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Help to Buy scheme pushed up house prices, study finds

Official study shows most borrowers could afford a home anyway while confusion reigns among struggling savers
Independent - Published

Pentagon's greenhouse gas emissions higher than Sweden or Portugal, study finds

US defence department accounts for roughly 80 per cent of all government energy consumption and is single largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide
Independent - Published

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Nursing Home Abuse Often Goes Unreported, Study Finds [Video]Nursing Home Abuse Often Goes Unreported, Study Finds

Nursing Home Abuse Often Goes Unreported, Study Finds A report from the Department of Health and Human Services has revealed that nursing home abuse is often under-reported or unreported. It is..

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Science Says You Need to Spend This Much Time Outdoors to Feel Happy [Video]Science Says You Need to Spend This Much Time Outdoors to Feel Happy

As kids we’re told to go outside and get some fresh air, and a new study finds that wisdom still carries into adulthood. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.

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Netflix and Chill Could Cause Weight Gain [Video]Netflix and Chill Could Cause Weight Gain

New study finds watching TV late at night can cause weight gain. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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The Wild Things People Will Do To Avoid Bad Hair [Video]The Wild Things People Will Do To Avoid Bad Hair

Sitting in traffic, being in the line at the DMV, and walking around with toilet paper on their shoes are some of the things people would rather do than have a bad or unflattering hairstyle, according..

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68% of Americans Say This Will Make Sex Better [Video]68% of Americans Say This Will Make Sex Better

Americans are having great sex, according to new research.  A poll of 2,000 Americans found 92 percent feel satisfied overall with their sex lives.  In fact, over half (57 percent) report..

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China's Sparkling Bioluminescent Blooms Are Spreading, Study Finds [Video]China's Sparkling Bioluminescent Blooms Are Spreading, Study Finds

A new study is shedding light on China's sparkling bioluminescent blooms.

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People with Six Fingers Have the Upper Hand in Dexterity, Study Finds [Video]People with Six Fingers Have the Upper Hand in Dexterity, Study Finds

A study found that properly developed extra fingers are actually pretty useful. The participants were so dexterous, they could even tie their shoes with one hand!

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The Keepsakes Americans Hold Onto The Longest [Video]The Keepsakes Americans Hold Onto The Longest

A quarter of Americans still have a keepsake from a past relationship, according to new research. A poll of 2,000 Americans explored the sentimentality around keepsakes and found that 25 percent have..

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Study Finds You Could Be Swallowing Credit Card's Weight In Plastic [Video]Study Finds You Could Be Swallowing Credit Card's Weight In Plastic

This study is from a university in Australia.

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New Study Finds Traces Of Chemicals Found In Cheerio Products [Video]New Study Finds Traces Of Chemicals Found In Cheerio Products

Environmental group found traces of the main ingredient used in "Roundup" in products.

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Why Your Office Job May Be Making You Fat [Video]Why Your Office Job May Be Making You Fat

More than six in ten (64 percent) Americans that have or had worked in an office environment said that it caused their health and fitness levels to decline. Not only that, a whopping nine in 10 who..

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1/3 of Americans Still Sleep With a Childhood Item [Video]1/3 of Americans Still Sleep With a Childhood Item

A third of Americans sleep with a "comfort object" from childhood, according to new research. From a special pillow, a blanket or a stuffed animal held over from when they were little, 34 percent keep..

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Snooping Through Partner's Phone Can Strengthen Relationship, Study Finds [Video]Snooping Through Partner's Phone Can Strengthen Relationship, Study Finds

Alexandria Hoff reports.

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Sleeping With Light On Linked To Weight Gain, Study Finds [Video]Sleeping With Light On Linked To Weight Gain, Study Finds

The study looked at women over a 5-year period.

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Liquid water may have erupted from Pluto's icy volcanoes, study finds [Video]Liquid water may have erupted from Pluto's icy volcanoes, study finds

A new study suggests that scientists may have found proof of liquid water being spewed out of Pluto's volcanoes.

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South Beach Tops Poll Of Most Stressful Locations In Miami, Study Finds [Video]South Beach Tops Poll Of Most Stressful Locations In Miami, Study Finds

Are you feeling stressed out? You're not alone. A new poll on the stressors of city life found people from Los Angeles, New York, Dallas, Miami and Chicago are at least "somewhat stressed" on a typical..

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Probiotic Labels Don't Give Consumers Information They Need, Study Finds [Video]Probiotic Labels Don't Give Consumers Information They Need, Study Finds

Stephanie Stahl reports.

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High-Risk Opioid Users Would Welcome 'Safe Consumption Spaces,' Johns Hopkins Study Finds [Video]High-Risk Opioid Users Would Welcome 'Safe Consumption Spaces,' Johns Hopkins Study Finds

Heroin and fentanyl users in three large U.S. cities would willingly use “safe consumption spaces” where they could get clean syringes and have emergency medical treatment nearby in case of an..

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Most Americans do not have a will, study finds [Video]Most Americans do not have a will, study finds

Three in five American adults shockingly do not have a will, according to a new study examining how people plan for their later years and if they've discussed the future with their partners or family..

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Flossing, Brushing Teeth Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's, Study Finds [Video]Flossing, Brushing Teeth Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's, Study Finds

The bacteria that causes gum disease can move from the mouth to the brain.

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Colorado Is One Of The Most Pet-Friendly States, Study Finds [Video]Colorado Is One Of The Most Pet-Friendly States, Study Finds

Colorado ranked No. 2 in a new study of pet-friendly states. Safewise.com looked at which states provide the safest and most welcoming environment for pets. Matt Yurus reports.

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Chicken May Be as Bad for Your Cholesterol as Red Meat [Video]Chicken May Be as Bad for Your Cholesterol as Red Meat

A new study finds white meat may not be a better alternative to red when it comes to cholesterol levels. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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Bees Think Like Humans When It Comes to Numbers: Study [Video]Bees Think Like Humans When It Comes to Numbers: Study

A new bee study finds that bees have human-like thinking when it comes to linking symbols to numbers. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.

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72% of Parents Agree That This Hinders Family Time [Video]72% of Parents Agree That This Hinders Family Time

In an increasingly distraction-filled world, family time is getting harder to come by. However, only 29 percent of families have a rule about mandatory time as a family, according to new research of..

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HealthWatch: Retrieve Forgotten Memories; Older Kids Napping [Video]HealthWatch: Retrieve Forgotten Memories; Older Kids Napping

Researchers have found that stimulating a particular region of the brain can help retrieve forgotten memories and a new study finds that 10 to 12-year-olds could also benefit from the occasional..

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Tourist numbers have greatest impact on lack of tranquillity at Stonehenge study finds

Wednesday 12 June, 2019Clive Bentley, acoustic scientist from consultancy Sharps Redmore, presented evidence today at a hearing into the planned £1.6 billion A303 Stonehenge Expressway project. His..
Pressat - Published

Sleep habits linked with blood sugar control in diabetes and prediabetes

(Reuters Health) - Too little sleep - or too much - can be tied to problems with blood sugar levels, not just in people with diabetes but also in people at high risk for developing the disease, a new..
Reuters - Published

'Chelsea tractors' making headlight glare worse, RAC study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Choosing a nursery could be more important than school when it comes academic achievement, study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Falling asleep in front of the TV could increase the risk of obesity, study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Summer babies are less likely to have friends when they start school, study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Tory spending plans to strip billions from poorest areas after Brexit and give cash to richest regions, study finds

Wales and the south west and north east of England will be biggest losers, it calculates - with funds diverted to wealthy London and the south east
Independent - Published

'Night owls' can change into early risers within a few weeks, study finds

Simple tweaks can help those habitually late to bed to feel less stressed and depressed - and less sleepy during the day
Independent - Published

A third of primary school children are not getting enough sleep, putting them at risk of obesity, study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Night owls can retrain their body clocks in just three weeks, study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

UK persistent poverty is below EU average, study finds

Figures cast doubt on UN official’s claims of human rights ‘violation’
FT.com - Published

Dogs mirror stress levels of their owners, study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Five million households in England struggling to afford housing costs, study finds

Families with dependent children make up 57% of those facing affordability problems
Independent - Published

U.S. soldiers have worse heart health than civilians

(Reuters Health) - U.S. soldiers are more likely to have poor heart health than civilians of similar ages, a new study finds.
Reuters - Published

Mohamed Salah may have caused Islamophobia in Liverpool to fall, study finds

Mohamed Salah may be responsible for a drop in Islamophobia in Liverpool, according to a new study. The Egyptian, a practising Muslim, has been worshipped by the red half of Merseyside following his..
talkSPORT - Published

Bees have human-like ability to link symbols to numbers, study finds

This may lead to 'exciting new pathways for communication across species', says Dr Adrian Dyer
Independent - Published

Drug which helps woman survive breast cancer can also stop prostate cancer spreading in men, new study finds


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

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