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Tokyo [Japan], May 30 (ANI): A study examining Japanese schools' hands-off approach when children fight showed it could create opportunities for autonomy and encourage ownership of solutions. This research also suggests a new strategy in handling kids squabbles in other countries.
Maryland [US], May 28 (ANI): If you are a beach bum, and can't get rid of the tan you get after spending a day soaking the sun, the findings of a new research may help.
Washington [US], May 28 (ANI): While the COVID-19 restrictions and lockdown have been introduced to obstruct the penetration of the contagious virus, a recent study that tracked data from millions of mobile phone users across the United States found, people living in deprived, less affluent
Adelaide [Australia], May 27 (ANI): Flinders University experts have warned against disrupted sleep that can be linked to cognitive dysfunction. The researchers discovered that it is advisable that men aged 65 and over should monitor their slumber patterns and seek medical advice.
Ontario [Canada], May 23 (ANI): If a pet owner is on a specific diet, keto, gluten-free or organic, chances are their dog will be on it, too- suggest the findings of a new U of G study.
Washington [US], May 23 (ANI): Taking more steps per day, either all at once or in shorter spurts, may help you live longer, according to preliminary research.
London [UK], May 22 (ANI): Several non-genetic factors, including greater red meat intake, lower educational attainment, and heavier alcohol use are linked with an increased risk of colorectal cancer in people under 50, suggested a new study.
Ohio [US], May 16 (ANI): The findings of a new study conducted on 819 demographically diverse American adults aged 18-35, suggest that people are more persuaded by the actual messages contained in social media posts than they are by how many others viewed the posts.
Washington [US], May 15 (ANI): Looking forward to living a stress-free life? Eating a diet rich in fruit and vegetables may help you.
Washington [US], May 15 (ANI): A new study has highlighted the benefits of consuming pink coloured drinks for an energy boost. Researchers have found that pink-coloured sports beverages can boost exercise performance by 4.4 per cent over clear fluids.
Kyoto [Japan], May 13 (ANI): In a recent study, researchers from Ritsumeikan University and the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan, have explored a simple strategy to increase motivation in college students by nurturing a positive emotion: gratitude
Washington [US], May 12 (ANI): Gulping down a few drinks with a stranger may make you get closer to them, as per the findings of a study with pandemic-related implications. Researchers report that strangers who consume alcohol together may keep their distance initially -- but draw physically