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Study Time! Latest Articles From StudyFinds - Issue #166


Study Time! Latest Articles From StudyFinds

March 20 · Issue #166 · View online

Your latest update featuring some of this week's studies published on

The most boring ‘person’ in the world actually identified by scientists
Male infertility cure? Scientists 3D print testicular cells that can make sperm
Close your curtains! Even a little bit of light while you sleep can harm your heart
Scientists create RNA which evolves — possibly revealing the origins of life
Spraying gold particles on the heart may help cure cardiovascular disease, study reveals
Here’s how sanctions on Russia impact the world — and may benefit the U.S.
Feel like giving up? Study finds mindfulness meditation helps with achieving personal goals
If standing raises your blood pressure, it could be a red flag for a heart attack
Protein in tick saliva emerges as possible treatment for chronic pain, severe itching
For the best sleep, survey finds you should get to bed by 9:39 p.m.
Star-struck: James Webb Telescope sends back highest resolution images from space ever
These 3 simple questions can change way you handle finances, help you save more
Doctors: Man’s tongue becomes black, hairy after suffering stroke
7 in 10 long COVID patients still battle memory and concentration problems
Cocoa extract shows promise at cutting risk of death from heart disease
Sharks sleep? Scientists find ocean predators take naps with their eyes open!
Growing up near green spaces lowers risk of harmful aging, disease — even without exercise
Smart devices are watching you everywhere and violating your privacy, computer scientists warn
Sex pheromone traps may help U.S. stop the spread of ‘murder hornets’
5 Health Benefits From Eating Yogurt Regularly, According To Science
More healthy years: Average person is living longer without disability
Dancing rats reveal how the brain unconsciously perfects skillful movements
Mild COVID cases linked to higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Plastic age: Catastrophic amount of waste is littering Earth’s oceans, shorelines
‘Vicious cycle’ discovered between too much daytime napping and Alzheimer’s disease
‘Invisibility cloak’ for cancer drugs successfully delivers bacteria to kill tumors
Humans are changing the way plants evolve worldwide, study says
Activating one protein can stop the aging process, study reveals
Using emojis in work emails, messages makes people look less ‘powerful’
What’s binocular vision? Surge in screen time during pandemic may lead to more eye problems for kids
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