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Prudential's landmark study on millennials provides answers.
Nielsen's upcoming webinar and report, "The Future of Beauty," provides answers.
DDI, EY and The Conference Board publish the Global Leadership Forecast 2018 — the world’s largest study on leadership.
When first result is high, another reading needed to accurately diagnose hypertension.
Increase in women behind the counter is paving the way for significant changes.
Study finds a relationship between patient-reported, health-related quality of life and multiple objective measures of health in elderly Medicare Advantage patients with chronic conditions.
Genetic differences between African Americans and other ethnic groups appear to explain only a small part of the disparity in cardiovascular disease rates and outcomes.
Findings from Humana, Dr. Stacy L. Smith at the University of Southern California explore the connection between negative senior portrayals on television and their effect on mental and physical health.
One in three people enter a hospital malnourished or at risk of malnutrition.
ADP Study Finds 1.5 Million U.S. Small Businesses Spend Billions to Manage HR as an ‘Ad-Hoc’ Function
Research reveals that almost 75 percent of ad-hoc human resources managers are concerned about adhering to HR compliance regulations.
There also exists a gap between white and multicultural students.
Significant investment in cyber, digital, emerging technology is expected in next three years, according to KPMG's study.
“This is a much larger issue than previously documented,” said lead study author Dr. Altaf Saadi.
The rate is three times greater than it was in 1980.
The study highlights the skills women develop as athletes and how those winning behaviors contribute to entrepreneurial success.
EY Survey: Amid Geopolitical Uncertainty, US Executives See Positive Deal Environment, Economic Upturn
Companies eye key transactions while remaining mindful of new risks.
Judgments on the sizes of white and Black men “were consistently biased,” even when the men were the same size, the study’s lead author reported.
Consumers are showing an increased interest in the application of new technologies to make shopping faster, easier and more secure.
"Mobile readiness" is quickly becoming a business imperative.
A survey of 580 senior media leaders reveals they are eager to improve products and services, reduce costs and outpace their rivals.
The results of the sickle cell study are being published in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Mastercard Study Shows New Yorkers Shifted to Public Transportation, Sharing Services During ‘Free Day NYC’
Urbanomics Mobility Project joint venture used to demonstrate data science as a service at Smart City Expo in Barcelona.
Compound offers a potential tool for fighting drug-resistant malaria parasites.