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Study Time! Latest Articles From - Issue #139


Study Time! Latest Articles From

September 19 · Issue #139 · View online

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

This is the filthiest part of your bathroom — and it may surprise you
Vaccines in your salad? Scientists growing medicine-filled plants to replace injections
Just 56% of Americans can name all three branches of government — a 15-year high!
Long COVID in children rarely lasts more than 3 months, study says
Animal protein better for your body than plant protein, researchers say
Your gut bacteria may determine how well you lose weight
‘Fountain of youth’ substance may help reverse aging in bones
Spit that out! Socks, garbage top list of favorite non-treats for dogs
Men’s sleep quality may depend on the Moon cycles
COVID-19 is evolving, ‘getting better’ at becoming an airborne virus
‘Spider mom’ from 99 million years ago found beautifully preserved with egg sac in amber
Only 3% of prehistoric humans mated with their cousins — it’s 10% today!
Scientists develop cosmic concrete from space dust and astronaut blood
True love: Half of Americans say they knew their partner was ‘the one’ right away
Overeating doesn’t cause obesity? Scientists claim it’s all about what you’re eating
Too much screen time may not be so bad for kids after all
Vulnerability in Apple devices discovered by new software toolkit
COVID-19 vaccines highly effective against Delta variant, with Moderna leading way
Common pain reliever diclofenac also serves as antidote to date rape drug GHB
Face masks don’t increase body temperature during exercise in the heat
Pumping irony: Exercise actually reduces calories people with obesity burn while resting
Just 30 seconds of Mozart calms brain regions linked to seizures and epilepsy
More U.S. households considered high-risk for wildfires
Age-related eye diseases may increase the risk of developing dementia
Family meals are more frequent, last longer during pandemic
Morning rush: 1 in 4 say they never have time to make breakfast
Remote work revolution: 1 in 6 will quit their job if they can’t continue working from home
2 in 3 parents think their kids are smarter than they were growing up
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