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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.
Study: Quarter of UK student nurses drop out before graduation
Nearly a quarter of student nurses in the UK are dropping out of their degree courses before graduation, according to figures that bode ill for the staffing crisis in the National Health Service (NHS).
Study shows health, reaction-time declines in firefighters
Randy Brooks’ son had a request three years ago: What could his dad do to make wildland firefighting safer? To Brooks, a professor at the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources who deals with wildland firefighting, it was more of a command.
Study: Air pollution may harm cognitive intelligence
Chronic exposure to air pollution can cause harm to cognitive performance, a new study revealed.
Lack of sleep doubles heart disease risk in men: Study
Middle-aged men who sleep less than five hours a night have twice the risk of developing a major cardiovascular event such as heart attack or stroke, a study has found.
Study: Even 'safe' air pollution levels may cause changes linked to heart failure
Even low levels of air pollution may cause heart abnormalities similar to those seen during the early stages of heart failure, a study warned.
UK government launches study on increased food bank usage
The government in the United Kingdom is studying why more and more people are using food banks amid allegations that its social welfare policies have led to more poverty and destitution across the country.
First study of its kind observes power struggle of chromosomes to survive
Biology researchers from the University of Southampton brought us a step closer to fully understanding how we inherit our chromosomes from our parents and grandparents.
Cuba to study whether climate change is hurting sugar harvests
Cuba is studying whether to adjust its sugar-harvest calendar in response to damaging changes in the island's climate, an official newspaper reported Saturday.
Study shows push for EU demise gaining momentum
A recent study has revealed that far-right Eurosceptic parties have gained influence in the European Union and could make efforts to break the bloc.
Study: Illicit use of ADHD meds won't boost grades
Many college students turn to ADHD medications during exam week, treating the prescription stimulants as "smart drugs" that will enhance their academic performance.
Study compares athlete and truck driver, identical twins
When it comes to being fit, are genes or lifestyle — nature or nurture — more important? Researchers at San Francisco State University, CSU Fullerton and Cal Poly, Pomona removed the nature part of the equation by studying a pair of identical 52-year-old twins who had taken radically different fitness paths over three decades.

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