BPA-Free Plastics Are Just as Toxic as BPA-Laden Ones, Study Says. Here’s Why

Many bisphenol substitutes have a similar chemical makeup. BPA is a chemical compound that has long been used to make plastic products including water bottles and to coat cans. But in recent years, following studies warning of the potential healt.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneSep 14th, 2018

Capitol Report: Mexico has literally grown fat due to free trade with the U.S., study says

The Trump White House’s pending free-trade deal with Mexico might help the economies of both countries, but it probably won’t do anything to reverse growing problems with obesity tied to the importation of American-made processed foods......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchAug 27th, 2018

Google Collects Data Even From Idle Android Devices [Study]

There are no free lunches. If you are not paying for a product or service, chances are you (and your data) are the product. It’s no s.....»»

Category: blogSource: valuewalkAug 23rd, 2018

Blue light emitted from smartphones and laptops accelerates blindness by making a molecule in our eyes toxic, according to a new study

Shutterstock/Marcos Mesa Sam Wordley A new study has shown how blue light can.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderAug 10th, 2018

Gluten-free foods marketed to children reveal an ugly truth about the trend, but there"s an easy fix

Flickr/ Cavale Doom A study of more than 370 "regular" and gluten-free products marketed to kids reveals that gluten-free packaged foods are no healthier, and in some key ways, they're worse than other processed foods. Gluten-free .....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderJul 24th, 2018

Roche"s Tecentriq Met Primary Goal in First-Line NSCLC Study

Roche's (RHHBY) late-stage lung cancer study on immuno-oncology drug, Tecentriq, meets its co-primary endpoint of progression-free survival (PFS). Roche H.....»»

Category: dealsSource: nytJul 19th, 2018

Study: Twitch Grows With "Fortnite," 25% Of Gamers Paying To Watch Other Players

"Fortnite" might be a free-play game, but that does .....»»

Category: blogSource: benzingaJun 27th, 2018

Toxic Chemicals Found in Tap Water Could Cause Cancer and Developmental Delays, Report Says

The study showed that the EPA’s advisory level of 70 parts per trillion is seven to 10 times higher than what is safe for human exposure......»»

Category: topSource: newsweekJun 23rd, 2018

Free food at work is making you unhealthy, study finds

A workplace study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds most of the foods consumed for free at the offi.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJun 13th, 2018

Free Office Food Is as Bad as You Think: Those Snacks Are Adding 1,300 Calories to Your Diet Each Week

Free food is usually the culprit. Who can say no to free food? Hardly anyone, apparently. According to a new study conducted by resea.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneJun 13th, 2018

All that food at work is making us unhealthy, study finds

A workplace study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds most of the foods consumed for free at the offi.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJun 12th, 2018

Americans Eat Too Much Free Food at Work, U.S. Government Warns

Extra snacks that are eaten by employees at work can amount to an extra 1,300 calories every week, which is more than half the recommended daily calorie intake for the average adult, according to a new study......»»

Category: topSource: newsweekJun 12th, 2018

Roche"s Tecentriq Study Meets Co-Primary Endpoints for NSCLC

Roche's (RHHBY) Tecentriq meets its co-primary endpoints of overall survival and progression-free survival in a phase III study for lung cancer. Roche RHHBY announced that the phase III study, IMpower130 on immunot.....»»

Category: smallbizSource: nytMay 29th, 2018

Worried About A "Public Relations Nightmare," White House and EPA Aides Worked To Block Contaminated Water Study

The Health and Human Services' study found a certain class of toxic chemicals found in water supplies near military basses was dangerous at one-sixth the level previously thought......»»

Category: topSource: newsweekMay 14th, 2018

Artificial sweeteners like aspartame may be as toxic for the body as regular sugar

Shutterstock Scientists have found that calorie-free sugar substitutes like aspartame can change the way a body processes fat, and likely prompt diabetes and obesity, just like real sugar does. The way artifici.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderMay 1st, 2018

Pakistan May be About to Free the Doctor Who Helped the U.S. Track Down Bin Laden: Lawyer

Dr. Shakil Afridi was charged with terror offences in Pakistan offences after helping the U.S. collect DNA samples to track down the al-Qaeda chief......»»

Category: topSource: newsweekApr 28th, 2018

More than 3,000 apps on Google Play tracking children, says study

The researchers said that the study results are representative given that the apps that were examined show the most popular free ones on Google Play.....»»

Category: topSource: business-standardApr 16th, 2018

How To Fix The “iOS 12 Cellular Data Update Failed” Issue

Like with every major OS release, iOS 12 is not error-free. Despite all th.....»»

Category: blogSource: valuewalk4 min. ago

"Golf Digest" helps free an innocent man who spent 27 years in jail on a murder conviction

AP Photo/David Duprey, File On Wednesday, Valentino Dixon was made a free man after spending 27 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Dixon's innocence was eventually brought about thanks in part to "Golf Digest," wh.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsider4 min. ago

We tried out JPMorgan"s new free stock-trading platform that it hopes can take on upstarts like Robinhood, and it fell flat in some major areas (JPM)

Getty/Andrew Burton There's a race to the bo.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsider4 min. ago

Progenics Pharma"s Stock Down on Dismal Phase III Study Data

Progenics Pharmaceuticals' (PGNX) shares down on disappointing results from phase III study evaluating imaging agent, 1404, for prostate cancer detection. .....»»

Category: worldSource: nyt49 min. ago