May
12,
2021
| 14:32 PM America/New_York
Neighborhoods without opioid treatment providers likely serve as a widespread barrier to care for those who are ready to seek help, a new study has found.
May
12,
2021
| 07:12 AM America/New_York
Kindergartners from low-income families spent more than six hours a day in front of screens during two early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a small Ohio study suggests.
May
11,
2021
| 15:21 PM America/New_York
A new study is one of the first to show sustained benefits more than a year after completing a voluntary eight-week Mindfulness in Motion (MIM) intervention program offered by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to reduce stress and
May
11,
2021
| 07:42 AM America/New_York
People are more persuaded by the actual messages contained in social media posts than they are by how many others viewed the posts, a new study suggests.
May
10,
2021
| 14:20 PM America/New_York
Watching meaningful films – those that we find moving and poignant – can make us feel more prepared to deal with life’s challenges and want to be a better person, a new study found.
May
10,
2021
| 08:18 AM America/New_York
The symptoms of grief people feel for a loved one facing a life-limiting illness fluctuate over time, a new study found – suggesting that individuals can adjust to their emotional pain, but also revealing factors that can make pre-loss grief more
May
06,
2021
| 09:08 AM America/New_York
Wendy Smooth’s heart was warmed when her 7-year-old daughter watched the swearing-in of Kamala Harris as vice president of the United States and came away with the idea that she could become a fashion designer – and run for president,
May
03,
2021
| 11:04 AM America/New_York
A giant saber-toothed cat lived in North America between 5 million and 9 million years ago, weighing up to 900 pounds and hunting prey that likely weighed 1,000 to 2,000 pounds, scientists reported today in a new study.
May
03,
2021
| 07:28 AM America/New_York
If you really want to understand literature, don’t start with the words on a page – start with how it affects your brain.
April
29,
2021
| 09:16 AM America/New_York
Hispanic Americans have died of COVID-19 at a disproportionately high rate compared to whites because of workplace exposure to the virus, a new study suggests.
April
28,
2021
| 10:17 AM America/New_York
Tiny molecules called nanobodies, which can be designed to mimic antibody structures and functions, may be the key to blocking a tick-borne bacterial infection that remains out of reach of almost all antibiotics, new research