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More than half of pregnant women in Somerset are overweight or obese, study finds

more than half of pregnant women in somerset are overweight or obese, study finds
Obese and overweight pregnant women are three times more likely to develop gestational diabetes
Shepton Mallet Journal - Published Also reported by •Frome StandardCentral Somerset GazetteCheddar Valley Gazette

Thousands of children exposed to social media gambling adverts, study finds

More than a quarter of those interacting with e-sports gambling ads likely to be under 16s, researchers say
Independent - Published

Tourism, Hawaii's biggest industry, is lowest-paying in the country, study finds

Although the hospitality and tourism industries generated more than $1 trillion across the United States in 2018 — including $2.7 billion in state tax revenue in Hawaii alone — its workers get paid..
bizjournals - Published

Hackers Can Figure Out Passwords From Sound Of Typing, Study Finds

hackers can figure out passwords from sound of typing, study finds
Hackers can figure out a person’s password by simply listening to them type on a keyboard, according to a new cyber security study, The Independent reports. Using the microphone found on a..
WorldNews - Published

Click-and-collect is too much hassle for shoppers as new study finds one in seven items are not collected - Published

Study finds US carriers aggressively throttle video streams

US carriers engage in far more aggressive throttling practices than they've led their subscribers to believe, claims a new study. Verizon (Engadget's parent company), AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have..
engadget - Published

Roadmap for detecting changes in ocean due to climate change

When will we see significant changes in the ocean due to climate change? A new study finds that some changes are noticeable already, while others will take up to a century.
Science Daily - Published

Study finds connection between using emoji and having sex

Recent studies suggest that frequent use of emoji with a potential partner is linked to more active and successful romance. A pair of studies examined attitudes toward emoji use in interpersonal..
Mashable - Published

MDMA treatment for alcohol is safe, study finds - Published

Children make people happier – but only once they've left home, study finds

People with adult sons and daughters have more freedom as they have a support network to look after them
Independent - Published

Hurricanes help aggressive spiders spread, study finds

Colonies produced more eggs and had more spiderlings survive into early winter, researchers say
Independent - Published

Study linking mother's fluoride exposure to lower IQ scores in kids raises questions

A study finds that mothers' consumption of fluoride during pregnancy might be associated with lower IQ scores in young children. - Published

Terry O’Quinn Joins Cast of ABC’s ‘Emergence’

terry o’quinn joins cast of abc’s ‘emergence’
“Lost” star Terry O’Quinn has joined the cast of ABC’s upcoming “Emergence” series in a recurring role. O’Quinn will play Richard Kindred, described as a self-made billionaire who’s..
The Wrap - Published

Even small reductions in nation's salt intake result in enormous health benefits, study finds

Though this urine-testing method is more expensive and time consuming, it produces more accurate results stating a direct linear relationship between salt intake and risk of death
Independent - Published

TryMyUI Study Finds Sen. Harris Is Winning the Web Design Primary - Published

7 things to know today and this industry's workers are lowest-paid

Good morning, Orlando! Travel and tourism in the U.S. generated more than $1 trillion last year, but a new study finds it’s the lowest-paying industry in the country. In looking at salaries across..
bizjournals - Published

New study finds kimchi could 'reverse baldness'

new study finds kimchi could 'reverse baldness'
New research shows that Korean delicacy kimchi could reverse hair loss in men, adding to a list of health benefits claimed by the popular fermented dish.Researchers at a Seoul university studied 23..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Social media can make children more likely to have eating disorders because it makes them more impulsive, study finds - Published

Hackers can work out your online passwords just from the sound of your keystrokes, study finds - Published

Shale’s Dark Side: Methane Emissions Are Soaring

A new study finds that shale oil and gas is behind the global rise in methane pollution over the past decade, a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. The study, published in Biogeosciences, was.. - Published

Taxes will ground Chicago casino, but taking a flier on airport slots could pay off, study finds

Chicago S-T - Published

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 — injecting the trunks — holds some promise. - Published

Study finds decline in racial gap in federal criminal sentences; ethnicity gap varies with citizenship

Disparities in sentencing based on race are on the decline, according to a new study. Ryan King, one of the study authors and a sociology…
ABA Journal - Published

Call for Government to act after study finds most packaged food unhealthy

call for government to act after study finds most packaged food unhealthy
The biggest independent study to date of packaged food on supermarket shelves has found most of it is unhealthy.More than two-thirds was classified as "ultra-processed" and half were not foods that are..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Renewable energy can generate billions of dollars in health benefits, study finds

renewable energy can generate billions of dollars in health benefits, study finds
Photo by Duane Prokop/Getty Images for Ten states across the Midwest and Great Lakes region of the US could see $4.7 billion in health benefits in 2030 if they stick with current..
The Verge - Published

Study finds relatives financially abuse elders more than strangers - Published

Mutations linked to familial pancreatic cancer

A new study finds genetic mutations associated with hereditary forms of pancreatic cancer and mechanism by which these mutations may contribute to the development of tumors.
Science Daily - Published

Controlling blood pressure may help ward off dementia

More than 100 million Americans are being treated for high blood pressure. A new study finds keeping blood pressure in check could lower the risk of developing dementia. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS..
CBS News - Published

Babies born prematurely by just three weeks in summer months more likely to fall behind in school, study finds - Published

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