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Rapid testing 75% of a city every 3 days could 'drive the epidemic toward extinction' within 6 weeks, a new study claims


People who develop COVID-19 antibodies are unlikely to get the virus again for at least 6 months, a new Oxford University study of more than 12,000 people suggests


Video games might actually be good for you, Oxford study finds



A simulation of coronavirus spread in a classroom found kids in the back corners were safest. Here's why.


Fewer than 10% of US adults were found to have coronavirus antibodies, according to a new study


A scientific study claims that your age affects how you see this famous optical illusion



About 83% of US coronavirus deaths could have been avoided if lockdowns were imposed March 1, researchers estimate


54% of adults want to work remotely most of the time after the pandemic, according to a new study from IBM


A daily hot bath could reduce your risk of heart disease, study says


The number of coronavirus cases outside China could jump tenfold every 19 days without 'strong intervention,' a study says


Electrolyte drinks and supplements aren't doing as much good as you think after exercising, according to a study


Following a western-style diet high in sugar, fat, and fried foods for as little as a week can lead to overeating and impaired brain function, study says



The clitoris isn't just for sexual pleasure, contrary to popular belief. It also may be crucial for reproduction.


The biggest mistake investors make is being too influenced by the latest headlines, according to a new study from Charles Schwab


Meet the accountant bridging the divide between technology and accounting


Police use-of-force is a leading cause of death among young men of colour, study says



Most people who play video games online experience 'severe' harassment, new study finds


A drug for treating prostate cancer has been linked with increased risk of dementia, study finds


Extroverts have 4 consistent advantages over everyone else at work


There's new evidence to suggest drinking diet soda actually makes you eat more