Tag: scientific study
A Canadian study finds that young people are more receptive to harm-reduction messages encouraging dialogue than zero-tolerance approaches to drugs and alcohol.
Scientists discover sun bears are able to mimic another bear's facial expressions in a subtle type of communication.
The Global Environment Outlook report depicts a widening gap between rich and poor countries and the effects the developed world has on the developing.
Researchers say diabetes risk rises by about 16% for an increase of 10 microgrammes per cubic metre in long-term PM2.5 particle exposure.
American researchers find that moderate muscle mass appears to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 32%.
American researchers find that any amount of smoking – even just one cigarette a day – appears to double sudden infant death risks.
Climatologist Maisa Rojas says time is running short for countries to prepare their agricultural sectors for the drastic effects of climate change.
Researchers found various vascular risks factors are linked to greater brain shrinkage, less grey matter and less healthy white matter.
Canadian researchers find that having a bedroom TV at age four is linked to significantly poorer physical and mental health later in childhood.
American researchers found moderate drinkers are 53% more likely to have stage 1 hypertension and twice as likely to have stage 2 hypertension compared with non-drinkers.
The Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay diet is linked to a 19% reduced risk of developing mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
The findings of a research study show that in men, endogenous testosterone was associated with a higher risk of blood clots and heart failure, but not heart attack.
Professor Albert Tenesa says the study suggests people tend to pick partners for traits related to disease and longevity.
Including a partner in a social media post seemingly validates the relationship and makes them feel cared for and included.
Researcher notes a link between poor health and loneliness and suggests participating in community and volunteer programmes to stay healthy.
Researchers find that low does of atovaquone completely kills malaria parasites in mosquitoes.
The British study found that generally, older workers, smokers, and those who earned the least with minimal job control were more depressed.
Scientists say that humanity cannot afford to ignore evidence as satellite records prove man-made climate change.
British study finds that plastic cups contain a high level of bacteria even after being thoroughly cleaned.
A few years ago, two researchers took the 50 most-used ingredients in a cook book and studied how many had been linked with a cancer risk or benefit, based on a variety of studies published in scientific journals.