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Is it better to exercise daily in the morning or in the evening?

The benefits of exercise may differ depending on the time of day when you work out, a new study in mice suggests. Too little sleep can have severe health consequences,...

Personal care products send a child to ER every two hours

In homes across the country, there are dangerous products hidden in plain sight on bathroom counters and bedroom dressers. Personal care products like shampoo, lotion, makeup, nail polish and...

Five surprising research findings about dads and their kids

Researchers recently asked fathers what they find most rewarding—and most challenging—about being a dad. James Rilling, a professor and chair of the Emory University anthropology department, recently completed in-depth interviews...

Daddy-do-over trend rises in popularity

Just as women can turn to a suite of procedures, known as the "Mommy Makeover," more men are embracing their own set of treatments, the "Daddy Do-Over," to boost...

Is being honest at work a lot of work?

Is being honest a lot of work? The answer to that question can affect how dishonestly people behave at work, research finds. Julia Lee of the University of Michigan says...

Insufficient sleep linked to mental health in college students and athletes

SAN ANTONIO - Preliminary results from a new study suggest that there is a dose-response relationship between insufficient sleep and mental health symptoms in collegiate students, including varsity athletes. Results...

Rafa Nadal conquers his twelfth Roland Garros after beating Thiem in four sets

The Spanish Rafael Nadal won this Sunday his twelfth title of Roland Garros, defeating the Austrian Dominic Thiem, 6-3, 5-7, 6-1 and 6-1, and thus became the player who...

Traces of the D-Day invasion remain there long after 1944

Sand from a 1988 visit to Omaha Beach—site of the ferocious D-Day invasion—reveals that traces of the battle remain there long after June 6, 1944. A few years after a...

Why do people demand so much politeness on the Internet?

When individuals who pose questions online get to choose the “best answer,” there’s a bias toward politeness, research finds. The researchers say in their paper they hoped to raise awareness...

Did you crash a drone while landing? ‘Neural Lander’ do not

Landing multi-rotor drones smoothly is difficult. Complex turbulence is created by the airflow from each rotor bouncing off the ground as the ground grows ever closer during a descent....
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“Harry Potter Wizards Unite’ comes to mobile phones on 21 June

The title of Niantic, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite already has a release date and is closer than we could expect. This Friday, June 21,...

Consequences of looking so much at the mobile: it takes out the jowl and...

Mobiles could be affecting our health more than we think, because not only can lead to vision problems or lack of concentration, they can...

A woman and her two 9-year-old daughters die after “intentionally” dropping their car into...

A Michigan woman and her two nine-year-old daughters have died after falling "intentionally" with the car they were driving to the Kalamazoo River last...

Why employment climbed and wages rose but fertility did not?

MADISON - As the Great Recession wiped out nearly 9 million jobs and 19 trillion dollars...

What’s a polynya?

The winter ice on the surface of Antarctica’s Weddell Sea occasionally forms an enormous hole. New research explores why it appears and its potential...

How long does postpartum rehabilitation for sports take?

As an athletic woman, you may think your body can handle any physical challenge easily. Though when it comes bouncing back after pregnancy, there...

Is antimicrobial resistance one of the most urgent health risks of our time?

UN health agency steps up fight against ‘invisible pandemic’ of antimicrobial resistance The AWaRe portal divides antibiotics into three groups – Access, Watch and Reserve...

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