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How many push-ups can you do? Study finds men who can do 40 have lower risk of heart disease

Active, middle-aged men who could do more than 40 push-ups in timed test had significantly lower risks for heart problems, according to a new study.
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Childhood gastro linked with coeliac disease, 15-year study finds

Infants who have been sick with a common intestinal virus are more likely to be allergic to gluten later in life, a study has found.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Study finds double the number of people living with MS [Video]Study finds double the number of people living with MS

A new study finds more than twice as many people in the United States are living with the debilitating disease Multiple Sclerosis than previously thought.

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Violent video games don't fuel teen aggression, study finds [Video]Violent video games don't fuel teen aggression, study finds

OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM — Violent video games have long been blamed for triggering aggression in teens, but a new study from the University of Oxford finds that that's not actually the case. A..

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Diet Drinks Linked To Greater Risk Of Early Death In Women Over 50, Study Finds [Video]Diet Drinks Linked To Greater Risk Of Early Death In Women Over 50, Study Finds

The study was published by the American Heart Association.

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Rising temperatures could change the ocean's color, study finds [Video]Rising temperatures could change the ocean's color, study finds

The oceans are expected to become bluer and greener by the end of the end of this century, according to a study published in Nature Communications.

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Crash Rate On I-83 More Than Double Other Md. State Highways, Study Finds [Video]Crash Rate On I-83 More Than Double Other Md. State Highways, Study Finds

The study also found that there were nearly 38 crashes per-mile happen on the Jones Falls Expressway between 2010 and 2014. There were only 16 crashes per mile each year on other Maryland highways.

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New study finds too many kids missing out federal school breakfast programs [Video]New study finds too many kids missing out federal school breakfast programs

A new report breaks down whether students around the country are taking advantage of school breakfast programs and getting the nutrition they need.

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Parental Involvement: How much is too much? [Video]Parental Involvement: How much is too much?

Helping with homework has always been considered a bonus for kids. Now a new study finds those advantages start fading in middle school.

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New study finds gut microbiome could be linked to depression [Video]New study finds gut microbiome could be linked to depression

A new study of two large groups of Europeans has found several types of gut bacteria are missing in people with depression, according to Science Magazine.

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Inappropriate Dosing Of Edible Marijuana Edibles Poses Serious Health Risks For Older Heart Disease Patients, Study Finds [Video]Inappropriate Dosing Of Edible Marijuana Edibles Poses Serious Health Risks For Older Heart Disease Patients, Study Finds

The author suggests more education and research on THC levels before consumption.

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Surprising Harvard Study Finds Stoners Tend to Have Higher Sperm Count [Video]Surprising Harvard Study Finds Stoners Tend to Have Higher Sperm Count

Surprising Harvard Study Finds Stoners Tend to Have Higher Sperm Count

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Harvard Study Finds That Cannabis Users Have A Higher Sperm Count [Video]Harvard Study Finds That Cannabis Users Have A Higher Sperm Count

According to a recent study, weed might boost sperm count.

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Bacteria sacrifice themselves for their colony to survive, study finds [Video]Bacteria sacrifice themselves for their colony to survive, study finds

A new study has found that bacteria sacrifice themselves to antibiotics in order to preserve their colony.

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Study finds Cleveland to be top spot to become a U.S. citizen [Video]Study finds Cleveland to be top spot to become a U.S. citizen

Cleveland ranks as the number one city in America when it comes to becoming a U.S. citizen, featuring the country’s shortest wait time for processing, highest backlog clearance rate, and the most..

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Study Finds Hand Sanitizers Better Than Hand Washing For Toddlers [Video]Study Finds Hand Sanitizers Better Than Hand Washing For Toddlers

While the CDC recommends children wash their hands a lot, such behavior is easier said than done - and hand sanitizers may be more effective. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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Positive Thinking While Pregnant Leads To Better Academic Achievements For Child, Study Finds [Video]Positive Thinking While Pregnant Leads To Better Academic Achievements For Child, Study Finds

Those academic results can be seen as early as elementary school.

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NEW STUDY FINDS HONEY BEE CAN DO MATHS [Video]NEW STUDY FINDS HONEY BEE CAN DO MATHS

NEW STUDY FINDS HONEY BEE CAN DO MATHS

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Study finds high rates of opioid prescriptions could be linked to poor labor force [Video]Study finds high rates of opioid prescriptions could be linked to poor labor force

A recently released study co-authored by economists at the University of Tennessee found prescription opioids may be negatively affecting labor force participation and unemployment nationwide.

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Harvard Study Finds That Marijuana May Be Good For Sperm Count [Video]Harvard Study Finds That Marijuana May Be Good For Sperm Count

A new Harvard study found that men who reported using cannabis at any point in life had higher sperm counts on average than men who claimed to have never used the substance. According to Gizmodo,..

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Most Hillsborough roads are dangerous, study finds [Video]Most Hillsborough roads are dangerous, study finds

The study looked at factors like sidewalks, the speed of traffic, the volume of traffic, the number of vehicle lanes, separation from traffic, and the number of pedestrian crossings.

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Most roads in Hillsborough County deemed dangerous for pedestrians and bicyclists, study finds [Video]Most roads in Hillsborough County deemed dangerous for pedestrians and bicyclists, study finds

The study looked at factors like sidewalks, the speed of traffic, the volume of traffic, the number of vehicle lanes, separation from traffic, and the number of pedestrian crossings.

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Florida's largest school voucher program boosts college attendance, graduation, study finds [Video]Florida's largest school voucher program boosts college attendance, graduation, study finds

Children who took part in Florida's Tax-Credit Scholarship Program — which sends students from low-income families to private schools — attended and graduated from college at higher rates than..

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Women's Brains Appear Younger Than Men's, Study Finds [Video]Women's Brains Appear Younger Than Men's, Study Finds

Adult female brains appear, on average, a few years younger than same-aged male brains, a new study finds. Ken Molestina reports.

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Your Teen Probably Isn't Sleeping Or Exercising Enough; Here's What You Can Do To Help [Video]Your Teen Probably Isn't Sleeping Or Exercising Enough; Here's What You Can Do To Help

If you have teenagers, you probably won't be surprised to hear that a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics found that only 5% of them are getting enough sleep or exercise, or are..

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Study Finds Women's Brains Are 3 Years Younger Than Men's Brains [Video]Study Finds Women's Brains Are 3 Years Younger Than Men's Brains

They say the findings may be a clue as to why women tend to stay sharper longer than men.

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Study Finds Women’s Brains Appear 3 Years Younger Than Men's [Video]Study Finds Women’s Brains Appear 3 Years Younger Than Men's

A recent study could help explain why, as the years go by, women tend to stay mentally sharper than men.

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Teen cannabis use linked to increase risk of depression, study finds

Waking and baking in your teens may harm you later in life, according to scientists.
SBS - Published

Hysterectomies lower chance of ovarian cancer, Queensland study finds

Rates of ovarian cancer were lower for women who suffered endometriosis who had a hysterectomy compared to those who didn't, new research has found.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Study finds popping 2 vitamin C tablets a day helps diabetes

Popping a vitamin C tablet twice a day could help more than one million Aussies with type 2 diabetes lower blood sugar levels, according to a Victorian study. Deakin University researchers found taking..
Motley Fool - Published

'Microdosing' may de-stress but doesn't live up to psychedelic hype, study finds

Taking tiny amounts of psychedelic drugs may ease feelings of depression and boost brain power, but microdosing isn’t the the panacea it promises.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Foreign-language migrants know Aussie slang as well as Australian-born citizens, study finds

New linguistic research has found foreign-language migrants possess an extraordinary ability to identify Aussie slang, despite being new to it.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

It’s not just the isolation. Working from home has surprising downsides

One study finds that, rather than being helpful, working from home is likely to interfere with family life.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No more 'Big Australia': Seven in 10 people want a population pause, new study finds

New research from the Australian National University has uncovered a dramatic decline in support for population growth.
SBS - Published

Antarctica ice loss increases six fold since 1979, new study finds

The pace of melting is expected to lead to disastrous sea level rise in the years to come.
SBS - Published

Girls match boys in confidence at single-sex schools, study finds

A study has found that girls at single-sex schools buck conventional wisdom about the confidence gap
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Older, conservatives are the most likely to share fake news, study finds

People aged over 65 were more likely to share fake news on Facebook than younger people according to a new study.
SBS - Published

US study finds older people more likely to share fake news

People aged over 65 were more likely to share fake news on Facebook than younger people according to a new study.
SBS - Published

Aged care staff ratios 'would save $2.6 billion', study finds

Aged care staff ratios would save $2.6 billion in productivity and other gains while also reducing preventable deaths and improving quality of life, according to an analysis commissioned by the nurses'..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

El Nino events to become 'stronger' and more intense, study finds

Big El Nino events will increase in intensity and frequency as the planet warms, worsening their related extreme weather impacts, new research has found.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Women perform better at the box office, study finds

"There has been an assumption in the industry that female-led films were generally less successful."
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sexism sells and study finds more of it is affecting women's health

Research by Women’s Health Victoria finds sexualisation and objectification of women in advertising is increasing and has negative impact on health, wellbeing.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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