancer – that’s according to a new study by the Environmental Working Group.

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New Study Finds Post-Labor Day School Start Could Benefit The Economy [Video]New Study Finds Post-Labor Day School Start Could Benefit The Economy

The State Comptroller's Office released a new study Thursday that they said shows that starting schools after Labor Day is good for the local economy.

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HealthWatch: Novartis Stops Distribution Of Zantac; Study Finds That Hand Sanitizer May Not Protect You From The Flu [Video]HealthWatch: Novartis Stops Distribution Of Zantac; Study Finds That Hand Sanitizer May Not Protect You From The Flu

Novartis has halted its distribution of its own version of the popular antacid Zantac and a new study finds that hand sanitizer may not protect you from the flu the way you think it does.

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Midmorning With Aundrea - September 19, 2019 (Part 1) [ENCORE PRESENTATION] [Video]Midmorning With Aundrea - September 19, 2019 (Part 1) [ENCORE PRESENTATION]

(Part 1 of 2. Originally aired on September 13, 2019) Break away from your everyday with Aundrea Self! Today, new research suggests that women who use IUD's or birth control may be lowering their risk..

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Children's Miracle Network [Video]Children's Miracle Network

Children's Miracle Network tickets still available.

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Americans Waste This Amount of Food Every Year [Video]Americans Waste This Amount of Food Every Year

Americans throw away 103 pounds of spoiled food from their fridge every single year, according to new research. That's 6,180 pounds over the average adult lifetime. A new study examining the food..

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Most Popular Destinations to Take a 'Beercation' [Video]Most Popular Destinations to Take a 'Beercation'

Beer and wine tourism is on the rise, as seven in 10 Americans have traveled to a destination specifically to sample the alcohol in the region. From the third of Americans who ventured to France..

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Report: Medication Abortions On The Rise. But, What Are They? [Video]Report: Medication Abortions On The Rise. But, What Are They?

A new Guttmacher Institute study finds the continued rise of what is known as medication abortions across the country.

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Air Pollution Particles May Reach Fetuses In Womb, Study Finds [Video]Air Pollution Particles May Reach Fetuses In Womb, Study Finds

New evidence has been found that air pollution can breach a mother's placenta and potentially reach fetuses in the womb, raising the possibility of future health problems. Katie Johnston reports.

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Average Cost Homeowners Pay To Fix Weather Damage [Video]Average Cost Homeowners Pay To Fix Weather Damage

More than four in 10 homeowners have experienced damage to their home from drastic weather changes in the fall and winter, according to a new survey. The survey of 2,000 homeowners found that..

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Study Finds 1 In 16 U.S. Women's First Sexual Experience Is Rape [Video]Study Finds 1 In 16 U.S. Women's First Sexual Experience Is Rape

An analysis of 13,310 U.S. women between 18 and 44 found 6.5% of them were coerced or forced into their first sexual encounter.

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Average American is More Than $7,000 Over Budget [Video]Average American is More Than $7,000 Over Budget

Sticking to a budget can be tough and you're not alone if you agree. According to a new poll, Americans admit to spending $7,429.24 over their budget every year. The research found that, while..

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Top Things Parents Do While The Kids are in School [Video]Top Things Parents Do While The Kids are in School

If you're relieved the kids are back in school, then you're not alone. Sixty-seven percent of parents think children's summer vacation is too long. A new study of 2,000 American parents with..

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Different dog breeds have different brains, study finds [Video]Different dog breeds have different brains, study finds

A recent collaborative study has found that canine breeding may be responsible for varying brain anatomy.

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Genetically modified mosquitoes pass on deadly gene to native mosquitoes, study finds [Video]Genetically modified mosquitoes pass on deadly gene to native mosquitoes, study finds

Researchers from Yale University have found that an experiment to release transgenic mosquitoes in Brazil as a way to reduce the mosquito population has backfired.

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Study Finds Happy Couples Argue Differently Than Others [Video]Study Finds Happy Couples Argue Differently Than Others

Researchers recently found that happy couples argue differently than others.

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1/3 of Americans Think a Toilet Can Spread STDs [Video]1/3 of Americans Think a Toilet Can Spread STDs

A third of Americans incorrectly believe you can get a sexually-transmitted disease (STD) from a public toilet seat, according to new research. A survey of 2,000 sexually-active Americans regarding..

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High-Fat Diets Affect More Than Just Your Physical Appearance, Study Finds [Video]High-Fat Diets Affect More Than Just Your Physical Appearance, Study Finds

High-Fat Diets Affect More Than Just Your Physical Appearance, Study Finds. Researchers at Yale University recently evaluated how the consumption of a diet containing high amounts of fat and..

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Different Dog Breeds Have Different Brains, Study Finds [Video]Different Dog Breeds Have Different Brains, Study Finds

Different Dog Breeds Have Different Brains, Study Finds. A recent collaborative study has found that canine breeding may be responsible for varying brain anatomy. . The study examined brain scans..

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Midmorning With Aundrea - September 13, 2019 (Part 1) [Video]Midmorning With Aundrea - September 13, 2019 (Part 1)

(Part 1 of 2) Break away from your everyday with Aundrea Self! Today, new research suggests that women who use IUD's or birth control may be lowering their risk of developing ovarian cancer. And..

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Parents Ask This Question Over 900 Times a Year [Video]Parents Ask This Question Over 900 Times a Year

American families exchange an average of 10,384 messages a year, according to new research.Within these 10,384 messages a year, parents will text their child: "Where are you?" an average of 989 times,..

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Daytime Naps Once or Twice a Week Can Be Good for Your Heart, Study Finds [Video]Daytime Naps Once or Twice a Week Can Be Good for Your Heart, Study Finds

A new study says just one or two naps per week can reduce the chances of a heart attack.

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Men, Millennials Tip The Worst, Study Finds [Video]Men, Millennials Tip The Worst, Study Finds

Jim Donovan reports.

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The Big Things People Would Give Up For Small Joys [Video]The Big Things People Would Give Up For Small Joys

Is there anything better than taking in a small joy? Whether it's coffee, a walk in the park, or splurging on chips and guac, a recent survey shows that Americans would sacrifice quite a bit for them...

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The Average American Spends This Much on Dating [Video]The Average American Spends This Much on Dating

The average American spends $121,082.40 on dating, in a lifetime, according to new research. The poll of 2,000 Americans found that on average, dating will cost $168.17 a month. But that number..

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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 Environmental Working Group found.
FOXNews.com - Published

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 more than half of these women had to raise the topic..
Reuters - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

CULTIVATED: Canndescent lands new funding, social justice activists versus corporate cannabis, and more.

cultivated: canndescent lands new funding, social justice activists versus corporate cannabis, and more.
*Welcome to Cultivated, our weekly newsletter where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar global cannabis boom. Sign up here to have..
Business Insider - Published

Who Do Americans Trust? The Police More Than Congress, Study Finds

The most trusted leader of them all? The public school principal.
NYTimes.com - Published

‘Sonic weapon’ used on diplomats in Cuba may have been pesticide, study finds

The mysterious high-pitched buzzing sound associated with the so-called "sonic attacks" on nearly 40 U.S. and Canadian diplomats living in Cuba may have been caused by a neurotoxic agent used to kill..
FOXNews.com - Published

Vaping affects blood vessels after just one use, study finds

Healthy non-smokers who vaped just once showed signs of reduced blood flow in their femoral artery
CBS News - Published

Will the ASX 200 ever have its own Amazon or Google?

Recent study finds Australian companies lag behind international peers on innovation. What does this mean for the long-term future of Australian companies?
Motley Fool - Published

"Staggering" decline in America's bird population

Billions of birds are disappearing from our skies. A new study finds that in the U.S. and Canada, the bird population has declined by nearly 30% over the past 50 years. CBS News' Kenneth Craig explains..
CBS News - Published

Wild animals' immune systems decline with age, sheep study finds

It is well established that weakened immune systems in old age affect people's health and fitness, but a study suggests that it is also an issue for wild animals.
Science Daily - Published

Where have the wild birds gone? 3 billion fewer than 1970

WASHINGTON (AP) — A comprehensive study shows there are nearly 3 billion fewer wild birds in North America than in 1970. The new study finds that the bird population in the United States and Canada..
Seattle Times - Published

New Study Finds Americans Believe Journalists Act More Unethically Than Police, Military

new study finds americans believe journalists act more unethically than police, military
New Pew Research polling indicates 66% of American adults think journalists act unethically some or all of the time. Comparatively, 81% believe congresspeople act unethically some or all of the time,..
The Wrap - Published

NTT DATA Study Finds Companies Who Place Employees at the Heart of Their Digital Strategy Yield Even Greater Returns

ntt data study finds companies who place employees at the heart of their digital strategy yield even greater returns
PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research findings by NTT DATA reveal organizations are yielding positive and unexpected returns by keeping employees at the center of their strategy.
Business Wire - Published

A quarter of all LGBT people have been bullied at work, study finds

A quarter of LGBT+ people around the world have experienced bullying in the workplace, a new inclusion study has shown. The Kantar Inclusion Index asked 18,000 people in 14 countries and 24 industries..
PinkNews - Published

Bisexual women seven times more likely to consume medical cannabis daily than heterosexual women, study finds

They are also 'twice as likely to have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders yet often have little contact with service providers,' researcher says
Independent - Published Also reported by •PinkNews

Babies born by caesarean pick up more hospital bacteria, study finds

Moment of birth may 'set the immune system for future life', say researchers
Independent - Published

Method birth affects babies' gut bacteria, study finds

method birth affects babies' gut bacteria, study finds
Babies born vaginally have different gut bacteria than those delivered by caesarean, new research suggests. Scientists discovered that while vaginally born babies got most of their gut bacteria –..
WorldNews - Published

Study finds U.S. abortion rates at all time low

Washington D.C., Sep 18, 2019 / 02:00 pm (CNA).- A new study from a Planned Parenthood thinktank released on Wednesday has found that abortion in the United States have dropped to its lowest rate since..
CNA - Published

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 development of the human immune system, researchers..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Prevalence of screening for social needs

A new study finds that most US physician practices and hospitals report screening patients for at least one social need, a trend that is expected to increase in the future, and that practices that care..
Science Daily - Published

Study Finds 1 In 16 U.S. Women's First Sexual Experience Is Rape

study finds 1 in 16 u.s. women's first sexual experience is rape
Watch VideoA new study published Monday found 6.5% of American women say their first sexual experience was forced or coerced. The study's authors say it "appears to be common," and they estimate it's..
Newsy - Published Also reported by •Al Jazeera

Teachers’ working hours have not changed for 25 years, major new study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Seattle has nation's No. 1 public transit system, study finds (Photos)

Seattle has the best public transportation in the nation, ahead of cities like Boston, Washington, D.C and New York that are known for their mass transit systems, according to a WalletHub study...
bizjournals - Published

AIs use hide-and-seek to learn to tackle problems

Study finds machines battling in complex simulations can learn real-world skills
FT.com - Published

Study finds air pollution reaches placenta during pregnancy

study finds air pollution reaches placenta during pregnancy
WASHINGTON (AP) — A new study suggests when a pregnant woman breathes in air pollution, it can travel beyond her lungs to the placenta that guards her fetus. Pollution composed of tiny particles from..
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •SeattlePI.comSeattle Times

Fans of country music and showtunes are more likely to be bottoms, study finds

If your Spotify is full of country music and show tunes, you’re more statistically likely to be a bottom, according to a study. While those preferring to top are more likely to tune into reggae and..
PinkNews - Published

Soot pollution particles 'cross the placenta'

Particles of black carbon pollution can cross to the fetal side of the placenta, a study finds.
BBC News - Published

Schroders’ Global Investor Study Finds that US Investors’ Ambitions Fail to Reflect Their Actions within Sustainable Investments

schroders’ global investor study finds that us investors’ ambitions fail to reflect their actions within sustainable investments
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Asset manager Schroders today launched its annual Global Investor Study which uncovered Americans' views and actions related to sustainable investing.
Business Wire - Published

Elephant seal 'supermoms' produce most of the population, study finds

Most of the pups born in an elephant seal colony in California over a span of five decades were produced by a relatively small number of long-lived 'supermoms,' according to a new study.
Science Daily - Published

More Than Lyme: Tick Study Finds Multiple Agents Of Tick-Borne Diseases

In a study published in mBio, a journal of the American Society for Microbiology, Jorge Benach and Rafal Tokarz, and their co-authors at Stony Brook University and Columbia University, reported on the..
Eurasia Review - Published Also reported by •Science Daily

Food for Thought: Study Finds Hunger Leads to Poor Decision-Making


RIA Nov. - Published

Study finds link between paracetamol in pregnancy and children's behaviour

study finds link between paracetamol in pregnancy and children's behaviour
The Bristol Children of the 90s study has confirmed the link but can't explain the cause
Bristol Post - Published

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