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Study Finds Menstrual Cups Are Safe And Effective In Preventing Leaks : Goats and Soda NPR
A comprehensive analysis looks at the cup, its ability to prevent leaks — and whether it could be a viable alternative to pads and tampons in low-income ...
Genetics By Far The Biggest Factor In Autism Risk, Study Says HuffPost
Genes account for about 80% of a child's risk of developing autism, a massive new study finds. Here's what parents need to know.
Researchers study impact of information on voters Phys.org
Voter information campaigns don't shape voter behavior, according to an analysis of data combined from studies independently conducted but coordinated by ...
Menstrual Cups Safe and Effective, Study Says WebMD
A new study finds menstrual cups to be just as safe and as effective as disposable pads or tampons.
Do marine protected areas work? UC Davis study looks for answers Daily Democrat
Marine protected areas, or MPAs, are an increasingly common way of protecting marine ecosystems by prohibiting fishing in specific locations. However, many ...
Study: Trigger warnings actually hurt trauma survivors Washington Examiner
Trigger warnings, popular on college campuses, are warnings offered in advance of potentially upsetting discussions or *content*, meant to minimize harm and ...
Who Still Wants to Come Study in the UK? Chinese Students OZY
The number of applicants to British universities rose slightly this year, from 636,960 to 638,030. But certain groups are being left behind, while others are soaring ...
Pot-smoking parents are harsher with discipline: study New York Post
Smoking weed doesn't make parents more chill when it comes to discipline — it actually makes them more likely to punish their kids, a new study has found.
Autism largely caused by genetics, not environment, study finds Chicago Tribune
The largest study of its kind, involving more than 2 million people across five countries, finds that autism spectrum disorders are 80% reliant on inherited genes.