Terrifying ‘Death Roll’ Almost Universal Among Crocodile Species, Study Finds The infamous “death roll” — the terrifying spinning maneuver crocodiles and alligators make to dismember prey — may be more common among species than previously believed, according to a new.. geek.com - Published 1 hour ago
Study finds new level of complexity in dolphin communication newKerala.com - Published 11 hours ago
Over 60% of Americans are Friends With Their Cars
Americans spend on average 18 full days in their car every year, according to new research.The mind-bending new statistic emerged in a new study of 2,000 American car owners which found that, whether..
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The Most Common Commute Nightmares in America
Three-hour accident delays, flooded streets, transmissions falling out on bridges — Americans who commute by car know all too well the pitfalls of getting to and from work.Americans who commute to..
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Americans Only Have 43 minutes of 'Me Time' a Day
Struggling to find a little "me time"? You're far from alone because the average American only gets five hours of "me time" in a week -- that's just 43 minutes a day.A study examining where and how..
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Americans Don't Know How to Recycle
Americans don't know how to recycle - and that lack of knowledge is the biggest barrier to being green, according to new research.The survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that 62 percent worry that a..
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Why Americans Postpone Medical & Dental Procedures
Ever delayed a dental or medical procedure because of your wallet? You're far from alone since one in two Americans have postponed a procedure due to cost, according to new research.A study examining..
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Eating Red Meat Every Day Raises Risk of Early Death
Eating Red Meat Every Day Raises Risk of Early Death Meat-lovers: beware. A new study finds that eating just 200 grams of red meat a day dramatically raises your risk of heart disease and early death...
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How Office Workers Really Feel About Their Jobs
A majority of office workers grade their job a B-, according to new research. Which begs the question, do Americans really love what they do?According to a new study exploring office jobs within the..
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What Inspires Americans to Get Fit for the Summer?
Seven in 10 Americans are trying to kick their healthy lifestyle into high gear and are currently working towards a summer fitness goal, according to new research.A study of 2,000 people examined..
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1 in 4 Americans Suffering Through Sex Dry Spell
If you're in the throes of a string of bad dates and an unlucky season for love, perhaps you'll find comfort in knowing you aren't alone: one in four Americans (28 percent) are currently experiencing a..
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Bald men have less sex than hairy ones - but are more likely to think they're great at it, study finds The study shows that bald men are more likely to think they're good in bed Gloucestershire Echo - Published 23 hours ago Also reported by • Stroud Life • Gloucester Citizen
UK ranks below Jamaica, Latvia and Ghana for press freedom, global study finds 'Too often steps taken in the name of national security trample press freedom,' says advocacy group on British media landscape Independent - Published 2 days ago Supermarket meat 'fit to eat' after 50 days, study finds Telegraph.co.uk - Published 3 days ago
British workers put in longest hours in EU, study finds German and Danish workers more productive than UK counterparts even though they work fewer hours, says TUC Independent - Published 3 days ago
Even government guideline amounts of red meat and bacon increase risk of bowel cancer, study finds 'People who eat red and processed meat four or more times a week have a higher risk of developing bowel cancer than those who eat red and processed meat less than twice a week' Independent - Published 3 days ago
A rasher of bacon 'ups cancer risk' Eating even small amounts of red or processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer, study finds. BBC News - Published 4 days ago Also reported by • BBC Local News Girls account for nine out of 10 US teenagers killed by partner but issue of teen abuse not taken seriously, study finds 'This is a public health issue that should be taken seriously,' says researcher Independent - Published 5 days ago
Alarming study finds that men with beards carry more germs than dogs Nearly half of the beards sampled were harbouring germs known to be dangerous to human health Gloucester Citizen - Published 5 days ago Also reported by • Stroud Life • Gloucestershire Echo
Deep sea snailfish has soft bones and open skull to cope with crushing pressure, study finds Research shows how animals have adapted to survive in hostile environments Independent - Published 5 days ago
If you like your coffee black you are more likely to be a psychopath, study finds The way you drink it says a lot about you Hull Daily Mail - Published 1 week ago
Cannabis could improve orgasms for women, study finds Study finds women who used marijuana before sex were twice as likely to say they had 'satisfactory' orgasms Independent - Published 1 week ago HPV vaccination study finds cervical pre-cancer rates down 88% The programme is having a 'profound effect' on the prevalence of cancer-causing strains of the virus – even on those who have not been inoculated, explains Kevin Pollock Independent - Published 1 week ago
Ethnic minorities a third more likely to be trapped in insecure work, study finds TUC calls for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting as figures suggest BME workers fare worse than white workers in jobs market Independent - Published 1 week ago Home insurance customers paying hundreds of pounds in loyalty penalty, study finds Policyholders with same insurer for six years charged twice as much as new customers, Citizens Advice finds Independent - Published 1 week ago
Study finds that flying cars are the green option of tomorrow Researchers have investigated how practical electric flying cars would be Hull Daily Mail - Published 2 weeks ago London and south-east secure bulk of private equity funds Attempts to rebalance the UK economy being hit by lack of funding, study finds FT.com - Published 2 weeks ago
International Space Station teeming with bacteria and fungi that can corrode spacecraft, study finds 'The influence of the indoor microbiome on human health becomes more important for astronauts during flights due to altered immunity associated with space flight,' says researcher Independent - Published 2 weeks ago Exercise during pregnancy protects children from obesity, study finds New research suggests lack of exercise in healthy women during pregnancy can predispose their children to obesity Independent - Published 2 weeks ago
More than 600 C-sections and up to 100 stillbirths a year could be prevented Study finds that NHS hospitals are not following official guidelines on multiple births Hull Daily Mail - Published 2 weeks ago Teens 'not damaged by screen time', study finds Oxford University study finds no evidence of link between adolescent wellbeing and screen time. BBC News - Published 2 weeks ago
Even one drink a day increases stroke risk, study finds This goes against previous claims that moderate drinking might protect the heart, researchers say. BBC News - Published 2 weeks ago Also reported by • BBC Local News Most cannabis sold on streets contains faecal matter, study finds Average amount of faecal bacteria in each gram of resin in Madrid is 500 times higher than maximum legal limit for marijuana in the US Independent - Published 2 weeks ago
Cats able to recognise their own names, study finds Scientists say pets appear to show comprehension, but are probably not attaching a deep meaning to words Independent - Published 2 weeks ago Brexit has cost UK economy £66bn so far, study finds Britain has missed out on £550m per week of growth since June 2016 refeerendum, according to Standard & Poor's Independent - Published 2 weeks ago
Age discrimination is rife in Britain, UCL study finds, as one in four over 50s report being unfairly treated Telegraph.co.uk - Published 2 weeks ago Wealthiest UK estates use loopholes to pay just 10% inheritance tax, study finds Aspects of regressive system that allows richest to pay least are 'ripe for reform', according to experts Independent - Published 2 weeks ago