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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.
Study links pollution to hospital visits
Scientists have found a direct link between air pollution levels and hospital admissions in Tayside.
Study finds brain tumor cells are killed by targeting marker
Brain tumors account for 20 percent of all cases of childhood cancers as well as the highest number of cancer-related deaths in Canadian children under 20 years old.
Study reveals potential approach to treat dementia, stroke
A study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine revealed a potential approach to treat one of the commonest causes of dementia and stroke in older people.
Study reveals source of parrots' high intelligence
Neuroscientists in Canada have identified the neural circuit responsible for parrots' impressive intelligence.
Study leads to new scale of earthquake understanding
Nanoscale knowledge of the relationships between water, friction and mineral chemistry could lead to a better understanding of earthquake dynamics, a study of the University of Illinois (UI) showed.
Study examines ancient roots of team sports
In a new study, anthropologists argue team sports encouraged evolutionarily advantageous traits among early hunter-gatherers.
NASA study solves Greenland glacier mystery
In northwest Greenland, a pair of glaciers, Tracy and Heilprin, flow side-by-side into Inglefield Gulf, and yet, they're melting at dramatically different rates.
Study finds less corruption in countries where more women are in government
A greater representation of women in the government is bad news for corruption, according to a new study published in the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization by researchers Chandan Jha of Le Moyne College and Sudipta Sarangi of Virginia Tech.
Study reveals missing drivers of ocean deoxygenation
Over the last 50 years, the amount of oxygen in the world's oceans has declined by two percent. Models designed to simulate the phenomenon, however, have failed to reproduce such significant losses.
Study doesn't find any safety issues for DTaP vaccine
A comprehensive, nearly two-decade long study of the DTaP vaccine that's routinely given to babies and young children finds no safety issues.
America's use of armed drones increasing: study
A new study reveals that the US use of deadly drones is increasing under President Donald Trump.
Don’t force your children to study for long. Here’s a science-backed reason
Good news for all children. Findings of a new study suggests that spending more years in full-time education leads to greater risk of developing short-sightedness, or myopia.
Study reveals key mechanism in formation of spider silk
A team of scientists has discovered a previously unidentified structural component key to the formation of spider silk and its extraordinary strength.
NASA satellites aid study of relativistic particles
New data collected by NASA satellites suggest local acceleration explains most of the relativistic particles found in the Van Allen radiation belts circling Earth.

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