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Study finds nearly 1 in 3 U.S. diplomats eyeing the exit door
New research has found that nearly a third of the U.S. State Department’s diplomats and professional support staff are considering leaving the department and are actively looking for new jobs, pointing to a crisis of morale and management inside America’s diplomatic corps.
Chernobyl radiation effects have not been passed on to next generation: Study finds
Parents who were exposed to radiation from the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster did not pass genetic changes caused by radiation exposure on to their children, a new study has found.
A 'space hurricane' hovered above North Pole for about eight hours, study says
And now we have space hurricanes to worry about. For the first time, scientists have spotted what they're calling a "space hurricane" spinning above the North Pole, according to a new study. The roughly 600-mile-wide swirling mass of plasma was located several hundred miles above the North Pole, and "rained" electrons instead of water, according to the study.
Study: Mental illness not a factor in most mass shootings
Contrary to what many believe, a new study finds that mental illness isn't a factor in most mass shootings or other types of mass murder.
Spicy perfection isn't to prevent infection: Study
The next time you tuck in to a tikka masala you might find yourself asking a burning question: Are spices used in dishes to help stop infection?
Southern France set to sizzle, says new climate change study
That dream house in southern France that so many fantasies about is going to become uncomfortably hot in coming decades, according to new climate change projections by the country's national weather service.
SARS-CoV-2 reacts to antibodies of virus from 2003 SARS outbreak: Study
A new study demonstrates that antibodies generated by the novel coronavirus react to other strains of coronavirus and vice versa, according to research published by scientists from Oregon Health & Science University.
Eating habits partly down to your genetics, finds new study
Your food intake patterns are partly under genetic control, according to the latest research from researchers at King's College London, published in the journal Twin Research and Human Genetics.
One in eight ‘recovered’ COVID patients die within 140 days in UK: Study
One in eight of recovered COVID-19 patients in UK die within 140 days after being readmitted to hospital, a study has found.
Large study finds higher burden of acute brain dysfunction for COVID-19 ICU patients
COVID-19 patients admitted to intensive care in the early months of the pandemic were subject to a significantly higher burden of delirium and coma than is typically found in patients with acute respiratory failure. Choice of sedative medications and curbs on family visitation played a role in increasing acute brain dysfunction for these patients.
Study: E-cigarettes trigger inflammation in gut
Touted by makers as a "healthy" alternative to traditional nicotine cigarettes, new research indicates the chemicals found in e-cigarettes disrupt the gut barrier and trigger inflammation in the body, potentially leading to a variety of health concerns.
Study explores effects of morning weather on people's mood, wellbeing at work
The weather can greatly affect daily experiences, for instance, increasing or decreasing the yearning to spend time outdoors or making commutes to the workplace more or less enjoyable. While several past studies have investigated the effects that the weather can have on people's overall mood and energy levels, the extent to which it can influence their experiences in professional environments is still poorly understood.
Study: Sickle cell trait does not increase heart disease risk in African Americans
Carrying the sickle cell trait does not play a significant role in the increased risk for coronary heart disease among African Americans, a study published by JAMA Network Open found.
Study of 50,000 people finds brown fat may protect against numerous chronic diseases
Brown fat is that magical tissue that you would want more of. Unlike white fat, which stores calories, brown fat burns energy and scientists hope it may hold the key to new obesity treatments. But it has long been unclear whether people with ample brown fat truly enjoy better health. For one thing, it has been hard to even identify such individuals since brown fat is hidden deep inside the body.

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