When money is tight, single mothers spend more of their health care dollars on their children than themselves, while two-parent families are less likely to make changes, according to a Rutgers study.
American millennials—the generation of people aged 17-35—are a popular target for advertisers and brands, but companies risk missing out by approaching them as one homogeneous population.
The annual report from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative reveals that little has changed for women in music and explores why that might be the case.
It seems Facebook can be friends with a topless Venus after all.
Social isolation and loneliness are increasingly being recognized as urgent public health threats, with risks to health and mortality as serious as those from obesity or smoking. Some researchers have cautioned that rural ...
Consumers equate gold with status and luxury—and it turns out seeing the color makes them more generous tippers, according to new research from University of Dayton Assistant Professor of Marketing Na Young Lee.
For the 8th year now, solar power attracted the largest share of new investments in renewable energies, according to the new JRC PV status report 2018. The EUR140billion investments in solar energy globally accounted for ...