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Dental Cavities Lower Risk of Head and Neck Cancer, Study

Sep 14, 2013 AM EDT People with more cavities in their teeth are 32 percent less likely to suffer from head and neck cancers, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Buffalo.

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 ...

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.

Certain Gut Bacteria Can Help Offset Obesity, Study

Sep 07, 2013 AM EDT Obesity depends upon the type of bacteria present in the stomach.

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.

Listening To Your Favourite Music Can Strengthen Heart and Improve Stamina, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT One's favourite music combined with exercise training strengthens heart and also helps recover from heart ailments, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Nis, ...

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.

Swiss Archaeologists Discover Ancient Human Settlement in Bolivian Amazon

Aug 29, 2013 AM EDT Swiss researchers have discovered nearly 10,000-year-old remnants of human settlements in Bolivia.

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 ...

Researchers Can Hack GSM Phones to Block Calls and Messages Reaching Recipients

Aug 27, 2013 AM EDT A Technical University of Berlin telecommunications security research group successfully blocked local cell phones from receiving calls and text messages by making software modification on a GSM ...

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 ...

People Suffering From Anorexia Nervosa have Larger Brains, Study

Aug 26, 2013 AM EDT People suffering from the eating disorder, anorexia nervosa, have bigger brains when compared to people who do not suffer from the same disorder, according to a new study conducted by researchers from ...

Savers Are More Romantically Attractive Than Spenders, Study

Aug 22, 2013 AM EDT Savers will be generally preferred over spenders in romantic relationships, according to a study conducted by researchers Jenny Olson and Scott Rick of the University Of Michigan Ross School Of ...

Children Who Eat School Lunch and Watch More TV Become Obese, Study

Aug 21, 2013 AM EDT Girls who drink milk and boys who are involved in a team sport are less likely to be overweight or obese, according to a study conducted by the researchers at the University of Michigan. The findings ...

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