Study shows triclosan chemical in hand sanitizer may impair muscle function and hurt your heart
Earlier this year, the National Pork Board introduced its new slogan: “Be inspired.” It isn’t nearly as catchy as “the other white meat,” an earlier campaign that touted the health benefits of pork, but it did evoke something even higher and nobler. But nobility hardly describes the public image of the industry this week, and if consumers are inspired to do anything at all, it would be to stop eating pork entirely.
Advertisers and marketers spend millions of dollars trying to get inside women’s minds–for good reason.
The best thing about cloud computing is that word: cloud. Telling consumers their data is in the cloud is like telling a kid his dog has gone to doggie heaven.
The pharmaceutical industry is one of the few sectors around that appears to be weathering these difficult times with relative ease.
It has become one of the most controversial questions in cancer medicine: Can using a cell phone cause brain tumors?
German authorities are urging consumers not to panic as an outbreak of a virulent strain of enterohemorrhagic E. coli known as EHEC has killed at least 14 people, with no sign of abating.
Before China’s dairy industry imploded in a swirl of tainted products, milk was a cash cow.
“Cardboard.” That word, a description of a Domino’s pizza product, written by an unhappy consumer, flashed across the screen. Another called it “mass produced, boring, bland.” Yet another added this dagger: “Microwave pizza is far superior.” These words did not appear on a message board manned by angry Domino’s consumers, as you might expect.
When you splurge on designer shoes for your spouse this holiday season, you should double-check that they go with the rest of her wardrobe. Because if they don’t, says a new study, she likely won’t send you back to the store to return them