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Dr. Scott Gottlieb warned about the potential long-term effects of Covid and pointed to a new study that suggests brain tissue is being destroyed.
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Kraken's CEO Jesse Powell advised Elon Musk to study how Bitcoin mining works more as he believes the asset is a lot greener than people realize.
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The study could lead to changes in how life-saving treatment is administered in hospital.
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One dose of the two-shot COVID-19 vaccine prevented an estimated 95% of new infections among healthcare workers two weeks after receiving the jab, a study published Wednesday by JAMA Network Open found.
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A new study examined both direct and indirect pathways by which preschool teachers' depressive symptoms could influence preschool children's early mathematical skills. The study showed that teachers' depressive symptoms were significantly associated ...
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Facebook is employing some creative new tactics in its extended battle with Apple. A paid academic study concludes that Apple's new privacy policies in iOS 14 are anticompetitive.
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Study finds ‘permafrost’ of small firms that have not met Hampton-Alexander review’s target of women in one-third of roles
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A new study finds that mice-based Alzheimer's research papers that don't mention the word "mice" get 31% more media coverage.
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Rep. Maxine Waters announced a taskforce on Financial Technology that will study crypto and CDBCs an their impact in the US politics.
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Following 2020’s extreme fire season, high-elevation forests in the central Rocky Mountains now are burning more than at any point in the past 2,000 years, according to a new UM study recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of ...
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New study and a review of decades of data pushes the memory clock back over a year, but the study confirms everyone is different   On average the earliest memories that people can recall point back to when they were …
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The Cov-Boost study is testing seven vaccines to see which works best as a third dose.
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A study published online Nov. 2, 2020, by JAMA Network Open found that healthy-weight people ages 50 or older who took a daily 2,000-IU vitamin D supplement had a lower risk for developing advanced...
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If the trend of declining coral growth continues at the current rate, the world's coral reefs may cease calcifying around 2054, a new Southern Cross University study has found. Drawing on research from the late 1960s until now, the paper published i ...
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Purpose The optimal rehabilitation strategy after a unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA) is unclear. This study aims to compare the effect of transitioning from a supervised to a self-management rehabilitation regime by pilot study of patient out ...
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Objectives Several studies show that severe social stressors, e.g., in the form of exposure to workplace bullying in humans, is associated with negative mental health effects such as depression and anxiety among those targeted. However, the understan ...
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Nose and throat samples collected from children with COVID-19 contain as much virus as those taken from infected adults, suggesting they may be just as contagious, a study published Friday by JAMA Pediatrics found.
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A new study finds that married men who don’t help out with the housework tend to earn more, because they have more time to focus on work.
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Lab animals deficient in vitamin D crave and become dependent on opioids, which is curbed when normal levels of the vitamin are restored. Human health records indicate that people with low vitamin D are more likely to use and misuse opioids. Study re ...