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Just one in five women at risk of breast cancer know alcohol increases the danger

Jun 18, 2019 23:45 UTC Health Read More

Tesla’s Drop Continues in US Residential Solar Rankings

Jun 18, 2019 23:31 UTC Business Read More

US sees record solar installation in first quarter of 2019, report says

Jun 18, 2019 23:31 UTC Business Read More

Tesla Energy makes headway in customer acquisition costs, drops in US rankings

Jun 18, 2019 23:31 UTC Business Read More

Tesla slips to third place for solar installations in the U.S., Sunrun keeps lead

Jun 18, 2019 23:31 UTC Business Read More

One Day of Work a Week Is Most ‘Effective’ Dose for Mental Health, Study Says
Just one day of work per week is the most “effective dose” to give the mental health benefits of paid employment, research suggests. A study indicated that the risk of mental health problems reduces by 30% when people move from unemployment or stay-at-home parenting into paid work of eight hours or less per week. But researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Salford found no evidence that working any more than eight hours provided further boosts to well-being. Sociologists had set out to define a recommended “dosage” of work for optimal well-being and their findings are published in…
Jun 18, 2019 23:01 UTC Mental-Health Read More

Just one day of work a week improves mental health, study suggests
The benefits of employment on mental health might be gained from just one day’s work a week, research suggests. Unemployment has previously been linked to poorer mental health, with experts suggesting part of the reason could be that work offers benefits including time structure, social contacts and a sense of identity. But there was a key question left unanswered. “Nobody seemed to have said how much of it you need to get those benefits,” said Brendan Burchell, a co-author of the research from the University of Cambridge. Now researchers say they have found a positive impact on mental heal...
Jun 18, 2019 23:01 UTC Mental-Health Read More

Just one day of work a week is enough to give a mental health boost, Cambridge University finds
Just one day of work per week is the most "effective dose" to give the mental health benefits of paid employment, research by Cambridge University suggests. A study indicated that the risk of mental health problems reduces by 30 per cent when people move from unemployment or stay-at-home parenting into paid work of eight hours or less per week. But researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Salford found no evidence that working any more than eight hours provided further boosts to well-being. Sociologists had set out to define a recommended "dosage" of work for optimal well-being and…
Jun 18, 2019 23:01 UTC Jobs Read More

Just one day of work a week improves mental health, study suggests

Jun 18, 2019 23:01 UTC Health Read More

Mental Health: The Amount of Work You Need to Feel Content Is Extremely Low

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One Day of Work a Week Is Most ‘Effective’ Dose for Mental Health, Study Says

Jun 18, 2019 23:01 UTC Health Read More

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Aims for the Moral Gray Area E3 2019

Jun 18, 2019 23:00 UTC Technology Read More

Call of Duty Modern Warfare will be using photogrammetry

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Google will cite where its song lyrics come from following Genius dispute

Jun 18, 2019 22:59 UTC Technology Read More

Google shifts the blame after being accused of stealing lyrics from Genius

Jun 18, 2019 22:59 UTC Technology Read More

Valsartan: Another cancer-causing chemical found in widely used blood-pressure medication
Online pharmacy Valisure has discovered another cancer-causing chemical in blood-pressure pills made by companies including Novartis, according to a…
Jun 18, 2019 22:48 UTC Health Read More

Eating yogurt twice a week could lower the risk of pre-cancerous bowel growths in men by 20%

Jun 18, 2019 22:48 UTC Health Read More

Two yoghurts a week ‘slashes risk of bowel cancer in men’, experts discover

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Nest․com replaced by Google Store for discovering, buying products

Jun 18, 2019 22:46 UTC Technology Read More

How Much Money Should I Have Saved in My Emergency Fund?
No matter how much you plan, there are some things in life you just can't anticipate -- a car wreck, a sudden illness, a rough patch of unemployment. That's why when it comes to your personal finances, it's best to follow the old adage "expect the unexpected" and set yourself up with an emergency fund. In this video from our YouTube channel, we explain what a good emergency fund looks like and how to start building one up over time. A full transcript follows the video. Narrator: Hey! I'm Motley Fool contributing writer Maurie Backman, and on this episode of FAQ, we're walking through what a...
Jun 18, 2019 22:44 UTC Personal-Finance Read More

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Finds Fresh Crater on Red Planet

Jun 18, 2019 22:40 UTC Science Read More

NASA discovers Star Trek logo on Mars, William Shatner immediately trolls Star Wars fans

Jun 18, 2019 22:40 UTC Science Read More

NASA releases new image of an impact crater on the surface of Mars

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