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Unique Sleep Therapy can Reduce Fear, Study

Sep 23, 2013 AM EDT One can get rid of a phobia by a unique sleep therapy related to odors, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

‘Exercise Just 30 minutes a Day and Lose 25 Percent Weight,’ Danish Study

Sep 20, 2013 AM EDT People who exercised for just half an hour a day lost more than one-third of their body weight when compared to people who were involved in long work out sessions, according to a new study conducted ...

‘We Still Have 1.75 Billion Years to Enjoy Earth’s Treasures,’ UK Study

Sep 19, 2013 AM EDT Habitable conditions on planet Earth will persist for at least another 1.75 billion years and perhaps as many as 3.5billion, according to a new study conducted by astrobiologists at the University of ...

Obesity Doubles a Person’s Chances of Suffering from Migraines, Study

Sep 17, 2013 AM EDT Obesity causes frequent migraines, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine. The findings appear in the online edition of Neurology.

Holy water in Austria Unsafe for Drinking; Contains Fecal and Bacterial Contamination, Study

Sep 14, 2013 AM EDT Almost all the holy water in Austria is impure and may affect a person's health due to bacterial contamination, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the Institute of Hygiene and ...

Gun Ownership Linked To Firearm Homicide, Boston Study

Sep 13, 2013 AM EDT Increased gun ownership leads to more gun-related homicides, according to a new study conducted by the researchers at the Boston University School of Public Health.

Attractive People Favored in Job Interviews over Non-Attractive Ones, Study

Sep 12, 2013 AM EDT It is a known fact that attractive women are more favored in interviews! A new study further adds to the evidence.

Men with Smaller Testicles More Likely To Make Better Fathers, Study

Sep 10, 2013 AM EDT Men with smaller testes are more likely to make a good parent as they are more involved in child care, including changing nappies, feeding and bathing, according to a new study conducted by ...

Tattoos Considered Taboo by Managers in Customer-Oriented Companies, Study

Sep 06, 2013 AM EDT Tattoos might portray a style statement but it can prove unlucky if an individual is seeking a job, especially in sectors that deal with customers directly.

Mediterranean Diet Offsets Dementia, Study

Sep 04, 2013 AM EDT Mediterranean diet is healthy for the mind, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Exeter's Medical School.

Daydreamers at Greater Risk of Developing Insomnia, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT Daydreamers are more likely to develop insomnia because they cannot stop thoughts from appearing in their heads, according to a new study conducted by a team from the American Academy of Sleep ...

Financial Strains Reduces Cognitive Abilities, Study

Aug 31, 2013 AM EDT Financial pressure affects poor people's aptitude to perform well in cognitive and logic tests, according to a new study conducted by a team of international researchers.

Brain Protein Deficiency Causes Age-Related Memory Loss, Study

Aug 29, 2013 AM EDT Age-related memory loss and Alzheimer's disease are two separate medical conditions. The diseases arise from two different parts of the brain's hippocampus, the region of the brain related to memory, ...

Tornadoes Cause Greater Damage Moving Uphill, Study

Aug 28, 2013 AM EDT Tornadoes do more damages when travelling upward and tend to climb toward higher elevations rather than going downhill, according to a new study conducted by engineering researchers from the ...

Strategy-Based Video Games like StarCraft Increase Brain Flexibility, Study

Aug 26, 2013 AM EDT People can enhance their brain's 'cognitive flexibility' by playing strategy-based video games like StarCraft, according to a new study conducted by Queen Mary and University College London ...

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