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quit PhD
Education
PhD
Research
Should You Quit Your PhD? A Guide to Making an Informed Decision for Your Mental Health and Future Career
sweets & snacks affect the brain
Nutrition
Research
Chocolate bars, crisps, fries, and sweets – why can’t we just ignore them in the supermarket?
ecancer
Science
Breaking Down Barriers in Cancer Communication: An Inside Look at ecancer’s Mission to Raise the Standards of Cancer Care
taking break at work
Business
Psychology
Research
Science
Work
Why Taking Breaks at Work Matters: Insights on Employee Behavior and Motivation
chatGPT
Science
The Impact of General-Purpose Language Models on Jobs
red and white ceramic mug on brown wooden table
Health
Nutrition
Research
Coffee lovers rejoice: Higher caffeine concentrations in blood may reduce adiposity and type 2 diabetes risk, study finds
fungi
Science
Unlocking the Potential of Edible Fungi: A Sustainable Food Source and Climate Solution
Tumor Growth
Cancer
Research
Science
Microbial Therapy: Harnessing Neutrophil Plasticity to Repress Tumor Growth
plastic particles in the ocean
Science
The Impact of Plastic Pollution on the World’s Oceans: Trends and Conclusions
screen time and suicidal beavior
Health
Human Life Course
Research
The Relationship Between Screen Time and Suicidal Behaviors in Youth: What the Research Says
entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship
Beyond Venture Creation: The Individual Benefits of Entrepreneurial Action
air pollution
Health
Research
Breathing in Danger: Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution Increases Risk of Cardiovascular Events
insomnia
Health
Research
Sleep
Insomnia Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Attack, a New Study Finds
GERD
Health
Psychology
Science
Linking the Gut and the Mind: New Evidence Shows GERD May Increase Risk of Anxiety and Depression
Scholarly Databases
Education
Research
Science
Unlocking a World of Knowledge: Discovering the Top 15 Scholarly Databases
Kras-Driven Lung Cancer. Created by Eric Snyder, 2015.
Science
Transforming Cancer Cells into Teachers: A Promising New Approach to Fighting Cancer
vegetarian carbon footprint
Global Warming
Nutrition
Plant-Based Diets Win the Carbon Footprint Battle: New Study Reveals Surprising Results on Popular Diets
Vitamin D - Natural Elements
Health
Human Life Course
Taking vitamin D might help prevent dementia, study finds
Machine Learning
Psychology
Science
Technology
Study: On Facebook, Visual Misinformation is Widespread and Highly Asymmetric Across Party Lines
brisk walk
Health
Human Life Course
Science
11 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a day – such as a brisk walk – is enough to lower the risk of diseases such as heart disease, stroke and a number of cancers.