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Australian business managers underperforming their US peers, study finds
Australian business managers' skills are behind those of their American counterparts, potentially hurting sales and profit, work done by the federal Industry…
Sep 09, 2019 06:28 UTC Read More

Gender inequality rife in veterinary profession, study finds
Despite women increasingly dominating the veterinary profession, discrimination appears to be common, a British study has found. Some 76% of vet school…
Sep 08, 2019 20:30 UTC Read More

Study finds 9/11 firefighters who first arrived at Ground Zero run higher risk of heart disease
The study examined the cardiovascular health of 9796 firefighters who worked at Ground Zero after the attacks.
Sep 07, 2019 20:17 UTC Read More

2 Texas mussel species dont need special protections, study finds
Two species of Texas mussels that were in the running to qualify as federally protected endangered species, it turns out, are doing just fine.The U.S. Fish and…
Sep 06, 2019 23:06 UTC Read More

Detention time is getting longer for truck drivers, study finds
Detention time is getting longer and longer for truck drivers, a new study shows. It's an inefficiency that aggravates truckers and wastes money.
Sep 06, 2019 17:55 UTC Read More

Penn Medicine study finds emoji buttons effective gauge of ED patient, clinician satisfaction
Installing touch-button terminals throughout a hospital's emergency department provides an accurate depiction of real-time patient and clinician sentiment,…
Sep 06, 2019 16:38 UTC Read More

Women still struggle for representation in STEM jobs, study finds
Findings from a recent study show that women are not getting equal representation when it comes to being placed in senior positions in STEM jobs.
Sep 06, 2019 15:30 UTC Read More

Stress in pregnancy linked to personality disorders in children, study finds
Moms to be who suffer stress in pregnancy are more likely to have kids with personality disorders, a new study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry...
Sep 06, 2019 13:58 UTC Read More

September 6 Week in Review: Study Finds Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Linked to Higher Risk of Melanoma; Study Links Tramadol to Increased Risk of Hypoglycemia
This weekly video program provides our readers with an in-depth review of the latest news, medical product approvals, FDA rulings, and more. The Week in…
Sep 06, 2019 13:38 UTC Read More

Parkinson's Patients Walk More Naturally When Singing to Themselves, Study Finds
Keeping a rhythmic tune playing mentally can help older adults both with Parkinson's and without walk more naturally and at a steadier pace, a study says.
Sep 06, 2019 11:59 UTC Read More

Medication adherence can reduce hospitalization risk, study finds Clinical News
Medication adherence may help keep residents out of the hospital, according to a new investigation of adults age 50 and older.
Sep 05, 2019 22:50 UTC Read More

21 Harlem Schools Threatened By Road Pollution, Study Finds
21 Harlem Schools At Risk Of Road Pollution - Harlem, NY - Car fumes could threaten the health of students at schools near NYC's highways and other major…
Sep 05, 2019 16:11 UTC Read More

Ford Study Finds 42 Percent of Americans Think Electric Cars Still Need Gasoline
It'll probably come as no surprise to most folks that the general public doesn't know much about electric cars. In fact, the large majority are still trying to figure out…
Sep 05, 2019 16:08 UTC Read More

Study Finds Students Who Do Not Date Are Not Social Misfits
Prior research identified four distinct dating trajectories from 6th to 12th grade: Low, Increasing, High Middle School, and Frequent. In a new study published in…
Sep 05, 2019 14:44 UTC Read More

Lack Of Sleep Could Be Ruining Your Love Life, Study Finds
PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — Being sleep deprived in today's busy world is almost taken for granted. In fact, in some circles, it's cause for bragging rights.
Sep 05, 2019 13:36 UTC Read More

Diabetes stress high among college students, study finds
Managing a chronic health condition, such as diabetes, can be difficult regardless of your age. But a new study suggests that it may be especially challenging for…
Sep 05, 2019 13:17 UTC Read More

Study Finds Biomarkers That May Inform Gaucher Manifestations' Severity
The biomarkers cathepsin D and S, YKL-40, and progranulin can inform the severity of Gaucher-related manifestations such as bone disease or splenomegaly.
Sep 05, 2019 12:59 UTC Read More

Pregnant Women Often Feel Pushed Out Of Their Careers,
A new study finds that a significant portion of working women feel they are being actively pushed out of their jobs when they become pregnant.
Sep 05, 2019 12:10 UTC Read More

Prospect Lefferts Gardens Is A Childcare Desert, Study Finds
Prospect Lefferts Gardens Is A Childcare Desert - Prospect Heights-Crown Heights, NY - Parents of infants across New York City struggle to find care for their…
Sep 05, 2019 10:59 UTC Read More

Public underestimates threat of climate crisis and plastic pollution, study finds
The impact of global warming is underestimated by the general public, according to a new study. Only a quarter of people correctly identified that all 20 of the…
Sep 05, 2019 10:19 UTC Read More

Study finds no link between "extreme" personal grooming and STDs
Women who choose to shave or wax their pubic hair might not be raising their risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) after all, according to a new study that…
Sep 05, 2019 06:55 UTC Read More

Study finds clickbait content not so click-worthy
Web Log: Clickbait in form of political outrage articles likely to be viewed as 'fake news'
Sep 05, 2019 06:15 UTC Read More

Unhappy Mothers Talk More To Baby Boys, Study Finds
BOSTON (CBS) – According to a study from the University of Cambridge, unhappy mothers talk more to their baby boys. Previous research has suggested that…
Sep 04, 2019 21:42 UTC Read More

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