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Patients did DIY blood draws in a new vaccine study

A Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster study sent participants a device they could use to collect their own blood at home. The study looked at antibody...

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JD Power study shows we’re noticing more problems with mobile networks, even with 5G

A new study from JD Power indicates that slow loading time and call quality still remain an issue on mobile networks, with Verizon customers having...

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NASA just launched a powerful new instrument to study dust

NASA and SpaceX launched an important new tool to the International Space Station that will study the power dust has to heat or cool our planet. The...

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Uncontrolled rockets pose unnecessary risk, study finds

Researchers calculated the risk of an uncontrolled rocket falling back down to Earth and killing someone. The risk is small but can be avoided if the...

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Mining the deep sea for battery materials will be dangerously noisy, study finds

Mining companies are increasingly eying the deep sea for polymetallic nodules rich in metals used in batteries. The noise from exploiting those...

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NASA is putting together a research team to study UFOs

On June 9th, NASA announced that it was putting together a team of researchers to study unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAPs — the more recent...

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Researchers are using Google’s app to study the effect of phones on mental health

Google and the University of Oregon have partnered together to do a study on how your phone use affects your mental health, using Google’s Health...

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SIDS study shows the risks of science hype

New research hints at a potential relationship between an enzyme and sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, but the study is preliminary and...

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Most Apple Watch users won’t get health benefits from AFib detection, study finds

Most people who use an Apple Watch and connect data to a health center wouldn’t benefit from a heart rhythm notification, a new study shows. They...

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Telemedicine leaves behind non-English speakers, study shows

The transition to telehealth made it more difficult for limited-English proficient patients to connect with doctors because they had more trouble...

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Pfizer launches study of omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine

Pfizer and BioNTech are testing an omicron-specific form of the COVID-19 vaccine to see if it has more durable protection against coronavirus...

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Activity data from wearables could help monitor blood sugar levels, study indicates

A new study shows that wrist-worn wearables can effectively predict changes in blood sugar control for people with prediabetes. Tech companies are...

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A chatbot could help prevent eating disorders, new study finds

A chatbot helps reduce weight concerns in women at risk for an eating disorder, a new study found. The chatbot was deployed through texts and...

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NASA launches new X-ray mission to study black holes and exploding stars

In a joint mission with SpaceX, NASA officially kicked off its first mission that will study and measure X-ray polarization. The work done over the...

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It’s time to study the health impacts of TikTok, researchers say

Despite its popularity, there’s little research on the health impacts of TikTok. A research team put together an agenda outlining the important...

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Health apps and wearables help rich people the most, study finds

A meta-analysis found that digital health tools promoting physical activity only work for people with higher socioeconomic status. They don’t work...

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NASA launches its Lucy spacecraft to study the Jupiter Trojan asteroids

NASA’s Lucy space probe launched successfully from Cape Canaveral in Florida early Saturday, the beginning of a 12-year mission to study...

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Apple Watch flags multiple types of irregular heartbeats, study shows

New data out of the Apple Heart Study shows that the Apple Watch flags irregular heartbeats other than atrial fibrillation. People who don’t get an...

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The iPhone 13 event was a case study in Tim Cook-era product refinement

Apple’s iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max may not look very different, but they’re tremendous upgrades year over year, particularly...

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New study will show misinformation on Facebook gets way more engagement than news

A forthcoming study from NYU and the Université Grenoble Alpes in France will show that misinformation gets six times as much engagement on Facebook...

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One of the biggest myths about EVs is busted in new study

Electric vehicles are responsible for fewer greenhouse gas emissions across their entire life cycle than gas-powered vehicles, a new report confirms....

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Earth has been trapping heat at an alarming new rate, study finds

A new study from NASA and NOAA researchers found that the amount of heat trapped by Earth doubled over the course of 14 years. The amount of heat...

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Climate change responsible for about a third of heat deaths, study says

As climate change heats up the world, heatwaves are becoming more ubiquitous. A new study finds that about 37 percent of heat-related deaths are...

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Hurricane Sandy was much worse because of climate change, study finds

Hurricane Sandy’s floodwaters reached tens of thousands more people and cost billions more in losses as a result of climate change and sea level...

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Lil Nas X released a Montero lo-fi remix to help you study for your Demonology test

Lil Nas X posted a lo-fi remix of his hit song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" to YouTube, and it’s honestly perfect. It wouldn’t be...

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Facebook’s ad delivery system still has gender bias, new study finds

An audit by researchers at the University of Southern California found Facebook’s ad delivery system is biased against women, showing them...

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AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine 79 percent effective in US study

The AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is 79 percent effective against symptomatic disease, the company said. It’s the fourth vaccine to be tested in the...

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Elon Musk co-authored a COVID-19 antibody study of SpaceX workers

More than 4,000 SpaceX employees took part in a COVID-19 antibody study in 2020, according to a new paper published in the journal Nature that was...

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