Research

Contextual warning shrinks fake news’ power to influence: study

A contextual warning can help a lot in shrinking fake news or information’s power to influence people, according to a new strategy suggested by a team of international researchers.

Millions of male Americans have cancer-linked HPV genital infections: study

Nearly half of American men are suffering from genital infections caused by sexually transmitted virus and a quarter of them have strains linked with various cancers, according to a new study.

Active lifestyle slows down pace of aging: study

A new study conducted by a team of California researchers have suggested that women can slow the pace of their aging by maintaining an active lifestyle as they get older.

Constant stress increases risk of heart attack: researchers say

Constant stress on a deep-lying region of the brain significantly increases the risk of heart attack, a new study published in "The Lancet" suggests.

Many women undergo breast cancer treatment unnecessarily: researchers say

Raising questions over the increasing use of breast cancer screenings, a Danish study has claimed that one in every three women with breast cancer detected by a mammogram are treated without need.

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