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More people are eating local and organic foods, but the planetary diet still is not sustainable.
Mon 29 Sep 14 from National Geographic
When your gear starts piling atop each other in the corner of your van, your garage or your tent, it’s time to organize. There’s nothing like GearTies from NiteIze. They come in ...
Thu 25 Sep 14 from Examiner
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US regulators called Tuesday for more transparency from data brokers, citing potential for abuse in a rapidly growing industry that buys and sells information on people's Internet and offline ...
Tue 27 May 14 from Phys.org
Australia's consumer watchdog Friday said it was taking online US video games giant Valve to court for allegedly making "false or misleading representations" and refusing to offer refunds.
Fri 29 Aug 14 from Phys.org
The first letter of our childhood surname determines much about our consumer behavior as grownups, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.
Tue 18 Jan 11 from Phys.org
Are environmental and social problems such as global warming and poverty the result of inadequate governmental regulations or does the burden fall on our failure as consumers to make better ...
Tue 26 Aug 14 from Phys.org
Introducing innovative new products and ideas to the marketplace can be a tricky proposition. Sometimes they take off immediately (like the iPod) and sometimes they can take a while to garner ...
Tue 27 Jul 10 from Phys.org
Research suggests that it is Andy Murray's ability to manage his goals, as well as his skill, determination and motivation that makes him such a successful athlete. Murray dropped out of the ...
Mon 24 Jun 13 from Medical Xpress
Glenn Beck Wrong on Darwin: How Evolution Affirms the Oneness of ...
Tue 24 Aug 10 from Discover Magazine
What types of messages are most persuasive? For example, would you be more likely to buy a TiVo if an ad described it as offering you freedom or if it explained how you could replay sports events? ...
Mon 24 Aug 09 from Phys.org
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