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Study Finds Greek Kalamata Olives Help Reduce Bad Cholesterol

A study conducted by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens found that  Kalamata olives help reduce bad cholesterol and improve the overall health of people who include them in their diets. Olives are well known for their benefits when...

People Trust Computers More Than Humans, New Study Says

A new study reveals that people may be more willing to trust a computers than their fellow humans, especially if a task is too challenging.

Sleep Apnea Affects One in Two Men in Greece, Study Finds

Half of Greek men and one in five women have sleep apnea syndrome, according to a study released recently by Greek scientists.

Evidence Suggests Modern Greeks Have DNA Links to Mycenaeans

DNA evidence suggests that living Greeks are indeed descendants of the ancient Mycenaeans, who ruled Greece from 1,600 BC to 1,200 BC.

Summer Unlikely To Curb Coronavirus Growth, Scientists Warn

Summer's higher temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere are unlikely to significantly limit the growth of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Princeton University study published Monday in the journal Science. Several statistical studies conducted over the past few months have...

Greek Scientists Conduct Pioneering Study in Coronavirus Mutation

A pioneering study by Greek scientists at the Hellenic Pasteur Institute (EIP), in collaboration with Athens University Medical School Professor of epidemiology, Sotiris Tsiodras, has been conducted recently and its full findings are expected to be published in the near...

Economic Sentiment Index in Greece Reaches Pre-Crisis Levels

The economic sentiment index in Greece rose to 109.5 points in December, from 107 in November, the Greek Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) announced in a report on Thursday. This is the highest level seen since November of...

Study Finds Vast Majority of Greek Teenagers Have Positive Feelings About Refugees and Migrants

According to a study published by Greece's University Mental Health Research Institute (ΕΠΙΨΥ) recently, the vast majority of Greek teenagers have positive feelings towards refugees and migrants that are currently living in the country. In particular, the survey found that...

Study Finds More Than One in Three Greek Children Are Overweight

According to this year's findings from the ''Feel4Diabetes'' study, funded by the European Union and conducted in six of its member states, Greek children are the most over-weight among them, it was announced recently. More specifically, a surprising 36.5 percent...

Internet Access in Greece Rises by 69.2% in the Last Nine Years, Study Finds

A recent study conducted by ELSTAT, Greece's Statistics Authority, found that internet access in Greek households has increased by nearly 70 percent in the last nine years  since 2010. This year also saw 2.6 percent more households using a variety...