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College students have unequal access to reliable technology, study finds

Smartphones and laptops seem ubiquitous at US universities, but there is still a 'digital divide,' with some students less likely than others to have consistent access to reliable technology, according..
Science Daily

Asking children to be 'little helpers' makes them less likely to help, study finds

The study found using action verbs to request help from children made them more resilient
Independent

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Yogurts Deceptively High In Sugar, Study Finds [Video]Yogurts Deceptively High In Sugar, Study Finds

Most yogurts have deceptively high levels of sugar, with organic yogurts among the worst offenders, a new study warned. Matt Yurus reports.

CBS 13 Sacramento -   00:50

Study Finds Baby Walkers Still Cause Serious Injuries [Video]Study Finds Baby Walkers Still Cause Serious Injuries

According to Business Insider, Doctors are calling for a ban on baby walkers. This after a recent study found the devices still cause serious injuries. The study was published online Monday in the..

Wochit -   01:00

Study finds a few pieces of plastic enough to kill sea turtles [Video]Study finds a few pieces of plastic enough to kill sea turtles

Researchers found that ingesting just one piece of plastic could increase the chance of a sea turtle to die by 22 percent, according to a study published in the Scientific Reports.

Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me -   00:37

Too Many Children Injured By Baby Walkers, Study Finds [Video]Too Many Children Injured By Baby Walkers, Study Finds

While some parents may think infant walkers are a way to give young children more independence, pediatricians are once again warning the public that they are a safety hazard.

CBS 2 Chicago -   00:27

Study Finds a Mediterranean Diet Is Healthy for Older Adults [Video]Study Finds a Mediterranean Diet Is Healthy for Older Adults

Study Finds a Mediterranean Diet Is Healthy for Older Adults The Mediterranean diet has long been praised for its various health benefits. But a new study has revealed that the diet can help prolong..

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Low And High Carb Diets Can Increase Risk Of Early Death, Study Finds [Video]Low And High Carb Diets Can Increase Risk Of Early Death, Study Finds

A low-carb or high-carb diet raises your risk of death, a new study suggests, with people eating the food staple in moderation seeing the greatest benefits to their health. Matt Yurus reports.

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Fidelity Charitable Study Finds Entrepreneurs Leading the Way in Philanthropy

fidelity charitable study finds entrepreneurs leading the way in philanthropy
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fidelity Charitable announces the findings of the Entrepreneurs & Giving study, which focuses on the giving habits and priorities of entrepreneurs.
Business Wire

Strength-based exercises could help child obesity fight, study finds

Encouraging young people to do strength-based exercises -- such as squats, push ups and lunges -- could play a key role in tackling child obesity, research suggests.
Science Daily

Reading study finds 'new pathway' for plastic pollution

reading study finds 'new pathway' for plastic pollution
BBC Local News: Berkshire -- University academics found tiny fragments of plastic were getting inside insects and then the food chain.
BBC Local News

Galloway Fisheries Trust study finds fish stocks thriving in Loch Ken despite crayfish

galloway fisheries trust study finds fish stocks thriving in loch ken despite crayfish
Levels of perch, dace and pike remain healthy with some species even preying on the crayfish
Daily Record

Air pollution linked to dementia, London study suggests

air pollution linked to dementia, london study suggests
BBC Local News: London -- A study finds a link between the neurodegenerative condition and exposure to nitrogen dioxide.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Air pollution could be linked to increased dementia risk, new study finds

air pollution could be linked to increased dementia risk, new study finds
Researchers focused on 131,000 patients aged between 50 and 79
Leicester Mercury

Go with the flow: desalination plant study finds 'amazing' ocean impact

The Sydney desalination plant's biggest effect on the ocean is unlikely to be from the release of highly saline brine, according to the first peer-reviewed study into the industry's marine impacts.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Could depression be a risk factor for arthritis? Study finds mental woe and achy joint link

could depression be a risk factor for arthritis? study finds mental woe and achy joint link
More and more evidence supports the link between mental and physical health. The latest research from Dartmouth College suggests that depression may be an indicator for arthritis risks.
MailOnline

Only two out of 101 children's yoghurts sold in the UK have low sugar levels, study finds 

only two out of 101 children's yoghurts sold in the uk have low sugar levels, study finds 
Organic yogurts were found to have the highest average sugar content – 13.1 per cent. The Government is targeting yogurt as part of its childhood obesity plan.
MailOnline

Costs of daily aspirin may outweigh its benefits, study finds

Daily aspirin does not improve lifespan in older people, Australia's largest clinical trial has shown.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Half the world's sea turtles have plastic in their guts, CSIRO study finds

Eating just one piece of plastic can kill a sea turtle, with Australian researchers estimating that more than half of the world's turtles now have plastic in their guts.
SBS

Vic researchers find a migraine 'villain'

Researchers at Monash University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences have found a "villain" molecule that causes migraines, a new study finds.
SBS

99pc of employers report low literacy and numeracy skills, study finds

Employers are sounding an alarm over low levels of literacy and numeracy as skills shortages start to bite across the economy.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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