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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
Donald Trump and Jeb Bush Spar at GOP Debate, Republicans debate how to defeat jihadists

Dec 16, 2015

Donald Trump and Jeb Bush Spar at GOP Debate, Republicans debate how to defeat jihadists

Republican presidential hopefuls put the war against Islamic State jihadists front and center on Tuesday as they debated how to keep America safe. #US #NewsTracker #presidential election #Republican #Republican Debate #Centre for Islamic Studies #2016 elections #islamic-state #GOP Debate
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
Indonesians vote in first nationwide regional polls; focus solely on local issues

Dec 09, 2015

Indonesians vote in first nationwide regional polls; focus solely on local issues

Tens of millions of Indonesians were voting on Wednesday in the country's first nationwide regional elections, the latest step in years-long efforts to strengthen democracy following the end of authoritarian rule. #NewsTracker #Democracy #Centre for Strategic and International Studies #Indonesian
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
Not quite 'Satyamev Jayate': India among least honest countries, says study

Nov 16, 2015

Not quite 'Satyamev Jayate': India among least honest countries, says study

When it comes to honesty, people rate India among the least honest countries along with China, Japan and South Korea, says a significant study, suggesting that people's honesty varies significantly between countries. #India #Corruption #NewsTracker #Britain #Survey #University of East Anglia #honesty #research study #coin flip test