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Cannabis use may be linked with suicidal thoughts, plans and attempts in young adults, study finds

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If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or mental health matters, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 to connect with a trained counselor or visit the NSPL s...

1.2 million nonbinary people live in the US, a new study says

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There are more than 1 million nonbinary adults in the US, a new first-of-its-kind study found. Approximately 1.2 million people living in the US identify as nonbinary, according to a new study by the Williams Instit...

Most major metropolitan areas have become more racially segregated, study shows

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Some of the nation's largest metropolitan regions have become increasingly segregated in the last 30 years, underscoring racial inequalities that have led to poorer life outcomes in Black and brown neighborhoods, ac...

The amount of heat the Earth traps has doubled in just 15 years, study shows

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The planet is trapping roughly double the amount of heat in the atmosphere than it did nearly 15 years ago, according to an alarming new analysis from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Re...

Nearly 25% of coronavirus survivors sought care for new medical ailments, study finds

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Findings released from the national nonprofit Fair Health involved private health care claims data from 1,959,982 COVID-19 patients diagnosed with the virus from February to December 2020. The study excluded patients...

G7 calls for new study into origins of Covid and voices concern on China

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Brussels World leaders attending the Group of Seven summit on Sunday issued a call for a new study into the origins of Covid-19, including in China, after an initial report was deemed lacking because Beijing had refu...

New Zealand’s Maori may have discovered Antarctica 1,300 years before Westerners, study says

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For decades, historians and scientists believed Antarctica was first discovered by Europeans and Americans. But according to a new study, it may have been New Zealand's indigenous Maori people who first laid eyes on...

Plant-based diet may lower risk of severe COVID-19, study claims

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Researchers have revealed a link between diet and COVID-19 which showed plant-based eaters were 73% less likely to come down with the virus compared to those who include animals in their diet. Meanwhile, pescatarians...

Right whales are smaller than they used to be, in part due to commercial fishing and changing oceans, study says

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Scientists have found that, even though right whales are protected from direct catch, they are significantly shorter compared to 40 years ago due in part to commercial fishing, according to a new study. The study -...

Biden won’t form his own commission to study Capitol riot, White House says

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Democrats all the way up to President Biden have expressed dismay that they did not score 10 Republican Senate votes to reach the 60-vote threshold necessary to pass legislation to create a bipartisan Capitol riot co...

California task force holds first meeting to study reparations for slave descendants

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The nine-member task force, appointed by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, is made up of the descendants of slaves including legislative leaders, prominent lawyers and academics.   FILE: State Sen. Steven Bradfo...

US launches study mixing COVID-19 booster vaccine regimens

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The NIAID-funded study involves some 150 people who already received one of the authorized COVID-19 vaccine regimens developed by Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson.  MODERNA SEEKS FULL FDA APPROVAL FOR COVID-1...

Study unpacks how LSD lowers brain’s barriers

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Many summers of love later and the experiences had with the drug, along with the word that describes them, have become firmly woven into our culture. A psychedelic experience, whether it's induced by a mind-altering ...

Explosive study claims to prove Chinese scientists created COVID

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British Professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sørensen wrote they’ve had primary evidence "of retro-engineering in China" since last year, but were ignored by academics and major medical journa...

Study seeks origins of Hawaii’s dangerous ghost nets

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Lost or discarded at sea, sometimes decades ago, this fishing gear continues to wreak havoc on marine life and coral reefs in Hawaii. Now, researchers are doing detective work to trace this harmful debris back to fis...

Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines appear safe, effective, study finds

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Scientists had been waiting for more details about the two vaccines, even though they already are being used in many countries, and one recently won the backing of the World Health Organization for emergency use. The...

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