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Clean break: the risk of catching Covid from surfaces overblown, experts say

The Observer 28 Feb 2021
Emanuel Goldman, a professor of microbiology at Rutgers University in the US, wrote in medical journal the Lancet that studies warning of surface transmission had been conducted in the lab, and “have little resemblance to real-life scenarios” ... Collignon cites a large study ...
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Plant-based diet lowers risk of sudden death in postmenopausal women: Research

Hindustan Times 28 Feb 2021
A clinical study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association discovered that postmenopausal ladies who ate undeniable degrees of plant protein had lower risks of sudden death, cardiovascular infection, and dementia-related demise compared with ladies who ate fewer plant proteins.
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Study links poor quality carbohydrates rich diet to heart attacks, death risk

Hindustan Times 28 Feb 2021
While a balanced diet with an adequate amount of carbohydrates, fats, and sugar is advised to keep diseases at bay, a recent study has pointed out that consuming a diet high in poor quality carbohydrates has many ill effects ... The findings of the study were published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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If You Spot This in Your Mouth, You’re at Risk for Heart Attack, Says New Study

Yahoo Daily News 28 Feb 2021
According to one study, there is even a dental condition that can even come into play ... According to a new longitudinal study published recently in the Journal of Periodontology and conducted by Forsyth Institute and Harvard University scientists, people with periodontitis are at higher risk of experiencing major cardiovascular events.
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Afghanistan: A year of violence on the road to peace

BBC News 28 Feb 2021
"Our mother didn't have much opportunity to study but her dream was to be educated," said Qadria's older sister Shukria, a lecturer in law at Kabul's Aryana University ... She studied English and midwifery and wrote articles for a law journal ... to study.".
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Medical providers are taking nature therapy seriously

The CT Mirror 28 Feb 2021
A 2018 study in The Journal of Pediatrics, for example, showed that “increased exposure to residential greenspace” led to reduced anxiety, depression and “problematic internal and external behaviors” among hundreds of 7- to 12-year-olds in Cincinnati. In a 2009 study in the ...
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Campus viewpoint surveys asking for trouble

The Scranton Times-Tribune 28 Feb 2021
Although dated, the most definitive study on the subject ... In 2016 the Econ Journal Watch reported a study that traced the voter registration of university faculty ... Critics of higher education point to these studies and others as supposed proof of inherent bias at universities.
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VIDEO: Rare Owl Doesn’t Give Two Hoots That He’s Supposed To Be Extinct

The Tennessee Tribune 28 Feb 2021
The Association of Friends of the Zoo supported the building with 3,000 Euros ($3,646) ... He has a Bachelor of Philosophy degree in Journalism and Communication Studies from the University of Vienna and a Master of Arts in Journalism and New Media from FHWien of WKW (The University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication) ... ....
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John Hood: Why picking winners is for losers

News & Record 28 Feb 2021
In a recent study published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, Cailin Slattery of Columbia University and Owen Zidar of Princeton University found that while an incentive grant may tip the location decisions of individual companies, “we do not find strong evidence that ...
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Initial studies link added sugar and IBD

Reflector 28 Feb 2021
A study using mice, which was published last fall in the journal Science Translational Medicine, found evidence that added sugar in the diet can lead to IBD, and also make existing disease worse ... In that study, researchers looked at three groups of mice -- those with a healthy ...
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Aerobic may help slow memory loss for Alzheimer’s dementia patients

The Siasat Daily 28 Feb 2021
New York, Feb 27 . Aerobic exercise may help slow memory loss for older adults living with Alzheimer’s dementia, says a new research ... For the study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, the research team included 96 older adults living with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s dementia for a pilot randomized control trial ... .
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China, India, Russia engage in vaccine diplomacy as western nations hoard supplies

The Jakarta Post 28 Feb 2021
Also in Europe, interest in the Russian vaccine is growing after its latest clinical study showed over 90 percent efficacy in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 ... But a study based on data from a phase three clinical trial that was published in the British medical journal Lancet on Feb.
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FOCUS: China, India, Russia seek influence through vaccine diplomacy

Kyodo 28 Feb 2021
Also in Europe, interest in the Russian vaccine is growing after its latest clinical study showed over 90 percent efficacy in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 ... But a study based on data from a phase three clinical trial that was published in the British medical journal Lancet on Feb.
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