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Human longevity is rising rapidly all over the world, but are longer lives more satisfied lives? This study suggests that the answer might be no. Despite a substantial increase in months of satisfying life, people’s overall life satisfaction declin ...
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Facebook has funded a study into Apple's new iOS 14 changes regarding user privacy and its new App Tracking Transparency feature. Unsurprisingly, the paper says that Apple's policies harm the entire ecosystem and are just bad for everyone generally.
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The study found that the antibody in question reacts not only to SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, but also SARS-CoV-1, which causes Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).
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The COVID-19 vaccine works for people receiving treatment for cancer, even with a lower immune response than those without the disease, a study published Friday by JAMA Oncology found.
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Corals that withstood a severe bleaching event and were transplanted to a different reef maintained their resilient qualities, according to a new study led by Katie Barott of the University of Pennsylvania.
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People living in deprived, less affluent neighborhoods spent less time indoors at home during lockdown, according to a study that tracked data from millions of mobile phone users across the United States.
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German study comes as country considers giving vaccine to all children aged 12 and over
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A new fungus strain could provide a chemical-free method for eradicating mites that kill honey bees, according to a study led by WSU entomologists.
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A new study finds that tamarins use the "accent" of another monkey species when they enter its territory to help them avoid conflict.
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Aims/hypothesis We determined whether the time of day of exercise training (morning vs evening) would modulate the effects of consumption of a high-fat diet (HFD) on glycaemic control, whole-body health markers and serum metabolomics. Methods In this ...
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A new study suggests that while caffeine does not affect odor function among regular users, it does enhance odor sensitivity among those who do not ...
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A new study looking across a large body of research finds further evidence for the safety of vaccines that are Food and Drug Administration-approved and routinely recommended for children, adults and pregnant women. The meta-analysis does not address ...