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Study Time! Latest Articles From StudyFinds.org

December 8 · Issue #42 · View online
Your weekly update featuring some of the latest studies published on StudyFinds.org.

Rose-Colored Politics: Voters Find Polls That Favor Their Candidates More Credible, Study Finds
Lack Of Access To Medical Specialists Puts Small Town Residents At Risk Of Dying Sooner
Buy Green, Feel Good: Shoppers Enjoy A ‘Warm Glow’ After Buying Eco-Friendly Products
Breaking Point: Average Person Can’t Last Four Hours With Their Family Over The Holidays
Birth Control Pills May Be Shrinking A Vital Brain Region In Women, Study Finds
Study: Battling Stress At A Young Age May Actually Extend Lifespan
Morning Madness: Average Adult Wakes Up Grumpy 300 Days A Year!
Study: For Women, Too Many Evening Calories Especially Detrimental To Heart Health
Relentless Lies: The More You See A Fake News Piece, The More Likely You’ll Share It
Killer Cosmetics: Study Finds Nine In Ten Makeup Products House Deadly Superbugs
Study: Art Gallery Therapy Improves Well-Being, Memory In Dementia Patients
Munchie Money: The Average American Will Spend Nearly $30,000 On Snacks
Study: Can’t Shake High Blood Pressure? Mindfulness Training May Be The Answer
Barks For Books: Children Read More In The Presence Of Dogs, Study Finds
Research Reveals Why Women Less Likely To Receive CPR From Strangers
Clever Crustaceans: Crabs Can Navigate & Remember Way Through A Maze, Study Finds
Brushing Teeth Frequently Linked To Lower Risk Of Heart Problems
Study: iPhones, ‘Pokémon Go’ Likely To Blame For Rise In Head & Neck Injuries
Study: Ice Baths Aren’t Effective At Repairing Or Building Muscle
Study: Expectant Mothers Can Pass Common Cold Virus To Their Unborn Child
Bah, Homebug! Fifth Of Americans Say Spending Holidays At Home Is Always A Letdown
Survey: The Average Person Will Watch More Than 78,000 Hours Of TV
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