According to the courts, what’s considered harassment in white-collar environments may not be in blue-collar workplaces.
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While women in poverty are more likely to experience sexual harassment and domestic abuse than higher-income women, people assume it is less distressing for them.
Remote workers lack the same institutional cyber protection as their in-office colleagues.
A survey of remote and office workers found that people working from home were more likely to take steps to protect themselves against cybersecurity threats.
Foreign body responses can cause insulin pumps to degrade.
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From breast implants to prosthetic knees, implants can trigger a foreign body response that results in your body rejecting them. Suppressing an immune cell gene could reduce this risk.
Pilates is a form of mind-body exercise that involves weight resistance and strength training.
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It’s long been known that exercise helps maintain strength and agility as we age. New research points to the importance of exercise type in supporting cognitive health in the latest decades of life.
What role will race play in determining who gets the job?
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People who object to affirmative action were more likely to discriminate against job candidates with Black-sounding names than those who supported it, whether or not they had to rush.
New research shows how LGBTQIA+ Buddhists in Australia struggle to come out, feel pressure to lie about their sexuality and experience discrimination.
Molecules are often separated by their size, shape or other properties.
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Around half of US industrial energy use goes toward separating molecules in industrial processes. Developing materials that can withstand harsh industrial conditions can help increase efficiency.
Childhood exposure to lead can limit cognitive development and cause a drop in IQ.
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Researchers found that children exposed to secondhand smoke had higher than average levels of lead in their blood.
Researchers found that ex-entrepreneurs are “burning up upon reentry.”
Returning to a 9-to-5 job is more challenging than many expect.
“Food is medicine” programs recognize the vital importance of fresh produce in a person’s overall health.
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When people taking part in 22 pilot programs across the US got free fruits and vegetables, their health improved.
Creativity involves generating something new – a product or solution that didn’t previously exist.
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Researchers had college students and AI take a standardized test in creative thinking, and all of them were scored by trained evaluators who didn’t know in advance that some had been completed by AI.
The most in-the-know insiders earned three times as much as the typical investor in any given month.
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Executives and other high-level inside traders at US companies with global sales earned about three times as much in a month as the average investor, a new study found.
Many gamers discuss deeply personal and sensitive topics with each other.
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For young men who struggle with mental health or lack connections in real life, chat and community features of online games can be a source of support.
Maternal death rates are higher in the U.S. than in other high-income countries.
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Black women died during or soon after pregnancy at higher rates than any other racial group in every year from 1999 to 2019. American Indian and Alaska Native women had the greatest increase in risk during this period.
A new study found that youth were providing extreme or untruthful responses to CDC surveys on LGBQ student health.
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Potential inaccuracies in CDC high school surveys may have created an exaggerated perception that LGBQ youth engage in risky behaviors, new research shows.
One study has found that only 20% of Asian college students diagnosed with a mental health disorder receive treatment.
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An increase in anti-Asian hate incidents during the pandemic contributed to a rise in depression among Asian and Asian American college students, a study found.
Federal funding shored up charities when the economy was in distress.
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Two economists calculated that the Paycheck Protection Program saved more than 450,000 nonprofit jobs in the first six months after the pandemic was declared.
Research shows that unsupervised online exams can accurately assess student learning.
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Students score about the same on online exams as they do on in-person exams, new research shows.
Nearly a dozen states have enacted these policies so far.
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The law changed older adults’ caregiving behavior because their children became more able to take paid time off work to care for their own newborns.
Using virtual reality headsets can have negative side effects, like dizziness, headaches and nausea.
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Trading in PC monitors for VR headsets can cause workers to experience dizziness, headaches and nausea. Researchers are beginning to understand why and what can be done to minimize the effects.