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Study Time! Latest Articles From - Issue #131


Study Time! Latest Articles From

July 25 · Issue #131 · View online

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

Too much coffee can cause your brain to shrink, raise dementia risk by 53 percent!
The more money you make, the longer you’ll live, study suggests
Deadly spider venom can help heart attack survivors recover: ‘This could be life-changing’
Adding omega-3 fatty acids to your diet can help you live 5 years longer
1 in 3 cancer articles on social media contain harmful misinformation
Eating proteins at breakfast is the best time for building strong muscles
Potential breakthrough treatment created for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease
Why do most service workers encounter sexual harassment? Tips & forced friendliness
Anger in politics: Voters get more motivated when they see their candidate get mad
Report links Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to case of Bell’s palsy
Wild pigs are having a bigger climate change impact than one million cars
Your bed may be a germ-filled petri dish, microbiologist warns
Air pollution may increase risk of going blind, study warns
COVID vaccine hesitancy among young adults may make herd immunity unreachable
Raw dog food a major source of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, researchers warn
Virtual biopsies may give more accurate results than traditional method thanks to revolutionary technique
Highly potent cannabis may cause memory issues for marijuana smokers and vapers
Migraine headache sufferers can reduce pain by adding more fish, omega-3 fatty acids to diet
COVID-19 changes the structure of blood cells, may explain ‘long hauler’ symptoms
Oldest strain of bubonic plague discovered in remains of 5000-year-old man
Scientists can accurately forecast stock prices — using human brain activity
New breast cancer drug destroys deadliest tumors — even after they spread
Your zodiac sign may explain your taste in home décor
Tomatoes send out ‘warning signals’ when attacked by insects
Average adult keeps two embarrassing secrets from everyone they know
Third of Americans say they’re at their absolute happiest on vacation
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