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Study: Mice Express Emotions With Different Faces

(CNN) - If you think that mouse that destroyed your furniture looks a little happy with himself; you might be right. A new study in the journal science says mice have emotions, of a sort. And that they express…

Researchers Studying Impact On Marijuana Users

San Francisco, CA (KTVU) - Researchers from the University of Miami are studying the effects of the coronavirus on medical marijuana users. Many people who use medicinal cannabis have chronic conditions and those are often the most vulnerable to…

Air Pollution + Heart Condition Ups Dementia Risk

(CNN) - Air pollution combined with a heart condition can greatly increase one's risk for dementia. That's according to a study published on Monday in Jama Neurology. Researchers studied adults with an average age of 74, for up to…

Study: Audiences Will Be Slow To Return After Pandemic

(CNN) - It might take a while for some people to return to concerts and professional sports games. The coronavirus pandemic has put a halt on live events and those industries will likely be reeling. According to consulting firm…

Study: Taking A Bath Could Be Good For Your Health

(CNN) - A new study suggests bathing could be good for your heart. It found that a daily hot bath was associated with a 28% lower risk of heart disease and a 26% lower risk of stroke. Researchers believe…

Study Says COVID-19 Can Survive On Surfaces For 3 Days

(CNN) - The novel coronavirus can remain infectious on plastic and steel surfaces for up to three days. That important information comes from a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, supported by the NIH. How long the…

Study: Global Food Waste 2X As High As Estimated

(CNN) - Humans are wasting a lot more food than previously estimated; according to a recent study out of the Netherlands. Twice as much or about one third of all food. Researchers looked at the relationship between food waste…

Dieting Success Depends On Quality Of Foods

(CNN) - A new study indicates the health benefits of a low-carb or low-fat diet may depend on the quality of the food you're eating. Researchers analyzed dietary data from over 37,000 adults. Originally collected between 1999 and 2014…

Study: Commonly Used Drugs Could Kill Cancer Cells

(CNN) - A new study indicates that commonly-used drugs used for other conditions may be able to kill some kinds of cancer cells. The study found that dozens of drugs used to treat diabetes, osteoarthritis in dogs, or alcohol…