Tag: Research
about 2 months ago
leinsterleader.ie

Greater supports are needed for young LGBTQI+ people in County Kildare, youth group says

BeLonG To works with LGBTQI+ young people aged 10 to 24

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9 months ago
inews.co.uk

Scientists identify the 'vegetarian genes' that could help you keep to a meat-free diet

Struggling to stay away from the bacon sandwich? Researchers find genetics has a role to play

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10 months ago
inews.co.uk

Toxic chemicals from everyday items are being absorbed by our sweat - and may raise cancer risk

More research needed into how much risk microplastic chemicals in our sweat pose but scientists agree they are a sign...

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10 months ago
inews.co.uk

Alcohol gives 'Dutch courage' but not 'beer goggles', study finds

Study overturns conventional wisdom that alcohol makes other people seem more attractive

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11 months ago
inews.co.uk

Picking your nose makes you three times as likely to catch Covid, study suggests

The study raises the question of whether nose picking could also increase the risk of a whole host of viruses, most o...

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11 months ago
inews.co.uk

People have considered me stupid': Tens of thousands of over-50s could have undiagnosed ADHD

Scientists are investigating a gulf in ADHD diagnosis rates between older and younger adults

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about 1 year ago
nypost.com

Alien life is most likely to exist in these star systems: scientists

To find extraterrestrial life, follow the trial of radiation.

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over 1 year ago
nypost.com

‘Personalized’ cell ‘editing’ could revolutionize cancer treatment: study

Those living with cancer may soon be eligible for the most bespoke treatment to date.

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almost 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | Ig Nobel prize explains why lawyers write like cement mixers

The 2022 Ig Nobel award for literature went to the team studying why legal documents are so incomprehensible. Goodnes...

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Nokia’s shadow looms large in Finnish industrial heartland

Located 2 hours north of Helsinki, Tampere was once the R&D hub for the Finnish telecoms giant.

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about 2 years ago
scotsman.com

'Anxiety' over council library services as tough financial decisions lie ahead

Councils across Scotland have been urged to uphold their legal duty to maintain vital library services in the face of...

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about 2 years ago
scotsman.com

'Anxiety' over council library services as tough financial decisions lie ahead

Councils across Scotland have been urged to uphold their legal duty to maintain vital library services in the face of...

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about 2 years ago
inews.co.uk

Race to cure childhood cancers faces being set back years by Brexit row over Northern Ireland

International partnerships which have received funding under the EU's Horizon programme include clean aviation, tidal...

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about 2 years ago
derbyshiretimes.co.uk

Average Chesterfield house prices have tripled since 1995

The average house price in Chesterfield has risen 348% since 1995, according to new research data.

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about 2 years ago
scotsman.com

Kirsty McLuckie: How does your garden glow?

This week I took the plunge and invested in some proper outdoor furniture, having agonized over the indulgent purchas...

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about 2 years ago
scotsman.com

Kirsty McLuckie on supporting democracy by limiting energy use

It feels particularly cruel of the weather to have returned snow, ice and bluster, just as energy price hikes hit us ...

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over 2 years ago
nypost.com

Tiny worms could be used to sniff out lung cancer: study

The lab worms could be a seemingly more practical alternative to disease-detecting dogs.

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over 2 years ago
express.co.uk

Britain snubs EU and strikes deal with US, Japan and Aus to develop 'tech of tomorrow'

BREXIT BRITAIN appears to have snubbed the EU and will pump £17million into a deal to cooperate with international pa...

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over 2 years ago
scotsman.com

Kirsty McLuckie: How to make savings with a low-carbon Christmas

Presents, entertaining and treating ourselves to special festive food and drink will all add up.

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over 2 years ago
nytimes.com

Over 120,000 U.S. Children Lost a Primary Caregiver to Covid-19, Study Says

New findings showed wide racial disparities among those whose caregivers had died during the pandemic.

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almost 3 years ago
venturebeat.com

The IT talent gap is still growing

A new survey from Gartner shows that the pandemic is having a tangible impact on IT staffing across companies.

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almost 3 years ago
inews.co.uk

New discovery could help diabetics avoid long-term heart attack damage

Researchers have identified the reason why diabetics are almost twice as likely to develop heart failure after a hear...

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almost 3 years ago
inews.co.uk

Hopes for new treatment for neuroblastoma cancer in children

Researchers hope that the technology could also be used to treat a variety of other diseases

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almost 3 years ago
scotsman.com

Kirsty McLuckie: Hitch of home ownership

Which is more important –getting married, or owning your own home?

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about 3 years ago
inews.co.uk

Older people are nicer than younger generations, study shows

Previous studies had already determined that older people are more generous with their time and money - but that migh...

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about 3 years ago
nypost.com

Pentagon develops microchip that detects COVID under your skin

And, no, they’re not being disseminated via vaccines.

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about 3 years ago
inews.co.uk

Cure for baldness could be in sight as new Harvard University study identifies possible remedy

Scientists have identified the elusive mechanism behind stress and hair loss - but only in mice. Will it work for hum...

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Common cold could provide COVID-19 protection: study

A similar method is already in use in Russia.

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over 3 years ago
inews.co.uk

Scientists kick off study to learn more about symptoms of long-Covid

They hope their findings will lead to better treatment for a syndrome that is already affecting around 700,000 Britons

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Liars are more likely to believe other lies, study says

Turns out you absolutely can bulls- -t a bulls- -tter.

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Alarming COVID-19 study finds virus survives on fabric for 3 days

Breakthrough research suggests health-care workers should leave their uniforms at work.

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over 3 years ago
inews.co.uk

Drinking coffee in moderation is good for your heart

Drinking one or more cups of coffee may reduce the risk of heart failure by between five and 30 per cent, according t...

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Living near street lamps could increase risk of thyroid cancer by 55%

The illuminating new “light pollution” study was published Monday in the American Cancer Society journal, CANCER.

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

More than 110 million rats, mice used in US labs: report

Thanks a 110 million.

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

How mice can ‘catch’ pain — and pain relief — from each other

“I feel your pain.”

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Cheap hair lice drug may cut risk of COVID-19 death by 80 percent: study

Earlier studies have found similarly promising results.

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Chicken-sized dinosaur discovered with fur and shoulder ‘spears’

Its name, Ubirajara jubatus, means “lord of the spears.”

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Coffee snobs are faking their love of fancy java, addiction study says

If loving coffee is wrong, we don’t want to be right.

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over 3 years ago
nypost.com

Cancer in US teens has soared since 1970s, study finds

Obesity, substance abuse, sun exposure and unprotected sex have been cited as contributing factors.

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