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December 8, 2020

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A new global analysis has assessed the height and weight of school-aged children and adolescents across the world. The study ...
For centuries, historians and scientists mostly agreed that when early human groups sought food, men hunted and women gathered. Not so, ...
Humans are born with a part of the brain that is prewired to be receptive to seeing words and letters, setting the stage at birth for people to learn how to read, a new study ...
While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues to threaten millions of lives around the world, the first half of 2020 saw ...
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When Playing Favorites Can Hurt Growth

Industrial parks in China perform less well when developed on the apparent basis of preexisting ties among political leaders, according to a new ...

Are People Healthy Enough to Retire Later?

While many people are now enjoying longer, healthier lives, current retirement ages are posing challenges for both policymakers and retirees. A new study looked into whether there is potential to ...

New Study Shows Every Week of Lockdown Increases Binge Drinking

Study participants who regularly drank at harmful levels shown to consume six drinks per session, compared to two alcoholic beverages for those less regular binge ...

Once Hospitalized, Black Patients With COVID-19 Have Lower Risk of Death Than White, Study Finds

While multiple research studies show that Black and Hispanic patients are more likely to test positive for COVID-19, researchers found that once hospitalized, Black patients (after controlling for ...

Neighborhood Deprivation and COVID in Louisiana

A new study to investigate the role of neighborhood deprivation on COVID-19 in Louisiana has found that the more a neighborhood is deprived, the higher the risk for cases of ...

Household-Grown Food Leads to Improved Health for Children

Children grow taller in rural households where their mothers are supported to grow their own food - according to new research. The research, which looked at households in low- and middle-income ...

Shuttering Fossil Fuel Power Plants May Cost Less Than Expected

Decarbonizing US electricity production will require both construction of renewable energy sources and retirement of power plants now operated by fossil fuels. A generator-level model suggests that ...

Chicago Neighborhoods With Barriers to Social Distancing Had Higher COVID-19 Death Rates

New research has found that Chicago neighborhoods with barriers to social distancing, including limited access to broadband internet and low rates of health insurance, had more COVID-19 deaths in ...

Impactful Science Teaching Requires Minimum Five Hours Instruction Weekly

Middle-grades science teachers that dedicate a minimum of five hours of instructional time to science each week are more likely to implement inquiry-based teaching, a best practice among science and ...

A New View of How the Brain Decides to Make an Effort

New research gives the first detailed view of ventral striatum activity during three phases of effort-based decision-making -- the anticipation of initiating an effort, the actual execution of the ...

Stimulus Relief Funds Increase Social Distancing to Stop Spread of COVID-19

New research suggests that that those suffering from economic hardships are less likely comply with new stay-at-home orders; however, these same U.S. residents would be more likely to adhere to the ...

Telemedicine Use Disparity During COVID-19 Among Head and Neck Cancer Patients, Study Finds

Retrospective research by otolaryngologists found telemedicine use disparity among head and neck cancer ...

No Poaching Occurring Within Most Channel Islands Marine Protected Areas

Fish are thriving and poachers are staying out of marine protected areas around California's Channel Islands, a new population analysis ...

How Language, Cultural Identity Can Affect Pain

A new study suggests that the language a bilingual person speaks can affect their physical sensations, depending on the cultural association tied to each ...

Kids' TV Teaching Children Wrong Lessons About Pain

New analysis of children's TV and film suggests that too often it portrays pain as something arising only through violent act or injury when instead it could do more to educate young people ...

Hydrogen-Powered Heavy Duty Vehicles Could Contribute Significantly to Achieving Climate Goals

A partial transition of German road transport to hydrogen energy is among the possibilities being discussed to help meet national climate targets. Researcher have examined the hypothetical transition ...

National Autism Indicators Report: Health and Health Care of Individuals With Autism

Researchers highlight a holistic picture of what health and health care look like across the life course for people on the autism ...

Children With Dyslexia Show Stronger Emotional Responses

Children diagnosed with dyslexia show greater emotional reactivity than children without dyslexia, according to a new collaborative ...

Pets, Touch and COVID-19: Why Our Furry Friends Are Lifesavers

A new study points to the lifesaving role that pets have played in 2020 and why governments need to sit up and take ...

Lab Results Don't Explain 'Obesity Paradox,' but Bias May

Results of standard laboratory tests performed on adult outpatients to provide an overall picture of their health are fairly consistent between those with obesity and their leaner counterparts, ...

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