Archive for September, 2017

Study: Children Exposed to Chemicals in 9/11 “Dust” Show Early Signs of Risk of Heart Disease

Study: Children Exposed to Chemicals in 9/11 “Dust” Show Early Signs of Risk of Heart Disease

Sixteen years after the collapse of the World Trade Center towers sent a “cloud” of toxic debris across Lower Manhattan, children living nearby who likely breathed in the ash and fumes are showing early signs of risk for future heart disease. This is the main finding of an analysis by NYU Langone Health researchers of […]

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AARP: US Specialty Drug Prices Increase at Fastest Rate in Over a Decade

AARP: US Specialty Drug Prices Increase at Fastest Rate in Over a Decade

Retail prices for specialty prescription drugs widely used by older Americans ballooned by an average of 9.6% between 2014 and 2015, the highest increase since at least 2006, according to two new AARP Public Policy Institute reports.  These reports found that etail prices for some generic drugs saw more mixed results, with 11% showing price increases. While […]

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U.S. Businesses Spend $2.66 to Combat Every Dollar of Fraud, According to LexisNexis Study

U.S. Businesses Spend $2.66 to Combat Every Dollar of Fraud, According to LexisNexis Study

This year, every dollar of fraud to merchants and firms in the retail and online/mobile, and financial services sectors is estimated to cost $2.66 on average, according to a new study from LexisNexis. For organizations selling digital goods and / or primarily transacting through remote channels, the cost is estimated to be even higher, at $3.48 per dollar of […]

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More Than a Quarter of American Parents Would Share Marijuana with Their Adult Children

More Than a Quarter of American Parents Would Share Marijuana with Their Adult Children

A new study finds that more and more American parents would share a marijuana joint with their adult son or daughter. This is yet another example of how cannabis is going mainstream According to online survey was commissioned by not-for-profit addiction and behavioral healthcare provider Caron Treatment Centers, at least one-quarter of parents (26%) find it […]

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Most “Avoidable” ER Visits Really Aren’t, Say the Docs

Most “Avoidable” ER Visits Really Aren’t, Say the Docs

There’s a common belief that “avoidable” emergency room visits are a major driver of high health care costs. Some new research sheds light on this phenomenon. The American College of Emergency Physicians says that only 3.3% of all visits to emergency departments are classified as “avoidable,” according to a study published in the International Journal for […]

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TheCashlorette Finds the Most/Least Valuable College Majors

TheCashlorette Finds the Most/Least Valuable College Majors

Some college majors are extremely valuable in today’s economy, while some are less so. Recently, Bankrate blogger TheCashlorette.com set out to separate the wheat from the basket weaving. According to her report, Petroleum Engineering is the most valuable college major. Petroleum Engineering – or, the study of extracting oil and gas from beneath the earth […]

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Robert Half Publishes 2018 Salary Guides

Robert Half Publishes 2018 Salary Guides

Staffing firm Robert Half has released its 2018 Salary Guides, which feature salary ranges for hundreds of professional occupations in the accounting, finance, technology, creative, legal and administrative support fields. What trends are these experts seeing? “We’re seeing job seekers take an increasingly holistic view when assessing whether to accept a job offer,” said Paul McDonald, […]

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Cannabis Goes Mainstream, Gets Its Own FDA-Compliant Packaging

Cannabis Goes Mainstream, Gets Its Own FDA-Compliant Packaging

Whether you’re for or against legal cannabis, you can’t but marvel at the speed at which the cannabis industry has “mainstreamed” in recent years, as more states legalize the stuff. Case in point: we now have the Kush Canister – an FDA-compliant canister for securely packaging pot. Once a shady (if ubiquitous) illegal enterprise, the […]

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