Tag Archives: American

American Eagle Opens Urban Necessities Pop-Up Shop Selling Nike MAG Sneakers

While fashion retailers are struggling to get men into their brick-and-mortar locations, a problem that can be blamed on the convenience of online shopping and easy-to-use apps, sneaker stores are thriving more than ever. No, it’s not a Black Friday sale, or because these stores have some major celebrity appearance, it’s because sneaker stores have… Read More »

A Better Pill–Internal Delivery Devices May Help Patients Take Their Medicine – Scientific American

Lack of compliance often leads to worsening chronic conditions and excess hospitalization. Studies consistently show one third to one half (pdf) of all U.S. patients do not take their medicines as directed, and this ends up costing the health care system between $ 100 billion and $ 300 billion annually. People fail to follow drug… Read More »

Silicon Valley Start-Up Hopes to Deliver Precision Cancer Medicine to Dogs – Scientific American

When pet dogs are diagnosed with cancer, they typically get surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation—that is, of course, if their owner opts to treat it. Now, a Silicon Valley startup wants to offer precision medicine instead—by recommending targeted therapies that are normally used to treat humans. For a price tag in the low four figures, depending… Read More »