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Radiation levels in Marshall Islands higher than Fukushima, Chernobyl, study finds

Radiation levels across the Marshall Islands in the central Pacific Ocean, where the United States conducted more than 65 nuclear tests during the Cold War, are still alarmingly high — even higher..
FOXNews.com - Published

How being bored can stimulate creativity

Boredom is feared by everyone, from adults in the workplace to kids who are home on their summer break. But a recent academy of management study finds boredom can lead to increased creativity. Apple..
CBS News - Published

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'Traffic light' food labeling lead to healthier food choices, study finds [Video]'Traffic light' food labeling lead to healthier food choices, study finds

BOSTON — A new study by Massachusetts General Hospital has found that using "traffic light" colors — red, yellow and green — in labeling food items results in healthier food choices. The study..

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'Traffic light' food labels lead to healthier food choices, study finds [Video]'Traffic light' food labels lead to healthier food choices, study finds

A new study by Massachusetts General Hospital has found that using "traffic light" colors in labeling food items results in healthier food choices.

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30 Minutes Spent In Nature Can Significantly Improve Mental Health, Study Finds [Video]30 Minutes Spent In Nature Can Significantly Improve Mental Health, Study Finds

Walking or sitting, researchers say it doesn't matter.

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Goats Have Complex Social Lives, Study Finds [Video]Goats Have Complex Social Lives, Study Finds

Goats Have Complex Social Lives, Study Finds Goats have often been characterized as simple herd animals. A Frontiers in Zoology study suggests that goats can actually detect slight emotional..

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Nutrition and hospitalization [Video]Nutrition and hospitalization

WFMZ's Nancy Werteen reports in Life Lessons

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Contagious Yawning is Linked to How Empathetic You Are, Study Finds [Video]Contagious Yawning is Linked to How Empathetic You Are, Study Finds

The million dollar question: Why is yawning contagious? Findings indicate that it’s more about how empathetic you are rather than everyone in your vicinity needing to catch some zzz’s.

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CBS3 Pet Project: Getting A Dog Is Up To Our DNA, Study Finds [Video]CBS3 Pet Project: Getting A Dog Is Up To Our DNA, Study Finds

Carol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.

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Study: Cutting Calories Improves Blood Pressure [Video]Study: Cutting Calories Improves Blood Pressure

A new study finds that cutting calories resulted in improved blood pressure and cholesterol.

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Study Finds Unstructured Time Stimulates Creative Thinking [Video]Study Finds Unstructured Time Stimulates Creative Thinking

A recent Academy of Management study finds that unstructured time stimulates creative thinking; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports on the benefits of Boredom.

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How Being Bored Can Stimulate Creativity [Video]How Being Bored Can Stimulate Creativity

Parents work hard to keep their children active when they're home on summer vacation, but a recent study finds boredom could lead to better creativity; CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.

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Study finds Americans love talking about sex [Video]Study finds Americans love talking about sex

The average American talks about sex, five times a day, according to new research. A poll of 2,000 Americans found that 87 percent have talked to others about sex, including their own sex life. In..

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Cutting Only 300 Cals from Diet Could Help Your Heart [Video]Cutting Only 300 Cals from Diet Could Help Your Heart

A new study finds making small changes to diet can help your heart-health. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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A Small Glass Of Juice Or Soda A Day Is Linked To Increased Risk Of Cancer, Study Finds [Video]A Small Glass Of Juice Or Soda A Day Is Linked To Increased Risk Of Cancer, Study Finds

There's more bad news for fans of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice. Katie Johnston reports.

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Losing Sleep? New Study May Know Why [Video]Losing Sleep? New Study May Know Why

If you haven’t been sleeping well lately new study finds you’re not alone. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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Study: Sugary Drinks Could Increased Risk of Cancer [Video]Study: Sugary Drinks Could Increased Risk of Cancer

New study finds sugary drinks could lead to higher risk of cancer. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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Turning Down Wedding Invitation Can Damage Friendship, Study Finds [Video]Turning Down Wedding Invitation Can Damage Friendship, Study Finds

A new study reveals declining an invite may impact more than your finances.

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Study Finds Experimental Drugs Effective Against Congo's Ebola Strain [Video]Study Finds Experimental Drugs Effective Against Congo's Ebola Strain

According to a new study published Tuesday, an antiviral drug and an antibody treatment both inhibited the growth of the so-called Ituri strain.

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Why Half of American Workplaces Have Gone Casual [Video]Why Half of American Workplaces Have Gone Casual

Only one in five US workplaces now enforce a smart dress code. A study has found that half of workers follow a casual or smart casual dress code at work, allowing for jeans and other dress-down items..

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Seaweed Problem Not Going Away [Video]Seaweed Problem Not Going Away

South Floridians know the awful stench of seaweed on their local beaches all too well and a new study finds the annoying seagrass is sticking around - and may be even worse this year compared to last..

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Netflix vows to decrease on-screen smoking after study finds increased depictions of it [Video]Netflix vows to decrease on-screen smoking after study finds increased depictions of it

No smoking allowed.

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Study finds parents wish kids were back in school [Video]Study finds parents wish kids were back in school

Two weeks into summer, a study finds that 75% of parents are ready for kids to go back to school

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Minecraft Boosts Creative Thinking, Study Finds [Video]Minecraft Boosts Creative Thinking, Study Finds

Got writer’s block? Trying to think of new innovative ideas at work? Try Minecraft. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.

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NYC Adding Protections After Study Finds Misconduct By Taxi Medallion Brokers [Video]NYC Adding Protections After Study Finds Misconduct By Taxi Medallion Brokers

Medallion brokers will be required to disclose potential conflicts of interest to drivers and to the Taxi and Limousine Commission. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.

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HealthWatch: Women & Alcohol; Social Media May Benefit Mental Health Of Adults [Video]HealthWatch: Women & Alcohol; Social Media May Benefit Mental Health Of Adults

A new study finds that quitting alcohol could improve a woman's quality of life and social media may help mental health of adults.

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Risk Of Still-Birth Increases With Every Week Past 37 Weeks, Study Finds [Video]Risk Of Still-Birth Increases With Every Week Past 37 Weeks, Study Finds

Scientists say women should not be alarmed since the increased risk is still low.

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Be present to improve recollection of the past

A study finds people who practiced "moment to moment, non-judgmental awareness" improved their performance on memory tests, w -More- 
SmartBrief - Published

12,000 years ago, a boy had his skull squashed into a cone shape

Ancient people in China practiced human head-shaping about 12,000 years ago — meaning they bound some children's maturing skulls, encouraging the heads to grow into elongated ovals — making them..
FOXNews.com - Published

Just a few sips of soda or juice daily may up cancer risk by 18%, study finds

Researched published Wednesday suggests that consuming more sugary drinks can increase your risk for cancer.
USATODAY.com - Published

Study Suggests Fruit Juice Has The Same Potential To Cause Cancer As Sugary Drinks Like Soda

A new study finds people who consume a lot of sugary drinks like lemonade and energy drinks have a higher risk of developing cancer. 
CBS 2 - Published

Cutting Just 300 Calories Per Day May Keep Your Heart Healthy

That's the equivalent of about six standard Oreos. But this modest reduction in calories could have protective benefits for our hearts, a new study finds.
NPR - Published

Shortening trainee doctor hours hasn’t harmed patients

A new study finds shortening hours for doctors during residency training hasn’t harmed patients. Researchers wanted to know whether limiting trainee doctors to 80-hour weeks affected the quality of..
Seattle Times - Published

Washington is among the states with the most vehicle thefts, study finds

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is on a mission to prevent auto thefts — and even has a month to spread awareness to the fullest. July is National Theft Prevention Month, when the..
bizjournals - Published

Need to brainstorm? Try being bored

A study finds people develop more ideas after a period of boredom, indicating employees benefit from downtime or starting a c -More- 
SmartBrief - Published

New study finds teen odds of using marijuana dip with recreational use laws


Chicago S-T - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Snowball The Dancing Cockatoo Vogues And Body Rolls On Beat

A new study finds that Snowball, a dancing cockatoo, has a repertoire of at least 14 different dance moves, suggesting that the predisposition to dance is embedded in our animal brains.
NPR - Published

Netflix vows to decrease on-screen smoking after study finds increased depictions of it

Based on findings from Truth Initiative, Netflix depicted 866 instances of smoking so far over 2019. As a result, the company is striving to make changes. Read more here. Read more... More about..
Mashable - Published

Hate crime on the rise in Seattle and Washington state, study finds

Hate crimes rose 78% between 2013 and 2017 in Washington state, according to a new study that shows this state saw the ninth-largest rise in bias crime during that time period nationwide. Among..
Seattle Times - Published

Drug Prices Can Take A Surprising Turn When A Poor Country Gets Richer

A new study finds that as poor countries become wealthier, it becomes harder for citizens to purchase basic medicines at affordable prices.
NPR - Published

Restoring Forests Could Help Put a Brake on Global Warming, Study Finds

Researchers looked at how many trees could be planted on every available parcel of land on Earth, where they could go, and what impact could be on our survival.
NYTimes.com - Published

Cockroaches evolving to point where they’ll be nearly impossible to kill, Purdue study finds

A Purdue University study found that the commonly found German species of roaches are being born with an immunity to toxins with which they haven’t yet been in contact. The shocking study, published..
Denver Post - Published

Tips for how to avoid impulse buying

With so many bargains this summer, you may be tempted to shop on a whim. You’re not alone: A new study finds nearly 90% of Americans make impulse purchases and men spend more on them than women...
CBS News - Published

Study: Amount Of Seaweed Washing Up On Florida Beaches Will Continue To Grow

Floridians know the awful stench of seaweed in their local beaches all too well and a new study finds the annoying seagrass is sticking around even longer.
cbs4.com - Published

Good News About Democracy: It's Good For Your Health

A study finds that for countries worldwide, the "democratic experience" — through free and fair elections — plays a larger role than GDP in easing the burden of chronic diseases.
NPR - Published

Study: Exercise Intended To Shed Pounds May Actually Lead To Weight Gain

If you're trying to lose weight with exercise, a new study finds just working out isn't enough and some find they actually gain weight.
CBS 2 - Published

Poor management of data harms businesses' ability to gain value from it

Less than 40 percent of companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) are confident they can manage, secure and gain insight from data, and use it responsibly according to new research from..
betanews - Published

Dwarf planet Ceres may be wrinkling as it shrinks

Ceres , the closest dwarf planet to Earth, may be wrinkling as it shrinks, a new study finds.
FOXNews.com - Published

$15 minimum wage: Evidence that it won't mean lost jobs

A new study finds that a House bill hiking the federal base pay wouldn't result in significantly less employment
CBS News - Published

Men spend more on impulse buys than women

We all have our share of impulse buys and a new study finds men are most guilty of them. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.
USATODAY.com - Published

Business Highlights

___ G-20 leaders clash over values, face calls to protect growth OSAKA, Japan (AP) — Leaders of the Group of 20 have begun talks on how to fend off threats to global growth in meetings in..
SeattlePI.com - Published

Study says Tinder, Snapchat users are more OK with cosmetic surgery

Thanks to Snapchat and Instagram "pretty" filters, it's easy to imagine what you would look like with larger eyes, a flatter nose, and fuller lips.  A new study finds that social media might not..
Mashable - Published

New study finds 1 in 3 families who need summer child care will incur credit card debt

Use a card with low- or no-interest introductory period, LI financial planner advises.
Newsday - Published

Study: Retirees lose by taking Social Security at wrong time

It's tough to decide when to start taking Social Security benefits and it appears many people are shorting themselves with their choice. A new study finds that only 4% of retirees start claiming..
SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

FINRA Study Finds Financial Prosperity Eludes Many Americans Despite Strong Economy

The divides between those prospering and those struggling are persisting or widening.
Motley Fool - Published

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