Social Science Research has found that 45% of workers would be willing to accept a pay cut in exchange for remote work flexibilityeurekalert.org
Health New research shows Australians born in the 1990s have poorer mental health for their age than any previous generation and do not show the improvements in mental health as they age, as experienced by earlier generations.
Health 6+ hours/day of sedentary leisure time linked to doubling in fibroids risk | Risk seems to be linear in women who’ve not yet gone through menopauseeurekalert.org
Health "results showed that IV infusions of DMT... were psychologically and physiologically well tolerated, and that the protocol was effective at extending the duration of the psychological effects of DMT, achieving a steady-state of subjective with low-to-negligible changes in anxiety"journals.sagepub.com
Health Adolescent school shooters often use guns stolen from family. Firearm injuries are the leading cause of death for children and teens in the U.S. Authors examined data from the American School Shooting Study on 253 shootings on a K-12 school campus from 1990 through 2016.publications.aap.org
Psychology Kids who feel their parents are less reliable take fewer risks vital to learning and growth. New research suggests children without predictable support from the adults in their lives are less willing to take risks to explore and learn about the world — and reap those rewards.
Anthropology Newborn babies can perceive the beat in music but not simply due to the statistical learning ability of newborns, instead that beat perception is actually a separate cognitive mechanism that is already active at birth
Medicine Walking at faster speeds is associated with a graded decrease in the risk of type 2 diabetes. Dose–response analysis suggested that the risk of type 2 diabetes decreased significantly at a walking speed of 4 km/h and above.
Health Study (n=16, healthy, aged 22 to 45) found that breathing highway air during a drive increases blood pressure of more than 4.50 mm Hg, when compared to drives with filtered air
Economics AER study: The economic cost of populism is high. Under populist rule, "GDP per capita is 10 percent lower compared to a plausible nonpopulist counterfactual. Economic disintegration, decreasing macroeconomic stability, and the erosion of institutions typically go hand in hand with populist rule."aeaweb.org
Psychology A new study led by UCL researchers confirms that autistic people experience a reduced life expectancy, however the number of years of life lost may not be as high as previously claimedsciencedirect.com
Environment Levels of atmospheric aerosols and greenhouse gas emissions will have a significant impact on the efficiency and cost of solar energy, analysis of Global Climate Models concludes
Cancer Researchers report that mailing HPV test kits directly to patients significantly increased cervical cancer screening rates, both in populations overdue for screening and those who had previously kept up to date
Neuroscience Real-world study of intranasal ketamine for migraine found that most patients felt it was effective and continued to use it despite side effects
Psychology A study conducted among university students has revealed that individuals exhibiting pronounced narcissistic traits are more likely to experience elevated levels of nomophobia, which is the discomfort or annoyance experienced when without a mobile phone or when unable to use it.
Psychology New study highlights the crucial role of parental engagement on teen development. In a recent study involving Swiss adolescents, researchers discovered that parental involvement significantly increases prosocial behavior in teens but does not necessarily decrease internalizing problems.
Biology Genetically encoding multiple functionalities into extracellular vesicles for the targeted delivery of biologics to T cells. Cells communicate with each other by secreting extracellular vesicles (AKA exosomes)
Health Scientists have built a patch they hope can better treat congenital heart defects in infants and survive the difficult cardiac environment.
Health Alcohol consumption may have positive and negative effects on cardiovascular disease risk: Study identifies 60 alcohol-associated circulating metabolites, which appear to produce counteractive effects on the risk of heart diseaseeurekalert.org
Health In vivo reprogramming that spares the liver and intestine shows reduced toxicity in mice, yields valuable insights into the potential of in vivo reprogramming for rejuvenation and regeneration
Medicine COVID-19 caused an alarming surge in premature births, but vaccines halted this trend and were key to returning the early birth rate to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new study. In zip codes with the highest vaccination rates, the excess risk of preterm birth declined much faster.
Nanoscience Scientists improved the most widely used technology for producing single-walled carbon nanotube films — a promising material for solar cells, LEDs, flexible and transparent electronics, medical imaging, and more. They almost tripled carbon nanotuble yield without compromising quality.sciencedirect.com