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Top Workplace Distractions and How to Deal With Them

Nov 25, 2016 AM EST Workplace distractions can make you lose productive minutes of your time but here's how you can deal with them.

How the Effects of Stress Vary between Girls and Boys According to a Stanford University Study

Nov 14, 2016 PM EST According to a Stanford University, girls and boys experience distinctly varying effects of stress which require different approaches to treatment.

Chimps Can Suffer Presbyopia At 40 Plus, Kyoto University Academic Study Reveals

Nov 10, 2016 AM EST Academic study reveals that far-sightedness among animals is a natural thing. Later sugegstions from the study involve the shifitng of focus from gene analyses to animal observations.

‘Micro-Celebrity’: The New Term For People Made Famous On Or By The Internet, Academic Study Suggests

Nov 08, 2016 AM EST Internet plays a major role in defining what a celebrity means today. In Senft's latest study, the dynamics of the shift gets to be observed thoroughly.

Manchester University Study Reveals How Weight Gain Can Lead To Cancer

Nov 07, 2016 AM EST Researchers at Manchester University have found a link between weight gain and cancer.

University od Canterbury Leads A Million Dollar Study on Microchips That Can Mimic the Human Brain

Oct 24, 2016 AM EDT The scientists from the University of Canterbury commenced a study on the microchip that is designed to replicate the capabilities of the human brain.

Immunotherapy Drug: Treatment for Patients with Neck and Head Cancer [VIDEO]

Oct 17, 2016 AM EDT Immunotherapy is a treatment that uses certain parts of a person's immune system to fight diseases such as cancer. And now that it is being given to patients, the rate of the treatment is improving ...

Cells Grown On Skin Could Become A Treatment For Heart Attacks?[VIDEO]

Oct 13, 2016 PM EDT A new innovative treatment for heart attacks can be done through stem cell therapy. Scientists Discovered that this stem cell therapy treatment can initially repair damage to the h

[TRENDING] ADHD Medications Are Potential Performance-Enhancing Drugs, Students Claim; Academics Call For Investigation! [VIDEO]

Sep 26, 2016 AM EDT Teen students in America claim that anti-ADHD drugs can be effective steroids. Academics call for investigation, involving drug departments in the U.S. to confirm that the claim is correct. the only ...

Stanford Study Reveals Larger Marine Animals' Extinction Risk May Be Caused By Humans

Sep 19, 2016 AM EDT A Stanford-led study revealed the real reason why larger marine animals are facing the risk of extinction.

The Cockroach Milk Surprise: Academic Research Explains Why It Is The Next Big Food Thing! [VIDEO]

Aug 01, 2016 AM EDT Biochemist at India's Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine in Bangalore, Subramanian Ramaswamy surprises science and academic domains with his latest research- "Cockroach Milk: ...

New Study Shows Coffee Is Not Bad For People With Heart Problems [VIDEO]

Apr 18, 2016 AM EDT All you coffee lovers out there could now rejoice with this new findings about caffeine's link to heart problems. It is not that bad!

UA Fires Pot Researcher over Controversial Marijuana Study

Jul 02, 2014 AM EDT The University of Arizona has come under the fire of medical marijuana advocates for abrupt termination of a prominent pot researcher.

Majority Ivy League Students Do Not Consider Study Drugs as Cheating, Study

May 03, 2014 AM EDT Majority of Ivy League students have been found to use study drugs and do not consider it as cheating, according to an American Academy of Paediatrics study.

Men Involve In Extra-Marital Affairs Due To Stronger Sexual Impulses, Study

Sep 23, 2013 AM EDT University of Texas’ researchers said that men surrender to sexual temptations more than women because they experience strong sexual impulses, not because they have weak self-control.

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