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Pharmaceutical Companies Have a Huge Trust Problem

Americans want to be healthy but they don't trust drug companies.

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Drug Advertising Booms to $6.4 Billion

Pharma is the 7th largest ad category in the U.S. at $6.4 billion last year.

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Moving from patient to partner

Patient centricity is not just a buzz word

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Got milk? Not so much

Kantar Worldpanel data documents dairy’s decline and the rising tide of, well, water

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Here comes the sunscreen, but...

Lightspeed mobile survey finds many Americans still opt out day to day or for much of the year

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From The Archive

Family members who make their household healthcare decisions, especially Millennials, increasingly turn to nontraditional channels
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As the healthcare sector focuses on patients and caregivers as primary health decision-makers, privacy guidelines become more challenging to meet
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The popularity of mHealth devices is exploding, but their future depends on sorting out ownership and accuracy
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Americans want to be healthy but they don't trust drug companies.