Archive for: March 2015


New Study Finds Cancer Risk Associated With Medical Power Tool Is Lower Than Previously Thought

Last April, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that a medical power tool sometimes used to remove uterine fibroids could spread hidden canc...

Study Suggests Patient Demands, Medical Malpractice Not to Blame for Ballooning Health Spending

Physicians often believe that patient requests for inappropriate care are responsible for a major portion of rapidly rising healthcare costs, but that...

Due To Severe Winter Weather, Heating Assistance Funds for Low-Income Households Have Already Begun Depleting

It’s only mid-February, and homeowners across the Northeast and Midwest regions are already counting down the days until spring begins, thanks t...

New Startup Redesigns Interior Design

Interior design is typically a service affordable only to the wealthy, but a new startup is looking to change that.Laurel and Wolf, which recently jus...

David Butler’s New Book “Design to Grow” Discusses Branding Efforts At Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola is one of the biggest and most recognizable brands in the world, responsible for everything from Diet Coke to Sprite and Minute Maid. Howeve...