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Risky level crossings: Road drivers fail to read train speed correctly, says study

May 30, 2016

Risky level crossings: Road drivers fail to read train speed correctly, says study

An Australian study shows that Road drivers cannot accurately judge their speed of an approaching train when proceeding through a passive level crossing #Indian Railways #Study #trains #HowThingsWork #unmanned level crossing
Cognitive overload: Retweeting may hamper your memory, says study

Apr 29, 2016

Cognitive overload: Retweeting may hamper your memory, says study

Retweeting creates a "cognitive overload" that interferes with learning and retaining what you have just seen, said a study. #social media #Life #US #Twitter #NewsTracker #Memory #Study #research #Cornell University #Shareworthy
One in four deaths worldwide occur due to environmental factors: WHO

Mar 15, 2016

One in four deaths worldwide occur due to environmental factors: WHO

One in four deaths worldwide are due to environmental factors like air, water and soil pollution, as well as unsafe roads and workplace stress, WHO said. #World #Life #Environment #NewsTracker #WHO #Study #Pollution #Margaret Chan #Shareworthy
Social values of migrants shift over a single generation, says new study

Jan 18, 2016

Social values of migrants shift over a single generation, says new study

Thinking styles and social values of migrants shift rapidly over a single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society they have moved into, new research has indicated. #NewsTracker #Europe #Study #Migrants #social values #Britin
Not an alternative to smoking: E-cigarettes may also cause cancer, reveals study

Dec 29, 2015

Not an alternative to smoking: E-cigarettes may also cause cancer, reveals study

Electronic cigarettes, often marketed as a safer alternative to conventional cigarettes, may damage cells in ways that could lead to cancer. #Life #Medicine #NewsTracker #Health #Cancer #Smoking #Study #Cigarettes #Disease #E-cigarettes #Shareworthy #electronic cigarettes
Elected leaders age more quickly, die younger: Study

Dec 15, 2015

Elected leaders age more quickly, die younger: Study

Politicians may achieve a lifelong dream of becoming a prime minister or president, but in doing so may face the Grim Reaper somewhat sooner than the expected. #India #US #NewsTracker #PM #President #Politicians #Study #elected leaders #die young
Sex once a week is enough to make you happy, says study

Nov 19, 2015

Sex once a week is enough to make you happy, says study

If you feel that daily sex will make you both happier, read on. #Life #Sex #NewsTracker #Study #research #love
'Unprecedented' rise in deaths from terrorism: study

Nov 17, 2015

'Unprecedented' rise in deaths from terrorism: study

The number of people killed globally in terrorist attacks jumped 80 percent last year to the highest level ever recorded, the Institute for Economics and Peace said on Tuesday. #Syria #NewsTracker #terrorist attack #Study #institute #killed