Tag Archives: Study

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The U.S. Government Warns: Disease Carrying Mosquitos Could Invade 75% of America

By Independent

Mosquitoes capable of spreading serious and potentially deadly diseases such as Zika

In Order To Give Your Kids The Best Chance At Success, Science Says Parents Should Be Doing These 9 Things

By Inc.

Much has been written about the attributes of high-achieving adults,

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Men Abandoning Marriage For Cheap Sex

By New York Post

Thanks to cheap sex, marriage may be doomed.

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Scientists Find That Sleeping In A Cold Room Is Good For Your Health

By SimpleMost

Have you given much thought to the temperature at which you fall asleep? I haven’t.

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Johns Hopkins Researchers Discover The Secrets Of Cancer Mestastisis And How To Slow It Down

By The Baltimore Sun

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How To Reverse The Signs Of Aging In The Brain: Dance More!

By Medical Press

As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness,

Stop Shaving Your Pubic Hair: 5 Reasons Why

By BlackDoctor.org

Pubic hair removal has become extremely popular and has grown into a multi-million dollar business.

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Supermarkets May Be Carrying Hepatitis-Infected Pork

By The Guardian

Pork products sold at a leading supermarket may have infected British shoppers

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If You Want To Stay Married, You Have To Embrace Change

By New York Times

A couple of years ago, it seemed as if everyone I knew was on the verge of divorce.

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Female Dragonflies Play Dead to Fend Off Amorous Males

By Newsweek

In order to avoid males of the species bothering them for sex, female dragonflies fake their own deaths,

Less Generous Welfare Benefits for States With More Black People

By Washington Post

How much cash welfare assistance families in poverty receive largely depends on where they live,

Even Though Poor Whites Are Better Off, They Still Feel Worse About Life Than Poor Blacks

By QZ.com

Rising inequality in the US is not isolated to one race or class, but the feeling of despair is more particular.

PhD’s Have Twice The Risk of Psychiatric Disorders Than Their Highly Educated Counterparts

By Business Insider

Academia isn’t for everyone. The hours are long, you’re likely to spend a lot of time looking at a computer

Women: You Absorb DNA From Every Man You Sleep With

By YourNewsWire.com

Women retain and carry living DNA from every man with whom they have sexual intercourse,

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The Biggest Beneficiaries of Affirmative Action Are White Women – So Why Are They Also It’s Fiercest Opponents?

By Vox.com

The University of Texas Austin was Abigail Fisher’s dream school.

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Why Is Everyone Scared of Black Men: A New Study Sheds Light

By Atlanta Black Star

The American Psychological Association Journal of Personality and Social Psychology has released a study that shows people perceive Black men to be taller, heavier and more muscular than white men, even if they are the same height and weight.

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Clutter & Depression Are Related

By Your Modern Family

Clutter & Depression go hand in hand.  When clutter is weighing you down with the toys in the living room, beds unmade, dishes left in the sink… these things make us feel mentally cluttered.   It makes our homes look messy and it makes our emotions feel messy.

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50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Paid Scientists To Misdirect Blame For Obesity

By NPR

In the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research that downplayed the risks of sugar and highlighted the hazards of fat, according to a newly published article in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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How Black People Can Break The Cycle Of Inherited Poverty

By Ebony

I became heir to my parent’s financial mismanagement and generational debt. By the time I was conceived, my father and mother had not only transformed molehills of bills into mountains of unpaid accounts,

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According to History, African Americans Don’t Sleep As Well As Whites

By LA Times

When we study racial inequality, we tend to consider factors that affect people while they are awake. Differential access to safe neighborhoods with good schools, decent jobs and unbalanced treatment by police and the courts surely have much to do with the stubborn disparities in wealth and well-being