Mobile traffic during the 2014 holiday season peaked on Thanksgiving (50% of online traffic) and hit a low point on Cyber Monday (30% of online traffic).
It probably takes less to satisfy the average consumer than it does to satisfy Mick Jagger, but even still, consumers can’t seem to get any satisfaction these days.
A JAMA study found that while vitamin D supplementation helped maintain bone density, it did not decrease risk of fall in elderly women.
According to an upcoming study from Nielsen, multicultural consumers today are leaders in technology adoption.
A new Harris Poll reveals some surprise findings on Americans' preference for generic or branded drugs.
Intradermal quadrivalent flu vaccine found to be more productive than trivalent vaccine, according to Saint Louis University research.
An Alliance for Aging Research survey found that consumers want to maintain nonprescription access to acetaminophen.
Retailer participation in freestanding insert (FSI) coupon events and digital coupons distributed on retailer websites benefited from double-digit increases.
A new PLMA study on shopper loyalty among consumers ages 25 years to 45 years dispels many long-held assumptions.
A new MIT study published Wednesday suggests that a more powerful H1N1 influenza strain may be making its way through India.