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12-01-2022
Kids who play sports have more "grit" to succeed as adults
In a recent study from Ohio State University, experts report that organized sports help kids develop the “grit” they need to overcome challenges later in life.  According to the researchers, grit is defined as the combination of passion and perseverance that helps people achieve their long-term goals. The study reveals that adults score higher on a measurement of grit if they played sports as a kid.  Study lead author Emily Nothnagle said the results suggest that the lessons children learn in sports can have a positive impact...
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12-07-2022
COVID-19 reinfection increases the risk of fatal complications
Many people worldwide are experiencing repeat SARS-CoV-2 infections, but the...
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12-06-2022
Beer could help protect against Alzheimer’s disease
Beer is one of the oldest and most popular alcoholic...
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12-05-2022
Primates have greater diversity on Indigenous lands
A new study has confirmed that primate diversity is greater...
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12-03-2022
Bumblebees are waking up too early from hibernation
As climate change drives hotter temperatures worldwide, spring is arriving...
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12-02-2022
Lack of sleep impacts brain development in children
For young children, a lack of sleep has detrimental effects...
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12-02-2022
Drinking water quality will suffer from climate change
The quality of drinking water will suffer as forests disappear...
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11-30-2022
Plants reprogram their cells to fight pathogens
During war, factories often retool to support the needs of...
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11-30-2022
Marmosets practice crying out for help before they're born
A remarkable new study published in the journal eLife reveals...
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11-29-2022
Open water is accelerating ocean acidification in the Arctic
The chemistry of the Arctic Ocean has been rapidly changing,...
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11-28-2022
Greater temperature changes linked to worse extinction events
In a recent study from Tohoku University, Professor Kunio Kaiho...
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11-23-2022
Covid-19 could have long-term effects on the brain
According to a series of new studies presented at Neuroscience...
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11-21-2022
COVID-19 deaths linked to unhealthy lifestyles
In a new study from the John Ochsner Heart and...
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