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More than 1 million US children were victims of identity theft or fraud in 2017, study finds

more than 1 million us children were victims of identity theft or fraud in 2017, study finds
Over 1 million US children had their identities stolen in 2017, according to a new study. Even more worrisome, two-thirds of child identity fraud victims are younger than eight years old.
MailOnline

Childhood obesity is giving more girls irregular periods, study finds

childhood obesity is giving more girls irregular periods, study finds
A study by researchers at University of Colorado found that 20 percent of girls with type two diabetes have irregular periods, indicating the possibility of serious reproductive problems.
MailOnline

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News video: Study Finds California Will Experience Increased Weather Volatility

Study Finds California Will Experience Increased Weather Volatility 02:24

California has bounced from its worst drought ever, to record flooding to devastating wildfires, and now a new study says it will only get worse over the next several decades. Mary Lee reports...
Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -

News video: Full day preschool can lead to higher test scores

Full day preschool can lead to higher test scores 01:49

A new study finds that a full day at preschool can lead to higher test scores in the future. Nikki Battiste reports.
Source: CBS News -

News video: Ask Dr. Nandi: Can more coffee lead to less liver damage? Study finds link

Ask Dr. Nandi: Can more coffee lead to less liver damage? Study finds link 02:13

Many people love their morning coffee as it wakes them up and gets them going. But coffee may do more than just perk you up, it could protect your liver if you drink alcohol.
Source: Rumble -

News video: Study Finds Small Amounts Of Low-THC Weed Can Help Sadness

Study Finds Small Amounts Of Low-THC Weed Can Help Sadness 00:51

A new study suggests that it might take just one puff of cannabis to quickly if temporarily dull depression, depending on the strain. But researchers also found that smoking weed for too long might..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Most Relationships Start with Bad Sex, Study Finds

Most Relationships Start with Bad Sex, Study Finds 01:12

Six in 10 Americans admit to starting a relationship off with terrible sex—new study suggests. A study conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Pure Romance examined the first-time sex habits and..
Source: SWNS STUDIO -

 

Bacteria taints 71 percent of commonly used medical scopes, study finds

The study found problems in scopes used for colonoscopies, lung procedures, kidney stone removal and other routine operations — and not just the duodenoscopes tied to at least 35 deaths in the U.S...
Seattle Times

People who eat breakfast gain less weight over time, study finds 

people who eat breakfast gain less weight over time, study finds 
Many skip their first meal in a bid to cut down on calories, including actress Joanna Lumley, but a Mayo Clinic study of 350 adults has shown that short-term tactic is flawed in the long-run.
MailOnline

Saturn may be the missing piece in the puzzle of Jupiter's moons

Saturn may have played a key role in the birth of Jupiter's largest moons, a new study finds.
FOXNews.com

Trump Voters Driven by Fear of Losing Status, Not Economic Anxiety, Study Finds

A new study suggests that the white, Christian and male voters who supported Donald J. Trump were driven by concerns over losing their privilege.
NYTimes.com

Toothache 'causes paracetamol overdoses'

toothache 'causes paracetamol overdoses'
People with dental pain are risking liver damage by overdosing on paracetamol, a study finds.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Body fat immune cells help protect against cold, study finds

TCD-led findings could have significant effects on treatment of obesity
Irish Times

Building near commuter rail could transform Gateway Cities, says MassINC

Vacant land surrounding commuter rail stops in Gateway Cities has the potential to house approximately 140,000 people and create a similar number of new jobs. But improvements to commuter rail service..
bizjournals

Africa:Africa Loses Billions Due to High Cost of Remittances

[Deutsche Welle] Billions of dollars in remittances flowed to Africa in 2017. The money could go further if it wasn't more expensive to send money to Africa than anywhere else in the world, a new World..
allAfrica.com Also reported by •Deutsche Welle

Research from Ponemon Institute and ObserveIT Reveals Insider Threat Incidents Increasing in Frequency and Cost

Study finds the average cost of an insider-related incident over a 12-month period is $8.76 million ObserveIT, the leading insider threat management provider with more than 1,700 customers around ...
FinanzNachrichten.de

ATAR scaling wiping out HSC languages, study finds

The ATAR scaling system has contributed to the decline of HSC languages that are more often studied by students in low socio-economic high schools.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Cooked': Study finds Great Barrier Reef transformed by mass bleaching

Corals in the Great Barrier Reef have a lower tolerance to heat stress than expected, contributing to a permanent change of species mix, researchers found.
Brisbane Times

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