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Ohio State University

Study finds similar emotional benefits between living together or getting married

Using data collected in the 2000s, researchers found that single young women experienced a similar decline in emotional distress when they moved in with a romantic partner or when they went straight to marriage for the first time. When it comes to emotional health, young couples—especially women—do just as well moving in together as they do getting married, according to a new national study. Leer más

University of Aberdeen

Linguists discover the secret of giving good directions

To give good directions, it is not enough to say the right things: saying them in the right order is also important, shows a study in Frontiers in Psychology. Sentences that start with a prominent landmark and end with the object of interest work better than sentences where this order is reversed. These results could have direct applications in the fields of artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. Leer más

Gender equality

Europe works to ensure that at least 40% of the members listed in company boards are women

The European Parliament has done its work on a draft EU directive to ensure that by 2020 at least 40% of non-executive directors on listed company boards are women. Now it is up to the Council of Ministers to agree a position on the draft and start negotiations with Parliament, reiterated many MEPs in Wednesday´s debate, with a view to a Council meeting on 7 December. Leer más

Brain and Behavior

Men´s and women´s brains aren´t that different, study finds

In the mid-19th century, researchers claimed they could tell the sex of an individual just by looking at their disembodied brain. But a new study finds that human brains do not fit neatly into "male" and "female" categories. Indeed, all of our brains seem to share a patchwork of forms; some that are more common in males, others that are more common in females, and some that are common to both. The findings could change how scientists study the brain and even how society defines gender. Leer más

25 November

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Ahead of the occasion of the International Day for the elimination of violence against women, we join our voices to put an end to violence against women and girls. Leer más

25 November

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Ahead of the occasion of the International Day for the elimination of violence against women, we join our voices to put an end to violence against women and girls. Leer más

Maximum alert

Brussels lockdown by terrorist threat

Brussels is in its third day of lockdown, with the city on the highest level of alert over fears of a Paris-style attack by the Islamic State group. Brussels will remain on maximum alert with schools and universities, as well as the metro network, closed, Leer más

7 persons out of 10 in the EU live in a dwelling they ownHousing conditions in 2014

7 persons out of 10 in the EU live in a dwelling they own

In the European Union (EU), more than half (59.3%) of the population were living in houses and 40.0% in flats in 2014. A majority of people in the EU were owners of their dwellings, with over two-thirds (70.1%) of the population living in owner-occupied dwellings, while 29.9% were renting their dwelling. Leer más

One in four children at risk of poverty in EuropeMap for the latest statistics on child poverty

One in four children at risk of poverty in Europe

More than one in four children in Europe are at risk of poverty and social exclusion, which will have repercussions for them throughout life. On Monday 23 November MEPs debate a report urging EU countries to boost their efforts to combat child poverty and social inequalities. They will then vote on the report the following day.  Leer más

Children´s right

Universal Children´s Day, 20 November

The date 20 November marks the day on which the Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, in 1959, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in 1989. Leer más

Social media effects

Living without social network makes you feel happier than than others, study finds

Those who go a week without using the social network feel happier than others according to the report: ´The Facebook Experiment: Does social media affect the quality of our lives?´ by the Happiness Research Institute. Leer más

Global Climate Change Alliance+ Launch

EU´s contribution to tackle climate change in developing countries

EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica, launched a new phase of the Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA), called Global Climate Change Alliance plus (GCCA+), which will run until 2020. The GCCA+ is set to become one of Europe´s key tools to assist the world´s most vulnerable developing countries in addressing global climate change. Leer más

Protecting more travellers

European travel rules adapts to the digital age

Package holidays, consisting of a flight, hotel or car-hire and purchased online for an all-in price or through linked webpages, will get the same protection as packages bought in travel agencies under rules voted by MEPs on Tuesday. MEPs ensured that travellers will have more options to cancel a contract and get clear advance information on who is ultimately responsible if something goes wrong. Leer más

Information society

End in sight for mobile phone "roaming" fees and unequal internet access

A complete ban on roaming charges for using mobile phones abroad in the EU will take effect in June 2017 and clear rules on the right to internet access will become law following Parliament´s final approval of the new telecoms package on Tuesday. Leer más

Influence effects

Study shows angry men gain influence and angry women lose influence

A new study from Arizona State University focused on jury deliberation behaviors demonstrates a distinct gender bias when it comes to expressing anger and influencing people. The study found that men use anger to influence others, but women actually lose influence when they allow anger into an argument. Leer más

Free movement of persons

Parliament extends "package" holiday traveller protection

Holidaymakers putting together their own "package" holidays from travel services sold on the internet or elsewhere need extra protection, as they are unlikely to get the same "all-in" cover as those buying from traditional travel agents, say MEPs. Leer más

Cornell University

New study finds the origins of dogs to Central Asia

A new study shows strong evidence the animals originated 15,000 years ago in Central Asia. Previous research has suggested that dogs´ origins can be traced to Europe, the Near East, Siberia and South China. Leer más

Less insomnia

Industrialised societies sleep more than inhabitants of remote villages, study finds

A study published in Current Biology reveals that people who live in modern, industrialised societies sleep more than inhabitants of remote villages. A conclusion that contradicts generally accepted ideas. Leer más

17 October

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

In 2014, 122 million people, or 24.4% of the population, in the European Union (EU) were at risk of poverty or social exclusion. This means that they were in at least one of the following three conditions: at-risk-of-poverty after social transfers (income poverty), severely materially deprived or living in households with very low work intensity. Leer más

Human sexuality

Extra brain cells make males remember sex

A pair of neurons have been found in the brain of male nematode worms that allow them to remember and seek sex even at the expense of food. These neurons, which are male-specific, are required for sex-based differences in learning, suggesting that sex differences in cognitive abilities can be genetically hardwired. Leer más

To non-EU countries

The European Parliament approves €401.3 million more for migration

An extra €401.3 million in EU funding to manage the refugee crisis was endorsed by Parliament on Wednesday. The funds, proposed by the EU Commission and approved by Parliament´s Budgets Committee on Monday, would go to EU the countries hardest hit by the refugee inflow, to non-EU countries hosting most Syrian refugees and to three EU agencies handling most refugee-related tasks. Leer más

Corruption and Cyber-terrorism top American fearsChapman Survey

Corruption and Cyber-terrorism top American fears

Chapman University recently completed its second annual Chapman University Survey of American Fears (2015). Each wave of the survey focuses upon what Americans fear, the potential causes of those fears and the consequences of fear. In addition, the comprehensive survey includes extensive background information about respondents, allowing for examinations of how fears vary by different groups. Leer más

Royal Swedish Academy

Deaton wins economics Nobel Prize for work on consumption and poverty

Economist Angus Deaton has won the 2015 economics Nobel Prize for his work on consumption, poverty and welfare that has helped governments to improve policy through tools such as household surveys and tax changes. Leer más

Bullying Prevention Month

Study Finds Certain Anti-Bullying Laws Are Effective in Preventing Bullying

A new study published in JAMA Pediatrics has found that states with at least one Department of Education-recommended anti-bullying law are likely to have lower rates of bullying in its schools. Leer más

Global Stats on Women´s

Global female income topped $15 trillion in 2014

By 2028, women will control nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of consumer spending worldwide. A survey developed by Biston Consulting group covered 12,000 women worldwide.  Leer más
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