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Indoor air quality can be affected by cooking, cleaning

Sep 25, 2022
Indoor air quality can be affected by cooking and cleaning, as per researchers of Colorado State University.

Adult ADHD elevates risk of cardiovascular diseases

Sep 20, 2022
Adults with ADHD are at greater risk of developing a range of cardiovascular diseases than those without the condition.

380 million year old heart discovered

Sep 17, 2022
Researchers have discovered a 380-million-year-old heart, the oldest ever found, alongside a separate fossilized stomach, intestine and liver in an ancient jawed fish, shedding new light on the evolution of our own bodies.

Imp of neighbourhood where teens don't have mother-child bond

Sep 5, 2022
Teens who live in communities with trustworthy and active people can still learn critical social skills that were not developed early in life, according to research from the University of Michigan.

Teens with smoking parents likely to try e-cigarettes

Sep 5, 2022
According to research presented at the European Respiratory Society International Congress in Barcelona, teenagers with smoking parents are 55% more likely to try electronic cigarettes.

Nitric oxide to treat triple-negative breast cancer

Sep 3, 2022
A potential novel therapeutic strategy for treating triple-negative breast cancer is being investigated by researchers.

Carbon should cost 3.6 times more than US price, study says

Sep 3, 2022
Each ton of carbon dioxide that exits a smokestack or tailpipe is doing far more damage than what governments take into account, researchers conclude in a scientific paper published Thursday.

Researchers shed light on OCD cycle

Sep 1, 2022
Researchers used a model of behaviour to better understand the basis of obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Dolphins form largest alliance network

Sep 1, 2022
Male bottlenose dolphins form the largest known multi-level alliance network outside humans, researchers have shown.

Pregnant women are exposed to cancer-causing chemicals

Aug 30, 2022
According to researchers, pregnant women in the United States are being exposed to substances which can raise the risk of cancer and damage infant development.




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