Thursday, December 2, 2021

Excessive amount of leisure time can also be detrimental: Study

Excessive amount of leisure time can also be detrimental
According to a new study published by the American Psychological Association, as an individual's free time increases, his or her sense of well-being increases...

Disadvantages of not having a second dose of COVID-19 vaccination: Study

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A new study found that two months following the second Pfizer/Moderna vaccination, the antibody response in persons with prior episodes of COVID-19 falls by...

Turning off webcams during virtual meetings reduces fatigue: Study

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According to a new study, keeping your camera on during a virtual conference contributes to "Zoom fatigue" — a sense of exhaustion and lack...

Eating walnuts daily lowers ‘bad’ cholesterol, may reduce cardiovascular disease risk:...

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According to a new study, healthy older persons who consumed a handful of walnuts (about 1/2 cup) daily for two years had a slight...

Mother’s voice reduces pain in premature babies: Study

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A new study found that when a mother's voice was used during a difficult medical procedure for her prematurely born infant, the baby's expression...

Breast milk of lactating mothers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19...

Mother baby
According to new research from the University of Florida, the breast milk of lactating moms who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 includes a considerable...

Green neighbourhoods have a lower rate of heart disease: Study

Green neighbourhoods have a lower rate of heart disease: Study
People who live in green neighbourhoods are less likely to suffer cardiovascular illness, according to new research.The research findings were presented at the ESC...

Prior training helps accelerate muscle growth even after long idleness of...

Daily Exercise for beginners
A new study discovered that when mice are retrained through exercise, their skeletal muscles appear to "remember" earlier training, facilitating muscle growth and adaptation. According...

Cats prefer free food rather than working for it: Study

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Researchers at the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine discovered that cats would rather eat from a tray of readily accessible food...

Online product displays can influence purchasing behaviour: Study

Online Shopping
According to new research from the University of California, San Diego, tailored product recommendations made when online shopping can influence whether or not consumers...