Health

1 in 4 non-smokers still exposed to secondhand smoke in US: Study

1 in 4 non-smokers still exposed to secondhand smoke in US: Study

Secondhand smoke exposure has dropped considerably since 1999, but almost 58 million nonsmokers are still exposed to secondhand smoke.

Tweeting about sexism might improve woman's well-being, study

Tweeting about sexism might improve woman's well-being, study

According to a new study, openly expressing sexism on social networking sites including Twitter might improve women’s wellbeing.

Babies can make sense of complex social situations, study

Babies can make sense of complex social situations, study

According to a new study, young babies are capable of making sense of complex social situations through their understanding about others' minds and social evaluation skills.

IOM implements Emergency Simulation Exercise at Sierra Leone’s Lungi International Airport

IOM implements Emergency Simulation Exercise at Sierra Leone’s Lungi Internation

After a case of Ebola contagion, Sierra Leone's Lungi International Airport has tested disease-screening measures.

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