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But truth be told we're not talking about two opposite things at least we shouldn't be...As the title of this article says twenty-five percent fewer CMOs using mobile marketing this holiday season. This stat comes courtesy of the aforementioned
Wisconsin wildlife officials say hunters killed 7 percent fewer deer during the 2013 nine-day gun season than last year. The Department of Natural Resources released preliminary data Tuesday that shows hunters killed 226,582 deer, down from 243,739
The U.S. fast-food industry spent $4.6 billion last year advertising mostly unhealthy products, with children and teens its key audiences, researchers say...Using the same methods they employed two years ago, researchers examined 18 of the top U.S.
Stephen Edelstein, Green Car Reports The Tesla Model S has won accolades from all corners, but it's especially popular with male buyers...According to Strategic Vision's New Vehicle Experience Study, Tesla Motors has cultivated a strong following of
Hispanics have made strides in their access to housing but Asian and African-American homebuyers looking to purchase a home still are told about or shown far fewer homes than equally qualified white consumers, a new national study has determined.
Malaria continues to be one of the world's deadliest diseases, annually infecting more than 200 million people and killing more than 660,000, most of them African children, according to the UN World Health Organization. Prevention, including indoor
Newswise Patients who received Guided Care, a comprehensive form of primary care for older adults with chronic health problems, rated the quality of their care much higher than patients in regular primary care, and used less home care, according to a
www.foreclosure.com" title="foreclosed homes for sale">Foreclosure.com analyzed data that compared active California foreclosure totals from the second and third quarters of 2012, revealing that the “Golden State” had 7.71 percent fewer homes in
While there are very divided sentiments about the concept of alternative therapy, new research has found a potentially effective treatment for hot flashes due to menopause. The study, conducted by researchers at Baylor University's Mind-Body Medicine
10 pm The number of North Bay homeowners entering default fell markedly in the third quarter of the year, part of a statewide trend that has brought defaults to their lowest level in more than three years, according to a new report by San Diego-based