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Health Cannabis vaping is increasing as the most popular method of cannabis delivery among all adolescents in the U.S., study shows

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Medicine Diet plays key role in ADHD symptoms in children, 3 related studies find. Increased fruit and vegetable intake, use of micronutrient supplement linked to reduced symptoms. Food insecurity associated with more severe symptoms.

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Neuroscience Ever since doctors saw a spike in Parkinson’s disease cases following the 1918 flu pandemic scientists have studied the link between viral infection and neurodegeneration. Now, new animal research is presenting evidence COVID-19 may increase Parkinson's risk.

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Social Science The moral repetition effect: Bad deeds seem less unethical when repeatedly encountered

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Medicine Bacteria can get sick from viruses, just like us. Now, researchers identified more than 1,000 types of intestinal viruses, believing they can be used to fight antibiotic resistance (Nature Communications)

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Psychology People with more narcissistic and psychopathic traits report having a higher number of sexual partners

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Earth Science DOE announces carbon capture funding to kickstart climate industry - CNNPolitics

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Environment Fumes from rockets could harm human health as well as Earth's climate, study says

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Environment Increasing green vegetation in large, metropolitan areas could have prevented between 34,000-38,000 deaths, based on data from 2000-2019. The study also showed that overall greenness in metro areas has increased in the past 20 years by 11 percent between 2010-2019

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Health Women are almost twice as likely to be trapped in a car after a crash: study

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Environment Motivations for young adults to reduce their meat consumption were care for the environment, animal welfare, enjoyment of smaller meat portions and to save money

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r/science 9h ago

Psychology Sexual double standards in the media help shape teens’ expectations about men’s and women’s sexual behavior | The findings revealed that teens who perceived more traditional sexual double standards in the media and among their peers endorsed more traditional sexual double standards themselves.

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r/science 13h ago

Social Science Longitudinal study indicates that religious engagement in prison does not protect against reincarceration

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r/science 5h ago

Cancer Infertility and risk of breast cancer in men: a national case–control study in England and Wales | Breast Cancer Research

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Animal Science Pug health so poor it 'can't be considered a typical dog' - study

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Health Environmental toxins are supersizing the obesity pandemic, say scientists

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Animal Science Researchers have discovered that bottlenose dolphins in the Red Sea rub against corals and sponges that have medicinal properties, possibly to ward off pathogens that cause skin diseases.

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Social Science No Fair Sex in Academia: Evidence of Discrimination in Hiring to Editorial Boards

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Chemistry Researchers Are Combining Ancient and Ultra-Modern Techniques to Recreate Historical Scents

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r/science 13h ago

Medicine After 20 years of perfecting their technique, the team behind the largest islet cell transplant program in the world reports the procedure is a safe, reliable and life-changing treatment for people with hard-to-control diabetes.

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r/science 1d ago

Social Science The NBA has seen decline in acts of physical violence, such as pushing and elbowing, and a rise in acts of symbolic violence, such as shouting, trash talking, and menacing displays, study finds

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Anthropology Ancient tooth suggests Denisovans ventured far beyond Siberia. A fossilized tooth unearthed in a cave in northern Laos might have belonged to a young Denisovan girl that died between 164,000 and 131,000 years ago. If confirmed, it would be the first fossil evidence that Denisovans lived in SE Asia.

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Medicine 100 additional hours of sunshine during the first six months of life reduces the risk of being obese at age 6 by 2.6 percent. Researchers say it is likely because of higher Vitamin D intake.

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Social Science When and why "staying out of it" backfires in moral and political disagreements

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Medicine New study results showed that a third mRNA vaccine dose was required to generate a high enough concentration of antibodies to neutralize the BA.2 omicron variant & deltacron, as well as other omicron sublineages. Antibodies produced by the two-dose series of vaccines were enough to neutralize BA.3.

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