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December 29, 2016

Learn About the Foundation Which Makes WOW Marketing Unavoidable

New book by Philip Kotler and co-authors maps out an authoritative approach to taking customers from awareness to advocacy

December 29, 2016

New Book Rewrites the Rulebook on Property Investing

Practical solutions on how to make money from property in any market conditions—regardless how the economy is doing.

December 27, 2016

Look Inside the Disruptive Digital Transformation in China

Latest overview of China’s macro economy and important government policy drivers behind the digital economy growth.

December 21, 2016

Analysis Examines Characteristics of Users of Online Infidelity Matchmaking

By analyzing data originally stolen and released by Internet hackers, investigators have examined the characteristics of individuals who paid to engage in extramarital affairs using the online infidelity matchmaking site Ashley Madison.

December 21, 2016

Rat Study Provides Insights on Tendon Overuse Injuries

In research conducted in rats, investigators have shown for the first time the effect of rotator cuff tendon overuse, or tendinopathy, on surrounding tissues.

December 19, 2016

Efforts Are Needed to Optimize the Use of Biologics for Treating Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

The use of biologics, which are generally made from human and/or animal materials, has significantly changed the management of rheumatoid arthritis over the last decade, becoming the cornerstone treatment for many patients. Because the arsenal of biologics for rheumatoid arthritis includes numerous monoclonal antibodies with various mechanisms of action, it can be challenging to optimize treatments for individuals.

December 19, 2016

Hormone Concentrations in Young Mammals Predict Trade-Offs Later in Life

Early development after birth can have profound effects on survival and reproduction. Now new research suggests that concentrations of a hormone associated with growth and aging in humans can be used to predict growth, reproduction, and lifespan in a population of wild animals.

December 19, 2016

How to Make Health Systems Learning Organizations

A health system becomes a learning system when it’s able to continuously study its own performance and put that knowledge to work to improve itself. In a new report, investigators describe how Johns Hopkins Medicine is working to enhance the value of healthcare it provides while expanding its ability to measure and analyze quality, safety, and other important variables.

December 19, 2016

Studies Refute Hypothesis on What Caused Abrupt Climate Change Thousands of Years Ago

Two new studies in the Journal of Quaternary Science refute the hypothesis that one or more comets/bolides struck North America approximately 12,900 years ago triggering rapid climate change and the start of the Younger Dryas period.  

December 19, 2016

Undocumented Migrants May Suffer from Severe Psychological Distress

Undocumented migrants are an especially vulnerable group with regard to their health status, living conditions, and barriers to access to health care and social welfare. In a study that explored 90 undocumented migrants’ mental health care needs, the level of psychological distress was extremely high.

December 19, 2016

Weight Loss Surgery Linked to Gastrointestinal Complaints

Laparoscopic gastric bypass is an effective treatment for obesity, but a new study finds that patients who undergo the surgery often complain of gastrointestinal problems. 

December 14, 2016

Plumbers and Visionaries by Peter Norman Selected as the Year’s Most Popular Financial Books in China

Plumbers and Visionaries by Peter Norman Selected as the Year’s Most Popular Financial Books in China

7:00 PM EST December 13, 2016

New evidence shows how technology is actively supporting patients in managing their own health.

A new Cochrane Review, summarizing data from 132 trials of automated telephone systems in preventing and managing long-term health conditions, concludes that they probably have the potential to play an important role in the delivery of health care.  However, further research is needed to understand more about their acceptability and costs. 

December 13, 2016

Wiley Partners with ASBMR on New Open Access Journal for Bone and Musculoskeletal Research

JBMR Plus to open for submissions in January 2017

Hoboken, NJ – December 13, 2016 – John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (NYSE: JWa and JWb) and The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) announced today plans to launch in 2017 a new international, open access peer-reviewed publication, JBMR Plus. JBMR Plus joins ASBMR’s flagship subscription journal, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research® (JBMR), the top-ranked journal in the field of bone, mineral and musculoskeletal research, as the favored venue for publishing original research on all aspects of bone and musculoskeletal research through open access publication. 

December 12, 2016

Anti-Tumor Synergy: Nanomedical treatment concept combines NO gas therapy with starvation of tumor cells

Biocompatible nanocapsules, loaded with an amino acid and equipped with an enzyme now combine two anti-tumor strategies into a synergistic treatment concept. Researchers hope this increases effectiveness and decreases side effects. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, the scientists explain the concept: tumor cells are deprived of their nutrient glucose as this is converted to toxic nitrogen monoxide (NO) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).

12:00 AM EST December 12, 2016

Socially Isolated Breast Cancer Patients Face Higher Recurrence and Mortality Rates

A new study found that more socially isolated breast cancer survivors had higher rates of recurrence and mortality, while women with larger social networks experienced better outcomes. Published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study found that some types of social ties were beneficial, while others were not, and that some types of relationships only benefited patients in certain racial or age groups.

December 09, 2016

Hydrogen from Sunlight—But As a Dark Reaction: Generation, storage, and time-delayed release of electrons in graphitic carbon nitride material for artificial photosynthesis

The storage of photogenerated electric energy and its release on demand are still among the main obstacles in artificial photosynthesis. One of the most promising, recently identified photocatalytic new materials is inexpensive graphitic carbon nitride. Scientists have now explored a modified form that can produce light-generated electrons and store them for catalytic hydrogen production even after the light has been switched off. They present this biomimetic photosynthesis approach in the journal Angewandte Chemie.

December 08, 2016

Review Examines Rates and Predictors of Recurrence following Surgery for Crohn’s Disease

Some patients with Crohn’s disease, a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the lining of the digestive tract, require surgery to remove part or all of the large intestine; however, surgery does not cure the condition and many patients relapse after surgery. A new review and analysis of published studies provides insights on the rates of relapse and predictors of relapse among Crohn’s disease patients who underwent surgical removal of the entire large intestine (total colectomy) and the creation of a permanent ileostomy (an opening in the abdominal wall).

December 07, 2016

Evolution Letters – A New Open Access Journal Set to Launch In 2017

Hoboken, NJ – December 7, 2016 – John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (NYSE: JWa and JWb), the European Society of Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), and The Society for the Study of Evolution™ (SSE) have announced the launch of a new open access publication, Evolution Letters.

December 07, 2016

Wiley Reports Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2017 Results

John Wiley & Sons today announced results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2017.