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Less Sleep May Mean More Risk of Colds and Infections
Sleep

Less Sleep May Mean More Risk of Colds and Infections

A study shows that not getting enough sleep impacts the immune, endocrine and cardiovascular systems.
Smokers Get Burned When it Comes to Payday
Smoking

Smokers Get Burned When it Comes to Payday

A new study suggests that smoking not only harms to physical health, but finances too.
Your Lousy Handwriting Might Actually Make You Smarter
Education

Your Lousy Handwriting Might Actually Make You Smarter

Researchers at UCLA and Princeton found that writing notes in longhand leads to grasping new ideas better and retaining information longer.
A Depressing New Study Finds Being Short or Overweight Can Hurt Your Career
Industry Research

A Depressing New Study Finds Being Short or Overweight Can Hurt Your Career

Size does matter, as short men and overweight women face the largest backlash.
Lindsay Friedman
Do Brands Need to 'Speak American'?
Marketing Bootcamp

Do Brands Need to 'Speak American'?

Marketers are missing out on a cultural segment of U.S. population called out as the "New Heartland," report says.
Jason Falls
How a Startup Made It During Its First Two Years Without Relying on Investors
Ready To Launch

How a Startup Made It During Its First Two Years Without Relying on Investors

With a focus on the product and a few 'lucky' breaks, a mobile app developer dives into fundraising for the '99 percent.'
Dan Novaes
5 Extremely Effective Content Marketing Formats
Marketing Bootcamp

5 Extremely Effective Content Marketing Formats

One won't better than the others, so it's important to test them all to find a sweet spot.
Jonathan Long
Manufacturer Thinks 'Lean' to Cut Waste, Boost Efficiency
Business Optimization

Manufacturer Thinks 'Lean' to Cut Waste, Boost Efficiency

This printing company used methods from Toyota to reduce errors and inefficiencies.
Kelly K. Spors