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Researchers analyzed statewide data for more than 100,000 childbirth cases covered by private medical insurance. They found women were charged anywhere from $3200 to $37,000 for an uncomplicated delivery, depending on which hospital then went to...
Food and Drug Administration reportedly reveals absolutely nothing the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer's high-powered lawyers can't effortlessly take care of, no sweat, with no lasting damage whatsoever to the company or its reputation. While Pfizer has
In Summary Having the social intelligence to predict how team members will work together can also promote better pairings. Psychologists say it is a skill worth learning, and an on-going study is suggesting that reading fiction can be useful. Often,
21 December 2013 0 View comments He brings endless joy to children all round the world without asking for anything in return but the occasional mince pie. But those who thought the ubiquitous shopping centre Santa led a simple life are sorely
14 December 2013 0 View comments Exercise could be better than drugs to combat life-threatening illnesses, a study reveals. The large-scale investigation found doctors had a better chance of preventing death in patients recovering from a heart attack
Velocify , the market-leader in cloud-based intelligent sales automation solutions, today announced the release of a study conducted by Steve W. Martin , an expert on the complex human nature of business-to-business sales, author of the "Heavy Hitter"
ACA legislation rates second among business owners' concerns (59%) . The study reveals that as ACA regulations loom, there is a stark disconnect between executives' perceived ability to comply with the regulations and having a thorough understanding
DNA regions and their relation to disease risk. Unlike the coding region of the genome where 23,000 protein- coding genes lie, the non-coding region, which makes up 98 percent of our genome, is poorly understood. The team found that some
The Digital Sharing and Trust Project shows that consumers actually shed their real-world identities when they go online to assume digital personas that better reflect how they feel, what actions they take around their personal information and how
The research, which was undertaken by Massey's Centre for Small and Medium Enterprise Research, involved interviews with business of all sizes across a range of manufacturing and service sectors. Centre director Professor David Deakins, who was also