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Infographic – London Tops Favorite European Workplaces

Desired cities to work

Brexit, shmexit. A recent study from labor market research company Intelligence Group shows London is the most desired place to work for Europeans today. . . . → Read More: Infographic – London Tops Favorite European Workplaces

Infographic – HIV Infections Growing in Eastern Europe

Chart: HIV cases in Europe

While much attention is focused on the continuing AIDS and HIV crisis in Africa, countries in Eastern Europe are also facing growing numbers of HIV infections. . . . → Read More: Infographic – HIV Infections Growing in Eastern Europe

Infographic – Greatest Human Health Risks

Human health risks ranked

It turns out the greatest current risk to the world’s health may be in the air we breathe. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Greatest Human Health Risks

Report – U.S. Lags in Robotic Adoption

Robots Sawyer and Baxter

A report released today shows the U.S. and most European countries are falling behind most other developed countries, in adopting robotics into their economies. . . . → Read More: Report – U.S. Lags in Robotic Adoption

Survey Shows Sharp Rise in Teen E-Cigarette Use

Juul e-cigarette

New data from a continuing survey of smoking among school-age children shows large increases in electronic cigarette use in high school and middle school children in just the past year. . . . → Read More: Survey Shows Sharp Rise in Teen E-Cigarette Use

Infographic — More Women PhDs Awarded in US than Men

Women and men PhDs chart

Those data show more women than men receiving doctorate degrees in the U.S. in the 2016-17 academic year. . . . → Read More: Infographic — More Women PhDs Awarded in US than Men

Small Business Grant Aims to Cut Animals in Toxicity Testing

Lab mouse

A grant from National Institute of Health supports work by a start-up enterprise in Indiana to better estimate doses needed to test drugs for toxicity and reduce the number of animals needed for those tests. . . . → Read More: Small Business Grant Aims to Cut Animals in Toxicity Testing

Infographic – Smartphone Data Collection, Like It or Not

Chart: data collection requests

We’re learning more and more about the data collected by mobile device software, particularly Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Smartphone Data Collection, Like It or Not

Despite Crisis, U.S. Prescription Opioid Use Remains High

Pills and capsules

A review of insurance claims over a 10-year period shows prescription opioid use in the U.S. remains at a high level with few signs of declining, despite repeated and vocal public concerns about these drugs. . . . → Read More: Despite Crisis, U.S. Prescription Opioid Use Remains High

Technique Assessed for Comparing Effectiveness Between Drugs

Analytics

An academic-industry research team validated a statistical technique to evaluate the effectiveness of different drugs treating the same disease, without conducting separate head-to-head clinical trials. . . . → Read More: Technique Assessed for Comparing Effectiveness Between Drugs