A new type of molecular medicine may be needed to halt cancers

From the print edition | Science and technology Dec 17th 2016, 00:00 more ONE of the most important medical insights of recent decades is that cancers are triggered by genetic mutations. Cashing that insight in clinically, to improve treatments, has, however, been hard. A recent study of 2,600 patients at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Centre […]

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How A Focus On Health Can Drive New Year’s Sales

MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY FINANCE ADVICE RESOURCES MORE Go to…  Home  Marketing & Social     – Social Media     –    – YouTube Users, Would You Switch to Twitch?     –    – Facebook Unveils New Community Help, Safety Check, Donation and Non-Profit Partnership Tools     –    – Instagram Introduces Two New Features that Borrow From […]

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4 Things That Financially Healthy Businesses Have in Common

If you’ve ever wondered if there are certain qualities that make for a successful small business, you’re not alone. While there’s no magical formula for being financially healthy, the “Small Business Financial Health Analysis” (PDF), put together by The Federal Reserve Banks of Chicago and San Francisco, Pepperdine University, and online lending resource FundWell, shows there are […]

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How A Focus On Health Can Drive New Year’s Sales

When we think about winter shopping trends, both customers and businesses alike tend to get stuck in the holiday season. From Black Friday and Cyber Monday to the days before and after Christmas, the emphasis is on shopping for gifts. But what about the rest of those cold weather months largely bereft of holidays? How […]

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5 Tax Related Changes for Your Healthcare in 2016

While 2016 may be many months away, it’s not too soon to start planning now for your health coverage for the coming year. There’s already buzz about double-digit increases in premiums in certain locations, but this isn’t the only change coming. There are also changes in tax rules for healthcare in 2016. Here’s what you […]

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How A Focus On Health Can Drive New Year’s Sales

hen we think about winter shopping trends, both customers and businesses alike tend to get stuck in the holiday season. From Black Friday and Cyber Monday to the days before and after Christmas, the emphasis is on shopping for gifts. But what about the rest of those cold weather months largely bereft of holidays? How […]

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New Tax Penalty Targets Health Reimbursement Accounts

Recently, a new IRS rule was rolled out that could have staggering effects for many small business owners. The rule — basically a penalty — is aimed at employers who are helping their employees offset the cost of health insurance with small incentives, additional compensation or reimbursing employees for health insurance. While it comes with hefty […]

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Health Care Trends to Watch the Remainder of 2014

Rising health care costs and greater employee benefits responsibilities continue to be a steady concern as the health care landscape evolves. The new health care trends and changes bring new worries for employees and employers alike. As a small business owner, you are faced with HR issues, such as greater employee benefits responsibility in the […]

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