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Women still face barriers to breastfeed at work

2 days ago

Despite the protections in place to support breastfeeding for employees, the burden still falls on working mothers to advocate…
Researchers propose ‘Human Screenome Project’ to study the impacts and promises of digital media

January 16, 2020

As digital devices become ubiquitous in the world, so have concerns about the harmful effects of screen-related behaviors.…
College students use more marijuana in states where it’s legal, but they binge drink less

January 14, 2020

Marijuana use among college students has been trending upward for years, but in states that have legalized recreational…
Baby and adult brains ‘sync up’ during play

January 10, 2020

A team of Princeton researchers has conducted the first study of how baby and adult brains interact during…
JUUL Delivers Substantially More Nicotine than Previous Generation E-Cigs and Cigarettes

January 7, 2020

JUUL Also Impairs Blood Vessel Function Similar to Cigarette Smoke, UCSF Researchers Find. JUUL delivers substantially more nicotine…
People are trusting virtual assistants way too much

January 3, 2020

Virtual assistants are everywhere nowadays. But have you ever wondered why? They are pretty much free or very…
Genes and wealth of parents allow predicting child’s academic success at birth

January 2, 2020

You want your children to be successful. You want them to be smart and get good grades in…
Science seeks a better way to measure stress, anxiety and depression

December 30, 2019

Doctors and researchers are equipped with objective tests to detect and measure many serious illnesses. But when it…
The illusion of the year 2019 – which way is this shape spinning?

December 23, 2019

Neural Correlate Society is a non-profit organization, promoting scientific research into the neural correlates of perception and cognition.…
Brains of teens with mental illness may be wired differently, study suggests

December 23, 2019

New research by University of Alberta neuroscientists shows that the brains of adolescents struggling with mental health issues…
How should businesses convince seasonal workers to come back next year?

December 21, 2019

Many businesses like coffee shops, restaurants, seaside entertainment areas and such, hire seasonal workers. This is a great…
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Children with HIV score below HIV-negative peers in cognitive, motor function tests

December 19, 2019

Children who acquired HIV in utero or during birth or breastfeeding did not perform as well as their peers…
E-Cigarettes Significantly Raise Risk of Chronic Lung Disease, First Long-Term Study Finds

December 19, 2019

E-cigarette use significantly increases a person’s risk of developing chronic lung diseases like asthma, bronchitis, emphysema or chronic…
New Study Challenges the Idea that Blue Light in the Evening is Disruptive to Sleep

December 17, 2019

Evidence for the idea that exposure to blue light emitted by electronic devices in the evening is detrimental…
Knee-jerk vaping bans will fail public health, experts argue

December 13, 2019

Bans and other policies restricting e-cigarette sales could do more public harm than good, according to a group…
You create your own false information, study finds

December 12, 2019

Along with partisan news outlets and political blogs, there’s another surprising source of misinformation on controversial topics –…
How Major Corporations Can Avert Further Damage To The Environment With Technological Upgrades

December 11, 2019

With climate change talks taking over everywhere around the globe, it is important for massive corporations who have…
The Sense of Meaning in Life Peaks at the Age 60, Study Finds

December 11, 2019

The concept of meaning as it pertains to human lives has been one of the cornerstones of philosophy…
Less sleep linked to teen obesity, poor eating habits and low physical activity

December 11, 2019

Sleep can impact an individual’s health in many ways. University of Minnesota researchers were interested in how much…
‘Safety signals’ may help slow down anxiety

December 11, 2019

For as many as one in three people, life events or situations that pose no real danger can…
Regional trends in overdose deaths reveal multiple opioid epidemics, according to new study

December 11, 2019

The United States is suffering from several different simultaneous opioid epidemics, rather than just a single crisis, according…
Cat or cats? How language rules affect learning in children

December 11, 2019

A new study reveals Italian-speaking children pick up some language rules faster than English-speakers. Learning a language is…
Smart, fast, and fun: the world’s first magnetic bulb socket Magbulb lands on Kickstarter

December 10, 2019

Magbulb, a product that completely changes the ritual of replacing a lightbulb, launched a Kickstarter campaign on December…
‘Seeing others suffer is too stressful’: Why people buy, trade, donate medications on the black market

December 9, 2019

Altruism and a lack of access and affordability are three reasons why people with chronic illnesses turn to…
How to safely bring a Christmas tree home without making a mess?

December 7, 2019

It is Christmas time again and it’s great. You can watch Christmas movies all day, shop for presents…
Cellphone Distraction Linked to Increase in Head Injuries

December 6, 2019

Head and neck injuries incurred while driving or walking with a cellphone are on the rise – and…
‘Depression in pregnancy alters male infant behaviour – but mothers don’t notice’

December 6, 2019

As many as one in four women experience depression and/or anxiety in pregnancy and evidence suggests it can…
Who’s That Girl?

December 6, 2019

Our ability to recognize faces is a complex interplay of neurobiology, environment, and contextual cues. Now a study…
Evidence tells: HIV “Undetectable Equals Untransmittable”

December 6, 2019

Extensive evidence from HIV prevention research studies has firmly established that “Undetectable Equals Untransmittable,” or U=U. This means that…
When depression drives you to drink

December 6, 2019

When you drink, do you get depressed? Or is it the reverse: when you’re depressed, do you drink?…
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