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Researchers from Harvard University and the University of Texas at Austin have determined that hormones play a dual role in establishing and reinforcing unethical behaviors, such as cheating. According to the findings, the endocrine system first elevates hormonal levels predictive of cheating, followed by an altered level of hormones while cheating that reinforces the act.
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Major European study reports identify certain key characteristics associated with severe asthma. The initial findings can significantly help with the development of new treatment regimes for patients. The recently published study is one of the largest to observe adult patients of severe asthma, taking into consideration their symptoms, quality of life, and airway and blood measurements.
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On 9th May, JAMA Pediatrics published a research that talks about association between artificially sweetened beverage consumption during pregnancy and infant body mass index. The research team was led by Meghan B Azad, Assistant Professor in Pediatrics and Child Health at University of Manitoba, Canada.
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Professor David Evans from the University of Queensland Diamantina Institute, along with a team from the University College London Institute of Child Health has found that binge-eating among teenagers might be associated with a genetic variation. The new findings were recently published in the research journal Obesity.
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A new study suggests that swallowing a balloon-filled capsule can help fight obesity more effectively than orthodox methods such as diet plans. The researchers presented the study regarding this balloon-based obesity treatment at the Digestive Disease Week on 24th May, 2016.
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