06/13/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Waking up to the sweet smell of roses on your bedside table, and stepping into water with fragrant rose petals

http://www.research.news/2018-06-13-environmental-pollution-affects-the-scent-of-flowers.html

06/13/2018 / By Zoey Sky

If you’ve had trouble sleeping because of stress or other factors, the natural hormone melatonin can help promote “deep, restful sleep”

http://www.research.news/2018-06-13-more-than-just-improving-sleep-this-hormone-can-protect-against-alzheimers.html

06/13/2018 / By Janine Acero

A new Dutch startup called “Crowded Cities” is training crows to recognize and pick up cigarette butts in exchange for

http://www.research.news/2018-06-13-clever-solution-crows-are-cleaning-city-streets-a-dutch-startup-is-training-them-to-pick-up-cigarette-butts-in-exchange-for-treats.html

06/13/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

There have been numerous studies linking gut health to all kinds of diseases, including – but not limited to –

http://www.research.news/2018-06-13-psoriasis-linked-to-gut-health-leaky-gut-could-be-caused-by-microbiome-composition.html

06/13/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Do you struggle with an irrational fear, like acrophobia (fear of heights)? Or does your phobia come from within, like

http://www.research.news/2018-06-13-how-to-overcome-the-fear-of-being-not-good-enough.html

06/12/2018 / By Carol Anderson

Early childhood education is important. It is said to have a great impact on the kind of person a child will

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-the-more-curious-the-child-the-better-theyll-do-in-school-regardless-of-economic-background.html

06/12/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The younger the red colobus monkey, the more likely a chimpanzee is to bite onto its head first. But rather

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-did-you-know-that-monkey-eating-chimps-that-hunt-baby-monkeys-devour-the-brain-first.html

06/12/2018 / By Carol Anderson

When going out on dates or meeting people, our perception of them often depends on how we see them physically.

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-how-attractive-a-person-is-to-you-may-be-related-to-how-your-immune-system-perceives-them.html

06/12/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The idiom “gut feeling” takes on a whole new meaning after Canadian researchers released their findings on the gut microbiome.

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-study-shows-how-bacteria-can-affect-your-mood.html

06/12/2018 / By David Williams

There is a long-standing assumption that astronauts somehow develop some type of “space anemia” that affects them as they venture

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-nasa-scientists-study-how-astronauts-blood-changes-in-microgravity.html

06/12/2018 / By Carol Anderson

It’s great that more people are becoming aware of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and how it affects those who were diagnosed with

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-ptsd-patients-can-no-longer-recognize-positive-emotions-disturbing-study-concludes.html

06/12/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Can you recall the last time you were stressed? If you’re like most people, you probably don’t have to think

http://www.research.news/2018-06-12-south-korean-researchers-confirm-that-echinacea-protects-you-against-stress-related-diseases.html

06/11/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Targeted memory reactivation (TMR), a procedure which presents learning-related cues during sleep, can better strengthen memory when it is accompanied

http://www.research.news/2018-06-11-memory-strengthening-tmr-technique-found-to-be-more-successful-when-accompanied-with-undisturbed-sleep-to-promote-memory-consolidation.html

06/11/2018 / By Carol Anderson

Teens aged between 15 and 19 were found to be more vulnerable to succumb to depression due to academic stress

http://www.research.news/2018-06-11-study-teens-should-run-a-mile-every-day-to-prevent-depression.html

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