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Study Time! Latest Articles From StudyFinds - Issue #181

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Study Time! Latest Articles From StudyFinds

August 7 · Issue #181 · View online

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


Lyme disease epidemic? Tick-borne illness cases skyrocket 357% in rural America
Taking aspirin, beta-blockers, or statins may cause heart attack on hot summer days
Do men really die sooner? Study finds married and educated men often outlive women
Want a higher salary? Be more active on Twitter, study suggests
The brain is not meant to be awake after midnight, study concludes
Alzheimer’s defense? Vitamin K in leafy greens could prevent age-related diseases
People feel less in control of their lives right after a breakup
Take a whiff: Smells of nature promote relaxation, positive well-being
‘Miracle molecules’ discovered? Scientists find compound that reverses aging, develop ‘longevity drug’
Want whiter teeth and fewer cavities? This treatment does just that — without need for toothbrush!
New treatment retrains the brain to successfully deal with chronic back pain
Eating Jarlsberg cheese daily may improve bone health without raising cholesterol
Cable news networks becoming even more politically polarized, study says
Monkeypox conspiracy theories may be spreading faster than the virus, survey reveals
Acupuncture could help prevent diabetes, research shows
Human skin has evolved to achieve maximum durability, flexibility
Feminism may promote better body image for mothers and daughters
Here’s the safest way to dive into a swimming pool, according to science
Smartphones can actually boost memory skills, study says
Fatty acids from fish and walnuts can lower breast cancer risk, study reveals
‘Dangerously underexplored’: Experts warn climate change could lead to extinction of humanity
150 million-year-old marine fossil named after Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky
Vinegar-based Japanese dish sunomono helps men over 40 keep a healthy blood pressure
Surveillance sins: 1 in 4 homeowners admit they use security cameras to spy on neighbors
‘Insufficient drug exposure’ may be to blame for Paxlovid ‘COVID rebound’
Setting the tone: Engaging leadership leads to engaged, efficient employees
Nicotine patches, gums, and nasal sprays for smokers may also help people stop drinking
Why are salespeople so pushy? Study reveals many have dark personalities
Researchers debunk claim that winning causes people to cheat more
Revenge games are real? Pro athletes play better against their former team
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