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Israeli study finds how obesity can increase breast cancer rates

Theory maps out previously unknown molecular mechanism that regulates both so-called ‘cancer genes’ and other genes that suppress cancer
Haaretz - Published

Calories, Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet

A new study finds that women who ate a low-fat diet and more fruits, vegetables and grains, lowered their risk of dying from breast cancer. But which of those factors provided the protective effect?
NPR - Published

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Study Finds Youth Suicide Rates Are Rising, Especially In Young Girls [Video]Study Finds Youth Suicide Rates Are Rising, Especially In Young Girls

According to a new study, suicide rates are increasing at a faster pace in young girls, narrowing the gender divide in youth suicide rates.

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Drinking Too Much Fruit Juice Can Increase Risk Of Premature Death, Study Finds [Video]Drinking Too Much Fruit Juice Can Increase Risk Of Premature Death, Study Finds

Stephanie Stahl reports.

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Ever Broken Up Because The Person Was Too Messy? [Video]Ever Broken Up Because The Person Was Too Messy?

Of the 47 percent of Americans who have been in a relationship with a messy partner, one in five have broken things off because of it, according to new research. The study of 2,000 Americans looked to..

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Why 3 of 4 People Prefer a Road Trip Over Flying [Video]Why 3 of 4 People Prefer a Road Trip Over Flying

Do you get a familiar pang of dread anytime you have to go to an airport? You're not alone. In fact, the average American would happily add six and a half hours onto their traveling time if it meant..

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VIDEO Parental involvement: How much is too much? [Video]VIDEO Parental involvement: How much is too much?

WFMZ's Nancy Werteen reports in Life Lessons

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Climate change causes trees to grow faster in China, study finds [Video]Climate change causes trees to grow faster in China, study finds

Larch trees in northeastern China were found to have grown faster in the past 40 years as a result of climate change, according to a study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research.

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Study Finds Low-Fat Diet Reduces Risk of Dying From Breast Cancer [Video]Study Finds Low-Fat Diet Reduces Risk of Dying From Breast Cancer

Study Finds Low-Fat Diet Reduces Risk of Dying From Breast Cancer The long-term study of over 48,000 postmenopausal women has found that diet plays a key role in how cancer responds to treatment...

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People Admit to Giving Private Info to Shady Sites [Video]People Admit to Giving Private Info to Shady Sites

More than half of Americans (56 percent) admit to inputting critical personal information into a website they didn't fully trust, according to new research.A survey of 2,000 Americans aiming to uncover..

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How Much People Want to Make to Do a Job They Hate [Video]How Much People Want to Make to Do a Job They Hate

If you like, or even love your job — odds are you'd be willing to leave it for a job you hate if the price were right. According to new research, that price is approximately $15,000 a year.A new..

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Why Being Clean May Mean a Better Love Life [Video]Why Being Clean May Mean a Better Love Life

Amidst the trend towards mindfulness and minimalism, Americans are increasingly finding happiness in cleaning — and the numbers are backing it up.A new study examining people's cleaning frequencies..

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If You Walk Fast, You Are Likely To Live Longer, Study Finds [Video]If You Walk Fast, You Are Likely To Live Longer, Study Finds

A new study suggests that walking faster may help you live longer.

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Ask Dr. Nandi: Soda taxes are a 'no-brainer' for public health, says author of a new study on them [Video]Ask Dr. Nandi: Soda taxes are a 'no-brainer' for public health, says author of a new study on them

Over consumption of empty calorie drinks have had long-term negative consequences on the health of Americans. But now a new study finds that adding taxes to soda may be the answer to this widespread..

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Low-Fat Diet Lowers Risk Of Breast Cancer Death, Study Finds [Video]Low-Fat Diet Lowers Risk Of Breast Cancer Death, Study Finds

Stephanie Stahl reports.

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Ask Dr. Nandi: Soda taxes are a 'no-brainer' for public health, says author of a new study on them [Video]Ask Dr. Nandi: Soda taxes are a 'no-brainer' for public health, says author of a new study on them

Over consumption of empty calorie drinks have had long-term negative consequences on the health of Americans. But now a new study finds that adding taxes to soda may be the answer to this widespread..

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More Than 50% of Americans Used Swimming Polls As An Alternative to Showering, New Study Shows [Video]More Than 50% of Americans Used Swimming Polls As An Alternative to Showering, New Study Shows

A new study finds people use pools as an alternative to showering. Buzz60's Elitsa Bizios reports.

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More Than 50% of Americans Used Swimming Pools As An Alternative to Showering, New Study Shows [Video]More Than 50% of Americans Used Swimming Pools As An Alternative to Showering, New Study Shows

A new study finds people use pools as an alternative to showering. Buzz60's Elitsa Bizios reports.

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Study: Kwik Trip has highest rated gas station restrooms in Wisconsin [Video]Study: Kwik Trip has highest rated gas station restrooms in Wisconsin

A new study finds Kwik Trip has the top rated restrooms in Wisconsin ahead of peak road trip season.

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Study finds shrinking moon may be causing powerful quakes [Video]Study finds shrinking moon may be causing powerful quakes

Newly-published research has found evidence that the moon is shrinking and may still be tectonically active.

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Millennial Parents Also Guilty Of Texting While Driving, Study Finds [Video]Millennial Parents Also Guilty Of Texting While Driving, Study Finds

Stephanie Stahl reports.

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Uber, Lyft Cars Have More Germs Than A Toilet Seat, Study Finds [Video]Uber, Lyft Cars Have More Germs Than A Toilet Seat, Study Finds

A new analysis by an insurance company, NetQuote, found the average rideshare has 35,000 more germs than a toilet seat.

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Colorado Ranks No. 9 In The U.S. For Highest Drug Use, Study Finds [Video]Colorado Ranks No. 9 In The U.S. For Highest Drug Use, Study Finds

A study ranking the states by highest drug use put Colorado in the top 10. Ken Molestina reports.

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Millennials Plan to Shop More at Small Businesses [Video]Millennials Plan to Shop More at Small Businesses

We may be living in the age of Amazon, but millennials are craving the personal touch of small businesses, according to new research. The fascinating revelation emerged in a new study of 1,000..

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Backseats Of Uber, Lyft Vehicles Carry More Germs Than Toilet Seats, Study Finds [Video]Backseats Of Uber, Lyft Vehicles Carry More Germs Than Toilet Seats, Study Finds

Researchers say most of the germs were found on window buttons and seat belts.

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How Much Coffee is Too Much? A New Study Has the Answer [Video]How Much Coffee is Too Much? A New Study Has the Answer

A new study finds there may be such a thing as too much coffee. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the magic number.

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Suicide Rate For Girls Has Been Rising Faster Than For Boys, Study Finds

Researchers found that the increase was highest for girls ages 10 to 14 in the U.S., rising by nearly 13% since 2007. The increase for boys of the same age was 7%.
NPR - Published

Study finds more men are uncomfortable with women at work

"We're in a bad place," Sheryl Sandberg said on "CBS This Morning"
CBS News - Published

Get ready for a barrage of robocalls: Study finds San Franciscans are inundated by phone scams

A scourge of scam phone calls befall San Franciscans during tax season, a new study finds. San Francisco County had the second most robocall complaints per 100,000 people of all U.S. counties. In..
SFGate - Published

414 million pieces of trash found on remote islands near Australia, study finds

Even remote, mostly uninhabited islands are still covered in trash, a new study has found.
FOXNews.com - Published

Verve Signs WGA Code of Conduct

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Literary and talent agency Verve became the most prominent Hollywood agency to sign the Writers Guild of America’s new code of conduct on Thursday. “In 2010, Verve established itself as an..
The Wrap - Published

Mental health of millennials vs. Gen Xers

A recent study finds depression is more common among millennials than Gen Xers at same age. Psychiatrist Daniel Bober tells us why and what millennials can do about it.
CBS News - Published

Obesity surgery benefits may be bigger for teens than adults

Teens who have obesity surgery lose as much weight as those who have the operation as adults and are more likely to have other health problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure go away, a study..
SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

It's Not Just Salt, Sugar, Fat: Study Finds Ultra-Processed Foods Drive Weight Gain

"Landmark" study finds a highly processed diet spurred people to overeat compared with an unprocessed diet, about 500 extra calories a day. That suggests something about processing itself is at play.
NPR - Published

UK consumers want businesses to do more to protect their data

Protecting your digital footprint is growing more important and the results from a survey of 2,000 UK adults by Kaspersky Lab finds that people believe there is not enough business or state protection..
betanews - Published

Extra Extra: New Millennials Study Finds Millennials Are The Most Millennial Yet

extra extra: new millennials study finds millennials are the most millennial yet
Because millennials love to millennial, check out today's end-of-day links: Velvet Underground doc, abortion ban tips, 'Big Bang Theory' explained, fur ban fight, cheeseburger slap, GOT leaker, the..
Gothamist - Published

Low-fat diet may cut risk of dying from breast cancer, study finds

Doctors say the results show a way women might improve their odds of survival
CBS News - Published

New report "a wake-up call" on leading risk to newborns

"High-income countries have seen virtually no progress," the study finds
CBS News - Published

EXCLUSIVE: Range Resources releases study of Fort Cherry air during, after drilling

Study finds no air-quality issues.
bizjournals - Published

Philadelphia soda tax caused 'substantial decline' in soda sales, study finds

Soda sales plummeted in Philadelphia following the implementation of a tax on the carbonated drinks, according to a new study.
USATODAY.com - Published

Study finds there is such a thing as too much coffee

There is little evidence that drinking moderate amounts of coffee — three to four cups a day — poses any health risk. The key words here are "moderate amounts."
Seattle Times - Published

Half of Americans have used swimming pools as an alternative to showering, study finds

A survey showed that 51% of Americans reported using the pool as an alternative to showering or rinsing off after engaging in exercise or yardwork.
USATODAY.com - Published

America's largest cities drowning in debt, with Chicago leading the way, study finds

America’s 10 largest cities, largely Democrat strongholds, are drowning in municipal debt, according to a new report from government watchdog Truth in Accounting.
FOXNews.com - Published

In her words: Women, Alcohol and Perceived ‘Sexual Availability’

A new study finds that women who drink alcohol in social settings are seen as more “sexually available” and “less human.”
NYTimes.com - Published

46 percent of organizations consider taking personal data out of the cloud

A new study finds that 46 percent of organizations which store customer personally identifiable information (PII) in the cloud are considering moving it back on premises due to data security concerns...
betanews - Published

Nashville’s hospital companies are among the country’s most expensive, study finds

Several locally based hospital companies — the backbone of Nashville’s multibillion-dollar health care industry — are among the most expensive health care systems in the country, according to a..
bizjournals - Published

Mysterious 'Sub-Neptunes' are probably water worlds

Water worlds that each possess thousands of times more water than Earth does may be more common than Earth-like rocky planets in the Milky Way galaxy , a new study finds.
FOXNews.com - Published

Low-dose aspirin may be linked to bleeding in the skull, new study finds

For people without heart disease, a new study found taking low-dose aspirin is associated with an increased risk for bleeding within the skull.
USATODAY.com - Published

Some hospitals turn away ambulances when the patients are more likely to be poor, study finds

A study found private hospitals are more likely to turn away ambulances when a public hospital is on diversion.
USATODAY.com - Published

Car-size 'sea monster' terrorized Triassic oceans

A crocodile-like beast the length of a Volkswagen Beetle terrorized prey in the late Triassic oceans about 210 million years ago, a new study finds.
FOXNews.com - Published

Ancient neutron-star crash made enough gold and uranium to fill Earth's oceans

Enough gold, uranium and other heavy elements about equal in mass to all of Earth's oceans likely came to the solar system from the collision of two neutron stars billions of years ago, a new study..
FOXNews.com - Published

Penguin and seal poop gives life to Antarctica, new study finds

Researchers found "hotspots" of biodiversity surrounding Antarctic colonies of seals and penguins. The cause: Gasses from the animals' waste.
azcentral.com - Published Also reported by •DelawareonlineUSATODAY.com

'Flesh-eating' genital infection linked to certain diabetes drugs, study finds

A new study shows a necrotizing infection of the genitals, known as Fournier Gangrene, is tied to Type 2 diabetes drugs called SGLT2 inhibitors.
azcentral.com - Published Also reported by •DelawareonlineUSATODAY.com

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