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10-20-2021
Moderate sleep reduces the risk of cognitive decline
According to a new study led by the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, like many other things in life, sleep is best in moderation. Through a longitudinal study of older adults, scientists have discovered that both short and long sleepers experience greater cognitive decline than people who sleep moderately. Both poor sleep and Alzheimer’s disease are associated with cognitive decline. Thus, separating the effects of each has proven challenging. By tracking the cognitive functioning of a group of 100 older adults over 4.5 years...
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11-02-2016
Human nutrition's carbon footprint analyzed by resultant greenhouse gas
Human nutrition's carbon footprint was analyzed by scientists at Australia’s...
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11-02-2016
Social networking helps scientists boost landscape data
Social networking helps scientists: researchers turn to Instagram and Flickr...
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11-02-2016
New genetically engineered potatoes approved by USDA
Genetically engineered potatoes have been approved by U.S. Dept of...
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11-01-2016
Golfers beware – new golf course fungal disease
Golfers beware – a new golf course fungal disease is...
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10-31-2016
Vermont windfarm opposition
Vermont windfarm opposition forms. An emotional debate is underway in the...
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10-29-2016
Paleolithic decorating tips revealed
Paleolithic decorating tips have been revealed in a new study...
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10-28-2016
Tips for avoiding breathing air pollution
Air pollution inhalation avoidance suggestions were outlined by scientists today....
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10-28-2016
Are you ready to eat edible bugs?
Are you ready to eat edible bugs? The future of...
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