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Heavily-processed food linked to early death, two major studies show
People who eat large amounts of heavily-processed foods, from breakfast cereals and ready meals to muffins and ice cream, have a greater risk of heart attack, stroke and early death, according to two major studies.
South Korea cabinet waives feasibility studies for 24.1 trillion won worth of projects
South Korea cabinet on Tuesday approved the waiving of preliminary feasibility studies for 23 projects worth 24.1 trillion won ($21.5 billion) in the latest move to promote balanced regional development.
Lack of sleep makes you angrier: Study
To measure anger, researchers had participants come to the lab - before and after the sleep manipulation - to rate different products while listening to brown noise (similar to the sound of spraying water) or more aversive white noise (similar to a static signal).
Big studies give mixed news on fish oil, vitamin D
Taking fish oil or vitamin D? Big studies give long-awaited answers on who does and does not benefit from these popular nutrients.
No difference between children of single mothers and two-parent families: Study
The study analysed children’s internal and external problem behaviour (well-being) between both family types.
Edinburgh University given £20m for autism studies
Edinburgh University researchers hoping to develop new treatments for autism have received a £20 million funding boost from a US philanthropic foundation.
Studies find worrying over- and under-use of medicine worldwide
Up to 70 percent of hysterectomies in the United States, a quarter of knee replacements in Spain and more than half the antibiotics prescribed in China are inappropriate, overused healthcare, researchers said.
Studies find worrying over- and under-use of medicine worldwide
Up to 70 percent of hysterectomies in the United States, a quarter of knee replacements in Spain and more than half the antibiotics prescribed in China are inappropriate, overused healthcare, researchers said.
Studies find worrying over- and underuse of medicine worldwide
Up to 70 percent of hysterectomies in the United States, a quarter of knee replacements in Spain and more than half the antibiotics prescribed in China are inappropriate, overused healthcare, researchers said.
Iranian to head Islamic Studies Department for first time in Ankara
Iran’s Ministry of Science, Research and Technology will, for the first time, send an Iranian professor to assume responsibility at the Islamic Studies Department in Ankara, said Deputy Science Minister for International Affairs Hossein Salar-Amoli.
Hafez Studies wraps up in Tajikistan
The closing ceremony of the 14th round of Hafez Studies, attended by the admirers of the great Persian poet, wrapped up in the Tajik capital of Dushanbe.
Fixing vitamin D, depression aids the heart: studies
Taking steps to recover from depression and boost vitamin D levels may improve heart health, according to a new research.
Gorgan Wall has potentials for archeological studies
Gorgan Wall in the northern province of Golestan boasts of potentials for paleontological studies, said the secretary general of International Paleontology Society during his trip to this province.
Health studies for schoolchildren
Health studies will be included in the textbooks of all school students, said the head of Health Ministry's Office for Education and Health Improvement.
Studies on 1st modern humans underway
An international team has started archeological excavations in Kaldar Cave in Khorramabad, Lorestan province, to document the emergence of the first modern humans in Iran, the head of the archeological team said.

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