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Study uncovers high levels of previously unsuspected pollutant in homes, environment
Scientists at Indiana University found high levels of a previously unsuspected pollutant in homes, in an electronic waste recycling facility and in the natural environment.
US lost 3.4 million jobs after China’s entrance into WTO: Study
The massive growth in the US trade deficit with China that came after Beijing joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 has cost an estimated 3.4 million American jobs, according to a new report.
Study shows childhood obesity the major risk factor for serious hip disease
New research suggested that rising childhood obesity rates are causing more adolescents to develop a debilitating hip disease requiring urgent surgery.
Infant mortality in England, Wales could soar without action, study warns
Infant mortality rates in England and Wales could be 140 percent higher than in comparable wealthy countries by 2030 without concerted action, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health warned.
More than a million UK residents live in 'food deserts', says study
More than a million people in the UK live in ‘food deserts’ — neighborhoods where poverty, poor public transport and a dearth of big supermarkets severely limit access to affordable fresh fruit and vegetables, a study claimed.
Study: 'Territorial injustice' may rise in England due to council cuts
Disproportionately harsh spending cuts to local public services in England’s poorest areas are likely to intensify perceived ‘territorial injustice’ between deprived and wealthy parts of the country, a study showed.
Study: 2035 is climate change point of no return
The time for action is now, at least when it comes to climate change. If the world's major governments don't enact measures that limit global warming, it may be impossible to stop its progress, according to a study published in the journal Earth System Dynamics.
Study reveals new targets to inhibit pulmonary fibrosis
In a study out this week in Science Translational Medicine, an international team led by researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center sheds new light on the cause of pulmonary fibrosis and demonstrates a way to impede the disease in mice.
Study: Wind turbines contribute to climate change
Wind turbines, designed as an alternative to fossil fuels, still contribute to climate change due to the way they redistribute heat and moisture in the atmosphere, according to a study published on Thursday.
Study: Abused children carry trauma in their cells
Children subjected to abuse may carry the physical hallmark of that trauma in their cells, scientists said Tuesday, in research that could help criminal investigations probing historic mistreatment.
Multi-country study: Eating junk food raises risk of depression
Eating junk food increases the risk of becoming depressed, a study has found, prompting calls for doctors to routinely give dietary advice to patients as part of their treatment for depression.
Study ties household chemicals to kidney harm
Widely used household and industrial chemicals may harm the kidneys, researchers say.
Suicide biggest killer among 15-39 year olds: Study
India accounts for a disproportionately high proportion of global suicide deaths among women
Study reveals rise in children raised in squalid rental homes in England
A quarter of a million families bringing up babies and infants in England are living in privately rented accommodation that fails to meet the decent homes standard, it has emerged.
Sleep apnea often missed in black Americans: Study
Sleep apnea is common — but rarely diagnosed — among black Americans, researchers said.

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