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Study shows South Dakotans sleep better than anyone else in US
rapidcityjournal.com

According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, South Dakotans get better sleep than anyone else in the United States. Nearly 72 percent reported getting a least seven hours of sleep at night, compared with just 56 percent of …

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'Siri, I was raped': Study compares smartphone responses in crises
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(CNN) Siri and other smartphone personal assistants can look up driving directions, find the hottest ramen spots and send text messages if you just ask. Some can even help in crisis situations by directing users to the nearest hospital, dialing a …

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Bay Area housing crisis fueled by greed, study finds
www.sfchronicle.com

“It (CEQA) has been abused in this state for 30 years by people who use it when it has nothing to do with an environmental reason,” said Carol Galante, faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley, and a former assistant …

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Study finds osteopathy effective in the treatment of chronic lower back pain
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New research recommends giving osteopathy a try before resorting to surgery for chronic lower back pain. The American study found that six sessions of osteopathy over eight weeks could be enough to reduce pain and see general improvements, particularly …

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High Blood Pressure Drugs Are Not Good For Diabetics Says Study
www.thehoopsnews.com

Recently, a new study suggested that administering blood pressure drugs to diabetes patients isn't a good idea. They suggest that these drugs against high blood pressure wouldn't always be beneficial as they might pose a risk of heart attack in diabetics.

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Kidney stones in childhood raise atherosclerosis risk, study shows
www.belmarrahealth.com

kidney–stones-in-childhood-raise-atherosclerosis-risk Kidney stones in childhood raise the risk of atherosclerosis – hardening of the arteries – as shown in a study published in The Journal of Pediatrics. A more profound understanding of the link …

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Couples' lifestyle choices impact on obesity risk, study finds University of …
www.eurekalert.org

By middle age, choices made by couples – including those linked to diet and exercise – have a much greater impact than the lifestyle each shared with siblings and parents growing up. Although by middle age siblings have a shared risk of being obese …

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Study: A Third of American Adults Don't Get Enough Sleep
ktla.com

Despite repeated recommendations for adults to sleep at least seven hours each night, a new study shows that more than one-third of us are not getting enough shut-eye. And they've pinpointed which states are the most sleep deprived. The CDC study …

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Journalists' social media efforts not saving industry, according to study
phys.org

In her most recent study, Dr. Angela Lee, assistant professor of Emerging Media and Communication, examined how journalists use social media in their pursuit for speedy news, and how they perceive their audiences are affected by tweets and posts.

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Study shows promising safety results for anti-aging drug
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The study, completed by researchers with the Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and the Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC) at Texas Biomedical Research …

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