More than half of consumers check to see if the products they are buying are "natural," despite there being no federal or third-party verified label for this term, according to a new national survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Launching exclusively for iOS devices is a new mobile app that applies big data technology to conduct skin analysis of a user’s Facebook photos to measure changes in facial features, makeup, aging and hair to help them better understand their own skin and suggest the best products for them to buy.
The United States comes in last when it comes to healthcare quality, despite it coming first in spending, according to a new report published Monday by the Commonwealth Fund, a foundation whose goal, according to its website, is "to promote a high-performing healthcare system."
WebMD Health Corp. on Monday announced the launch of WebMD Healthy Target, a health improvement program that gathers data from activity trackers, wireless scales and glucose meters to give consumers physician-reviewed, relevant content and tips that helps them stay on the path of a health-conscious lifestyle.
Looking to deliver “an honest view” of the retail environment, Kline & Co. has created a new research tool dubbed Shop Scout: A Mobile View of U.S. Beauty Shopper Behavior, which will be published monthly beginning fourth quarter 2014.
New approaches to treating cancer are creating big growth opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry, Moody's Investors Service stated in a report released Thursday titled "Cancer Breakthroughs Bring New Options for Patients and Revenue Streams to Big Pharma."
Meals to Heal on Thursday announced that it is working with Walgreens to provide Meals to Heal services to cancer patients and others with chronic conditions in accessing customized nutritional meals and nutrition support services.
It is no secret that the retail landscape is evolving, as many factors — such as mobile technology, healthy eating trends and cost cutting — increasingly impact how people shop. Using the SAP Social Media Analytics application by NetBase, SAP analyzed social media conversations to gain insight into people’s perceptions about grocery shopping.
Beauty company L'Oréal Paris has applied image recognition technology to target product ads based on the hair color identified in photos of faces for its Ombré campaign, which is now live on GumGum's in-image advertising platform.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week announced an agreement between New York State and GW Pharmaceuticals to develop clinical trials using an active ingredient derived from the marijuana plant to help treat children diagnosed with epilepsy who suffer from seizures and other medical complications.
Purely Elizabeth, a natural foods company, announced that its line of Ancient Grain Granola debuted at Target stores across the country on June 8. Consumers can choose from original, pumpkin fig and cranberry pecan varieties.
In partnership with Unilever, graduating students in the Fashion Institute of Technology's Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management Master of Professional Studies program revealed insights into future beauty consumers and the methodologies that beauty companies should adopt to remain competitive.