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10-03-2022
Social media increases depression risk across all personalities
Young adults who are most active on social media are much more likely to develop depression, according to a new study from the University of Arkansas. The experts found that excessive social media use was linked to depression regardless of individual personality traits. “Previous research has linked the development of depression with numerous factors,” wrote the study authors. “However, the literature has been lacking in studies that focus on how various personality characteristics may interact with social media use and depression. This new study addressed these important...
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05-26-2017
Fitness trackers found to provide inaccurate calorie burn data
Wristband fitness trackers such as Fitbit and Apple Watch accurately...
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05-26-2017
Over watering lawns lost Los Angeles 70 billion gallons of water
The over watering of trees and lawns caused Los Angeles...
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05-26-2017
Why climate change will make sleep more difficult
Warmer nights as a result of climate change will cause...
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05-26-2017
Why day drinking feels different than drinking at night
As the summer season approaches, many people plan to enjoy...
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05-26-2017
Study: Diesel fuel pollution linked to heart damage
Diesel pollution can cause heart damage, according to a new...
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05-25-2017
New discovery explains cause of baldness, hair loss
New discovery explains cause of baldness, hair loss. A new...
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05-25-2017
Prehistoric hunter-gatherers and farmers were closely acquainted
The Neolithic Transition, also known as the Agricultural Revolution, is...
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05-25-2017
How the brain controls impulses to make good decisions
Researchers have mapped the changes in the the brain that...
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05-25-2017
Human babies and monkey babies learn how to vocalize the same way
When babies first begin to babble and make sounds, vocal...
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05-25-2017
Study: Fathers treat daughters differently than sons
Fathers are more attentive to their toddler daughters than they...
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05-25-2017
Eating chocolate can prevent irregular heartbeat
Eating chocolate can lower the risk of atrial fibrillation, a...
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05-24-2017
How your brain can fast-forward to predict future events
The main visual area of human brain not only allows...
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