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Too little food from animal sources may increase risk of preterm birth

(Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Pregnant women increase their chances of vitamin B12 deficiency if they don't consume enough meat, milk or eggs. This vitamin is found only in animal products. A deficiency of the vitamin during pregnancy could have dramatic consequences for the fetus.

THEY’LL COME HERE. TO SIGN TRADE BILATERAL DEALS WITH US, THE WORLD’S MOST PROLIFIC CONSUMERS. TPP u…

THEY’LL COME HERE. TO SIGN TRADE BILATERAL DEALS WITH US, THE WORLD’S MOST PROLIFIC CONSUMERS. TPP unravels: Where the 11 other countries go from here.

Samsung Looks to Repair Consumer Trust

Samsung Electronics’ apology and diagnosis of the Galaxy Note 7’s battery problems marked the company’s most concerted attempt to move past its biggest recent crisis, but concerns over product safety could continue to weigh on its brand.

State fails to inspect scores of hospitals with high infection rates

Scores of California hospitals with high rates of patient infections have not been inspected within the last five years, according to a petition filed Monday by Consumers Union. California law requires hospitals to be inspected every three years, but the state has fallen so far behind that the...

Need a new heating system? Here's how to get the best deal.

The Washington Consumers' Checkbook list can help you see where you can get good deals.

Marketers Want to Start Measuring Emoji Viewability

As consumers increasingly communicate using emojis, brands have worked for the past couple of years to design and crank out sponsored stickers for messaging apps. Now, an ad-tech firm is looking to measure them the same way marketers...Show More Summary

5 insight and innovation trends for 2017

We’re looking ahead to the trends that we think will really transform the world of insight and innovation over the next 12 months. From virtual reality to methodologies which get us closer to real consumer behaviour than ever before, our team give their take on the top trends to watch in 2017. Show More Summary

Smartphone Penetration is on Rise in India Elevating M-Commerce Payments Sector: Ken Research

Ken Research declared the recent publication on “Consumer payments country snapshot: India 2016,” which offers insights on the consumer payments market in

Apple has fixed a bug that was causing battery problems in the new MacBook Pro (AAPL)

One of the most frequent complaints levelled at the new MacBook Pro is battery life. Many users find the time it can go between charges lacklustre, if not atrocious — and product review organisation Consumer Reports even refused to recommend...Show More Summary

Chipotle Boards The Happy Exploitation Train

Chipotle is attempting to regain its consumer base with “humane” marketing.

Internet of Things Botnets Present Unmanageable Cybersecurity Risk, Warns Juniper Research

by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “New data from Juniper Research has found that the consumer IoT (Internet of Things) installed base will reach over 15 billion units by 2021, an increase of 120% over 2016. As evidenced...Show More Summary

Call2Recycle Reports Huge Increase in Collection of Single-Use Batteries

Call2Recycle says that it has collected 14 million pound of batteries and cell phones across the United States and Canada, which represents a 12% increase between 2015 and 2016. Consumer awareness, aggressive municipalities and corporate diligence are the reasons for the increase.

ND bill would allow raw milk sales despite ‘inherent risks’

A North Dakota bill that would allow producers to sell unpasteurized, raw milk direct to consumers says dairies won’t have to do anything to control “the inherent risks” and that people who buy the milk “assume the inherent risks,” including death. Sponsored by nine state representatives and two state senators — all Republicans — House... Continue Reading

Equifax, TransUnion Fined for Deceptive Credit Score Marketing

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has ordered two of the nation’s three largest credit reporting agencies, Equifax and TransUnion, to pay more than $23 million in fines and restitution for the alleged deceptive marketing of their credit monitoring subscription products. Show More Summary

Right to Repair bills passed in five states and it’s a consumer win

The legislation means manufacturers must now sell spare parts and repair documents to companies and consumers in those states.

Sundance goes green as VR makers aim to save the planet

When consumers get excited about advances in virtual reality, they are usually thinking about videogaming, new and immersive movie-watching or—let's face it—pornography.

Disseminator, Populist Mobilizer, or Contextualist: What type of journalist are you?

At a time when news consumers are questioning traditional journalistic notions of balance and objectivity, research suggests the way journalists view their own work is evolving. Readers, too, are embracing that new ideology. For more...Show More Summary

Don't smile too big to be effective in online marketing ads, study funds

(University of Kansas) A new study that includes a University of Kansas researcher has found that the level of smile intensity in marketing photos influences how consumers perceive the marketer's competence and warmth, which can lead to different results depending on the context.

People With Medical Debt Most Likely To Be Dunned By Collection Agencies

4 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

More people have health insurance than ever before, but many still struggle to pay for care. According to a new report, medical debt is the No. 1 reason consumers reported being contacted by a collect...

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