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Harvard Study Finds That Having No Friends Is Just as Bad For You As Smoking

by Jade Small We all know how bad smoking is, but researchers at Harvard University have found a link between blood clotting protein levels caused by loneliness, and are suggesting that having no friends is probably just as deadly as smoking, making you more susceptible to strokes and/or heart attacks. Being alone and not socializing …

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There’s No ‘Safe’ Level of Alcohol Consumption, Global Study Finds

Drinking alcohol in moderation is more harmful than previously thought, according to a new study that concludes there’s no “safe” level of alcohol consumption. The comprehensive study, which analyzed information from millions of people in nearly 200 countries, found that alcohol is tied to nearly 3 million deaths globally each year, with about 1 in 10 …

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New report finds that WiFi radiation is damaging the environment and wildlife

(Natural News) Earlier this year, Qatar become the world’s first country to have a 5G – or 5th generation – cellular mobile network, but by 2020, this technology is expected to be rolled out across the globe. There are already well over 2 billion smartphone users worldwide, and this number is expected to increase to… …

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Sexes differ when it comes to comfort during and after exercise, study finds — ScienceDaily

New research from the University at Buffalo has, for the first time, identified differences between men and women in their preferences for maintaining comfort both while exercising and in recovery. The results could one day inform the development of new athletic apparel. The human body has a variety of automatic mechanisms in place to respond …

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Education improves decision-making ability, study finds — ScienceDaily

 There has been interest across behavioral and social sciences – including psychology, economics and education – in whether people are born to be rational decision-makers or if rationality can be enhanced through education. Published in Science, a new study led by Hyuncheol Bryant Kim, assistant professor of policy analysis and management at Cornell University, found …

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