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Plant-based and/or fish (pescatarian) diets may help lower the odds of developing moderate to severe COVID-19 infection, suggest the findings of a six-country study, published in the online journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health.
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Studyum, the Singapore-based blockchain-powered e-learning startup, is announcing a Stage four IDO pre-sale, beginning on the 10th of June, closing on the
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A new study from the University of California, Davis, and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai confirms that surgical masks effectively reduce outgoing airborne particles from talking or coughing, even after allowing for leakage around the edg ...
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Our knowledge of the effect of a specific lack of education on the brain and cognitive development is currently poor but is highly relevant given differences between countries in their educational curricula and the differences in opportunities to acc ...
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A new global study found that while death was uncommon among young COVID-19 patients, symptoms and complications were more prevalent than among youth with influenza.
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A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine finds that bots (large numbers of automated accounts controlled by single users) on Facebook spread malicious COVID-19 misinformation at far greater rates than ordinary users.
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A new study shows that two-thirds of Californians don’t know about a law designed to prevent a person at risk of hurting themselves or others from possessing or purchasing firearms or ammunition. More than 80% of survey participants were su ...
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Sea ice in the coastal regions of the Arctic may be thinning up to twice as fast as previously thought, according to a new modelling study led by UCL researchers.
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Two different rounds of stimulus payments given to Americans over the past several months appear to have made a significant impact on their financial hardship brought on by COVID-19, according to a new study.
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A decade-long study testing 375 eight-week-old puppies found they have ‘human-like social skills’ shortly after birth
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It’s the first state in the country to formally study how to make amends
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Conservatives are less able to distinguish political truths from falsehoods than liberals, mainly because of a glut of right-leaning misinformation, a new national study conducted over six months shows.Researchers found that liberals and conservative ...
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In a Mendelian randomization analysis, Guillaume Butler-Laporte, Tomoki Nakanishi, and colleages study genetic evidence for a relationship between vitamin D and COVID-19 outcomes.
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Although Americans believe the confusion caused by false news is extensive, relatively few indicate having seen or shared it—a discrepancy suggesting that members of the public may not only have a hard time identifying false news but fail to recogn ...
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Study also finds Republicans more likely to fall for fake news than Democrats