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Study : nature helps people cope with body image issues

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According to a new study, being in nature helps people deal with negative body image by removing some of the triggers of body image anxiety, such as the focus on social media, and strengthening coping mechanisms to keep negative feelings in perspective. The research has been published in the ‘Ecopsychology ...

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Study finds swapping just one food item daily makes diet planet-friendly

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Want to eat healthier but struggling with it? Well, according to a new Tulane University study, it may be easier than you think. Americans who eat beef could slash their diet’s carbon footprint as much as 48 per cent by swapping just one serving per day for a more planet-friendly ...

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Study finds spicy pepper from curry in breast milk

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A new study found that breast milk can have the taste and odour of garlic or coffee, but not fish oil or nursing tea flavours. The research was published in the Molecular Nutrition & Food Research Journal. Research into the extent of pungent substances such as pepper, ginger, and chilli ...

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Study finds employee training pays off with fewer layoffs

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Cornell University’s new research shows that companies who invested more in employee education before the pandemic were less likely than others to reduce their workforce to meet financial pressures. The study was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. These findings showed that employees who are trained increase their value ...

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Study examines how fake news headlines trigger emotions

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A new study examined how emotions are triggered by false headlines and how they affect whether people share these stories. The research was published in the Journal of Management Information Systems. Christy Galletta Horner, now assistant professor at Bowling Green State University, and study’s lead author, stated that emotions are ...

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These are the three most common mistakes made by CBSE Class 10, 12 Term 2 Board students

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Class 10th students are currently in confusion. They have already appeared for term 1 and are eager to prepare for the CBSE Class 10, 12, Term 2 examinations in 2022. They make mistakes that can lead to them being at the back, due to their lack of knowledge. If you’re a student in ...

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The development screening scores of babies born in the first year of pandemic are slightly lower than those born after it

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Researchers recently discovered that infants born in the first year of the pandemic scored lower on a developmental screening exam — regardless of whether or not their mothers had COVID during pregnancy. The study was published in the “JAMA Pediatrics Journal”. The study included 255 babies born at a NewYork-Presbyterian’s ...

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Study shows that teens who are deprived of school have better quality sleep and a higher quality of life

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A University of Zurich study found that home-schooling had both positive and negative effects on teenagers’ health and well-being. The research was published in the “JAMA Network Open Journal”. “The lockdown allowed students to get about 75 minutes more sleep each night. Oskar Jenni (UZH professor of developmental pediatrics), was the ...

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Study finds how plants respond to heat stress

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A new study has found that to survive short periods of heat stress, plants activate a molecular pathway called the heat-shock response. The research has been published in the ‘EMBO Journal’. This heat-shock response (common to all organisms) protects cells from damage inflicted by proteotoxic stress, which damages proteins. Such ...

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Study shows that children are more likely to interact with peers than they are with people from different cultures

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A recent study found that children around the world will challenge their peers if they break the rules, but it differs depending on where they are from. The article has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Journal. The study was led by the University of ...

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