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Social Science The moral repetition effect: Bad deeds seem less unethical when repeatedly encountered

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r/science 2h ago

Psychology Showing signs of stress makes you more likable, finds study. This is because humans have an evolutionary trait to sympathize and those visibly stressed come across as more vulnerable, honest and truthful

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r/science 1h ago

Animal Science Researchers found that dolphins have a unique sense of taste that allows them to identify family and friends through urine and other excretions in their watery environment, without seeing or hearing them

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r/science 21h ago Helpful

Health Cannabis vaping is increasing as the most popular method of cannabis delivery among all adolescents in the U.S., study shows

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r/science 12h ago

Animal Science Scientists accidentally discover “scallop discos” as an environmentally friendly fishing method

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r/science 4h ago

Health Research has found physically frail elderly people with low muscle mass (sarcopenia) were able to reduce their level of "mobility disability" by 22% over three years, using a program that included specific changes to their exercise habits and diets.

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r/science 8h ago

Health Prehistoric poop discovered in Wiltshire gives a hint about the cooking skills of Stonehenge builders

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Neuroscience Ever since doctors saw a spike in Parkinson’s disease cases following the 1918 flu pandemic scientists have studied the link between viral infection and neurodegeneration. Now, new animal research is presenting evidence COVID-19 may increase Parkinson's risk.

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r/science 10h ago

Health Crocodile meat can be a dangerous alternative for people allergic to fish

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Health Study: Medicinal cannabis shown to reduce pain and need for opiate painkillers among cancer patients

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r/science 6h ago

Psychology Romantic partner embraces reduce cortisol release after acute stress induction in women but not in men

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r/science 43m ago

Health Cannabis is ‘Highly Effective’ against MS symptoms, new Canadian study reveals

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Medicine Diet plays key role in ADHD symptoms in children, 3 related studies find. Increased fruit and vegetable intake, use of micronutrient supplement linked to reduced symptoms. Food insecurity associated with more severe symptoms.

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r/science 4h ago

Health Regular dairy consumption significantly increased the risk of developing liver and breast cancer in a population of 510,000 Chinese adults

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r/science 1d ago

Medicine Bacteria can get sick from viruses, just like us. Now, researchers identified more than 1,000 types of intestinal viruses, believing they can be used to fight antibiotic resistance (Nature Communications)

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r/science 14h ago Silver

Paleontology Scientists discover 'ghost' fossils beneath a microscope

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r/science 10h ago

Health A Prospective Study of Fruit Juice Consumption and the Risk of Overall and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality — Compared to non-consumption, daily consumption of 250 g or more of 100% fruit juice was associated with higher overall mortality and mortality from heart disease

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r/science 1d ago

Environment Fumes from rockets could harm human health as well as Earth's climate, study says

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r/science 20h ago Helpful

Environment Increasing green vegetation in large, metropolitan areas could have prevented between 34,000-38,000 deaths, based on data from 2000-2019. The study also showed that overall greenness in metro areas has increased in the past 20 years by 11 percent between 2010-2019

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r/science 2h ago

Environment Identifying High Stranding Risk Areas of the Yangtze Finless Porpoise via Remote Sensing and Hydrodynamic Modeling

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r/science 1d ago Gold

Health Women are almost twice as likely to be trapped in a car after a crash: study

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r/science 8h ago

Health Intake of a chicken protein-based or soy protein-based diet differentially affects growth performance, absorptive capacity, and gut microbiota in young rats

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r/science 6h ago

Biology A new research study has explored a large library of authorized drugs to identify compounds that may elicit antiviral activity against SARS-CoV-2. An antibiotic, clofoctol, produced promising results.

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r/science 1d ago

Environment Motivations for young adults to reduce their meat consumption were care for the environment, animal welfare, enjoyment of smaller meat portions and to save money

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r/science 23h ago

Psychology Sexual double standards in the media help shape teens’ expectations about men’s and women’s sexual behavior | The findings revealed that teens who perceived more traditional sexual double standards in the media and among their peers endorsed more traditional sexual double standards themselves.

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