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Women better positioned to resist work automation
Research shows women are better positioned than men to resist the automation of work and possibly even benefit from it.
Snorers are three times more likely to suffer from dementia
Heavy snorers are up to three times more likely to develop dementia, scientists warned.
Surfers three times more likely to have antibiotic-resistant bacteria in guts
Regular surfers and body boarders are three times more likely to have antibiotic resistant E. coli in their guts than non-surfers, new research revealed.
Smokers more likely to need spinal surgery
Smoking increases the risk of lower back pain that needs to be fixed by spinal surgery, a Swedish study suggested.
Open-minded mothers are more likely to encourage children’s creativity
Mothers with open personalities are more likely to foster a creative environment for their children, a study has discovered.
Bullied kids more likely to bring weapons to school
CDC data on bullying in schools nationwide suggested that it is likely that more than 200,000 victims of bullying have carried a gun or knife to school in the last 30 days.
Women drivers 'less likely to be distracted than men'
Women are less likely to be distracted while driving then men, new research suggested.
Introverts more likely to sleep badly
How easy you find drifting off at night could be down to your personality, a new study showed.
Likely tornado flips cars in eastern Maryland
Second-born kids more likely to be delinquent
First-borns have a new study to lord over their siblings. A study has found that second-born children, especially boys, are more likely to get in trouble.
People with slender faces more likely to be left-handed
A study by researchers at the University of Washington has found that people with slender faces are 25 percent more likely to be left-handed.
Why young people are now less likely to smoke
All age groups in the UK are smoking less — but the largest decrease is among 18- to 24-year-olds, according to the Office of National Statistics. Why is that?
Chronic pain more likely for poor, less educated
Chronic pain is much more common among poor, less educated older Americans than their wealthier, more educated peers, a new study suggested.
MRI twice as likely as biopsy to spot prostate cancer
Every man with suspected prostate cancer should have an MRI scan, which is twice as likely to identify the presence of dangerous tumors as the invasive biopsy used currently, said doctors.
Scientists: Moon likely formed 4.51 billion years ago
A new analysis of lunar rocks brought to Earth by Apollo 14 astronauts in 1971 suggested that the moon formed 4.51 billion years ago — just 60 million years after the solar system itself took shape.
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