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Afghanistan increases opium production

Jun 29, 2015
Taliban threatens farmers, who also grow the crop for their own economic survival.
Posted In: opium, Heroin, afghanistan, study

There's an appetizer for that

Jun 25, 2015
Turns out iPhone users are more likely to go for soups and salads.
Posted In: study, apple, android, smartphone
Kimchi could be responsible for reducing social anxiety among those who consume the fermented Korean dish.

Socially anxious? Try some kimchi

Jun 19, 2015
The consumption of fermented foods is connected to lower levels of anxiety, study says.
Posted In: Food, study, pickles, kimchi, fermented foods

The appeal of picking the first option

Jul 11, 2012
We live in a world full of options: 50 different kinds of cereal, hundreds of iPhone apps. But a new study has found that people consistently choose the options that are thrown at us first.
Posted In: mid-day extra, poor choices, study

A simpler name helps you get ahead

Feb 28, 2012
A new study shows that people with easier to pronounce names may be more likely to get ahead in the workplace.
Posted In: office, lawyers, study

A fellow disruptor, with research

Nov 22, 2011
Turns out most people know technology will disrupt their work and business, but few are ready to adapt
Posted In: digital, study

Which US state produces the most wind power?

Jul 26, 2010
**Easy Answer: Texas is the biggest wind generator by a long shot....
Posted In: power, study, wind, wind energy