Study Suggests Air Pollution Kills 8.8 Million People Annually
According to a report by UPI, on Tuesday, a new study published in the European Heart Journal suggests that air pollution is shortening lives, as 8.8 million people per year die of heart attacks and..
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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.
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The Average Woman Feels Confident 16 Days A Month
The biggest reasons behind women having a self-care routine such as getting a wax are to look good for themselves (75 percent), to feel comfortable in their own skin (55 percent), and to maintain their..
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Gun Deaths Of Children Spike
According to UPI, a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics shows that Firearm deaths among children between ages 1 and 4 have doubled as family handgun ownership has risen in the United..
Credit: Wochit Duration: 00:46 Published on January 28, 2019