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One in Five Teens Lose Sleep Over Social Media: Study

One in Five Teens Lose Sleep Over Social Media: Study

Is Social Media Affecting Teenagers’ Health?...

7 hours ago

2015 Middle East Dust Storm was Triggered by Changing Climate, Study Reveals

2015 Middle East Dust Storm was Triggered by Changing Climate, Study Reveals

The giant dust storm was initially attributed to civil war in Syria...

2 days ago, 11:14am CST

Instagram Maybe Promoting Hookah Use: Study

Instagram Maybe Promoting Hookah Use: Study

Despite its harmful effects, the use of hookah has increased in the US and is being promoted through Instagram, a study has fo...

2 days ago, 10:14pm CST

Eating Chili Pepper could Help you Live Longer: Study

Eating Chili Pepper could Help you Live Longer: Study

People who consume red hot chili pepper have 13% lower risk of premature death compared to those who do not...

3 days ago, 1:23pm CST

Northeast US is Warming Faster than Rest of the World: Study

Northeast US is Warming Faster than Rest of the World: Study

Northeastern US is projected to cross 2 degree C warming threshold around 20 years earlier than global average...

3 days ago, 8:30am CST

UCLA Study Finds Sushi Served in LA Restaurants is Mislabeled

UCLA Study Finds Sushi Served in LA Restaurants is Mislabeled

Researchers have found that sushi served in several Los Angeles eateries does not match what is written on the menu. The fraud...

4 days ago, 4:00pm CST

NASA to Send Two Missions to Study Mysterious Asteroids in the Early Solar System

NASA to Send Two Missions to Study Mysterious Asteroids in the Early Solar System

NASAs two space missions will reveal information about metallic asteroids of the early solar system...

Jan 5 2017, 7:13am CST

NASA, s New Space Mission will Study Black Holes and Other Extreme Objects

NASA's New Space Mission will Study Black Holes and Other Extreme Objects

The mission is expected to launch in 2020 and could help solve longstanding mysteries of the universe...

Jan 4 2017, 12:32am CST

Languages are Still a Barrier to the Transfer of Scientific Knowledge, Study Finds

Languages are Still a Barrier to the Transfer of Scientific Knowledge, Study Finds

New study says languages are creating hurdles for global science even today...

Jan 1 2017, 9:23am CST

New Study Warns of Risks from Taking Magic Mushrooms

New Study Warns of Risks from Taking Magic Mushrooms

New study highlights the risks associated with Psilocybin, also known as magic mushrooms...

Dec 31 2016, 2:46pm CST

Iron Deficiency Anemia May Cause Hearing Loss, Says Study

Iron Deficiency Anemia May Cause Hearing Loss, Says Study

New study finds a startling connection between low levels of iron and hearing loss...

Dec 30 2016, 10:53pm CST

Cavemen may have Used Toothpicks, Says Study

Cavemen may have Used Toothpicks, Says Study

Dental analysis of 1.2-million-year-old tooth also yields new information about what ancient hominins used to eat...

Dec 29 2016, 9:12am CST

Study Reveals How Galapagos Islands Developed their Unique Biodiversity

Study Reveals How Galapagos Islands Developed their Unique Biodiversity

The critical event that caused a biological explosion in the Galápagos occured when the Equatorial Undercurrent began colliding...

Dec 25 2016, 5:56am CST

Almost 10,000 Metric Tons of Plastic Enter Great Lakes Every Year: Study

Almost 10,000 Metric Tons of Plastic Enter Great Lakes Every Year: Study

Half of the plastic pollution or 5,000 metrics tons per year goes into Lake Michigan...

Dec 24 2016, 12:03am CST

NASA Uses Space Laser to Study Planktons in Polar Regions

NASA Uses Space Laser to Study Plankton in Polar Regions

Space laser shed more light on polar food webs...

Dec 21 2016, 12:49pm CST

Japan Launches ERG Satellite to Study Earth’s Radiation Belts

Japan Launches ERG Satellite to Study Earth’s Radiation Belts

New Japanese spacecraft will help scientists in understanding the near earth environment with radiations.The Exploration of ene...

Dec 21 2016, 5:41am CST

Patients Treated by Female Doctors are Less Likely to Die Prematurely: Study

Patients Treated by Female Doctors are Less Likely to Die Prematurely: Study

Patients have better survival rates and lower chances of being hospitilized again if they are treated by female doctors...

Dec 19 2016, 2:28pm CST

Hiking in Protected Areas Negatively Impacts Wildlife, Study Finds

Hiking in Conservation Areas Negatively Impacts Wildlife, Study Finds

Outdoor recreation activities can cause disturbance to wildlife in protected areas and natural reserves...

Dec 19 2016, 7:31am CST

Most Common Outer Planets Likely Neptune-Mass: Study

Most Common Outer Planets Likely Neptune-Mass: Study

A new study found by gravitational micro lensingshows that Neptune-mass worlds are the most common type of planet that exist in...

Dec 16 2016, 7:47am CST

Reindeer are Shrinking with Warming Temperatures, Study Finds

Reindeer are Shrinking with Warming Temperatures, Study Finds

Climate change is likely responsible for the smaller size of reindeer...

Dec 13 2016, 12:54am CST

Global Methane Emissions Growing Faster Now: Study

Global Methane Emissions Growing Faster Now: Study

While the growth of carbon dioxide emissions has flattened out in recent years, global concentrations of methane, a powerful gr...

Dec 12 2016, 12:15am CST

Wind turbines may favour growing condition of crops, says study

Wind turbines may favour growing condition of crops, says study

Corn and soyabeans that are close to wind turbines grow in more favourable conditions as turbulence created by wind influences...

Dec 11 2016, 5:59pm CST

Bacterium in Undercooked Chicken Causes Paralysis: Study

Bacterium in Undercooked Chicken Causes Paralysis: Study

US researchers have identified a bacterium, commonly found in undercooked chicken, that may cause Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS)...

Dec 11 2016, 8:39am CST

Pets can be Valuable for People with Mental Health Problems, Says Study

Pets can be Valuable for People with Mental Health Problems, Says Study

Cats, dogs and birds can help people deal with serious mental illnesses...

Dec 11 2016, 6:33am CST

Mysterious Avalanche in Tibet was Caused by Climate Change, Study Finds

Mysterious Avalanche in Tibet was Caused by Climate Change, Study Finds

New analysis suggests that presence of meltwater inside the Tibetan glacier let go tons of ice hurtling down to a valley below,...

Dec 9 2016, 10:40pm CST

Saturn Moons younger than previously thought: Study

Saturn Moons younger than previously thought: Study

Saturn's moons may be younger than previously thought, says a study based on freshly-harvested data from NASA's Cassini mission...

Dec 8 2016, 12:22am CST

Polar Bears Population will Decline by 30% by Mid-Century, Study Estimates

Polar Bear Population will Decline by More Than 30% by Mid-Century, Study Estimates

Melting Arctic ice could disappear a third of polar bear popultion in the next 35 years...

Dec 7 2016, 6:50am CST

Facebook, Twitter can help manage depression: Study

Facebook, Twitter can help manage depression: Study

While frequency and duration of online social networking may have a negative effect on mental health outcomes, a new study sugg...

Nov 29 2016, 7:30pm CST

HIV Vaccine Efficacy Study begins in South Africa

HIV Vaccine Efficacy Study begins in South Africa

The first HIV vaccine efficacy study in seven years has begun in South Africa to test whether a modified vaccine candidate can...

Nov 28 2016, 10:17pm CST

Study Explains Why Astronauts Suffer Eye Impairment after Long Space Missions

Study Explains Why Astronauts Suffer Visual Impairment after Long Space Missions

The eye problems of astronauts are linked to changes in the volume of clear fluid...

Nov 28 2016, 9:57am CST

Groundbreaking Study Discovers Over 1,400 New Viruses

Groundbreaking Study Discovers Over 1,400 New Viruses

Humans are surrounded by numerous viruses but fortunately most of them do not transmit diseases...

Nov 26 2016, 8:01am CST

Google Glass is Helping Scientists to Study Brain Disease

Google Glass is Helping Scientists to Study Brain Disease

Using Google Glass, Siberian scientists are developing a prototype of a model to study an individual's proneness to certain br...

Nov 25 2016, 12:11am CST

Coconut Crab Pinches Harder than any Crustacean, Study Finds

Coconut Crab Pinches Harder than any Crustacean, Study Finds

The force exerted by largest coconut crab is even greater than the bite force of most land predators...

Nov 24 2016, 12:04am CST

Gravity Sensors can Predict Earthquakes Faster than Current Methods: Study

Gravity Sensors can Predict Earthquakes Faster than Current Methods: Study

The detection of subtle gravitational changes may offer people a little more time to prepare for a quake...

Nov 23 2016, 11:25am CST

Google Glass Head-up display Tech Dangerous for Drivers: Study

Google Glass Head-up display Tech Dangerous for Drivers: Study

Head-up display technology -- think Google Glass -- offers lots of information to users in seconds, literally in front of thei...

Nov 23 2016, 5:18am CST

Study Finds Widespread Land Losses from 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

Study Finds Widespread Land Losses from 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

A shoreline alonside a bay in Louisiana experienced widespread land erosion after oil spill incident in 2010...

Nov 21 2016, 6:52am CST

Smoking E-Cigarettes Kills Mouth Cells, Study Suggests

Smoking E-Cigarettes Kills Mouth Cells, Study Suggests

The death of mouth cells can increase the risk of gum disease and microbial infection...

Nov 20 2016, 11:52am CST

Fracking can Cause Earthquakes, Study Finds

Fracking can Cause Earthquakes, Study Finds

Researchers have found a direct link between earthquakes occured in Fox Creek and hydraulic fracturing...

Nov 19 2016, 2:20am CST

More than 1 Billion People are Living with High Blood Pressure Worldwide, Study Finds

More than 1 Billion People are Living with High Blood Pressure Worldwide, Study Finds

The prevalence of high blood pressure has dropped sharply in high-income countries while a rise has been observed in many low a...

Nov 16 2016, 11:31am CST

Gut Microbes Influence Major Eye Disease and Vision Loss, Study Finds

Gut Microbes Influence Major Eye Disease and Vision Loss, Study Finds

Gut bacteria that are brought on by high fat diet can aggravate diseases like wet AMD...

Nov 16 2016, 7:58am CST