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The research was widely reported by the international media with the majority of hits in the US and Turkey. In the UK, it was covered by outlets including The Guardian, Daily Mail, The Times and New Scientist. It was also reported by The Hindu in India and Die Welt in Germany.
The research captured the imagination of national and international media. In the UK, it was reported by outlets including The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, and The Independent. It was widely syndicated in the US and covered by outlets including TIME Magazine, USA Today, and LiveScience. It was also syndicated widely in India and covered by outlets including Times of India, as well as by O Globo in Brazil, Spektrum der Wissenschaft in Germany, Independent.ie in Ireland, and IFL Science in Canada.
The research was covered by The Scotsman and The Express in the UK, as well as Times of India. It also generated significant global coverage with the majority of media stories in Russia and India.
The research was reported by national and international media. In the UK, it was covered by outlets including The Daily Telegraph, BBC News, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Times, ITV.com and Motherboard. It was widely syndicated in the US and covered by outlets including Smithsonian.com. It was also reported by O Globo in Brazil, La Repubblica in Italy, and CTV News in Canada.
The article generated significant global coverage with the majority of media stories in the United States. The research was covered by The Daily Mail, The Sun, The Times and the Press Association in the UK, and by The Australian and Sky News in Australia. Coverage by Health Day News led to wide syndication of the story to local news outlets across the US.
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