Send to KindleTweet A recent study funded by the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council (USHBC) and the National Institutes of Health studied the impact, if any, of adding blueberry powder to the diets of mice with breast cancer cells. The research, which was conducted by Dr. Lynn Adams in the lab of Dr. Shiuan Chen at [...]
Send to KindleTweet Sony Encourages Television Recycling To encourage the recycling of electronic products, Sony Style has launched its ‘Green Glove’ service, which offers consumers the option of having their old televisions hauled away and recycled when purchasing a new 32-inch diagonal or larger Sony BRAVIA LCD television. The service is part of the Sony [...]
Ethics As MarketingThe Charity Drink Development What: A growing number of beverage companies are using charity as the path to ethical business practices, with nonprofits as the beneficiaries.
Send to KindleTweet The Dirt:It used to be great package design and taste was the way to the American consumers’ hearts. Now it’s about two more things—innovative packaging and the charity element. Three brands featured below are among many whose main goal is to offer consumers an easy way to help less fortunate. Texas-based Project [...]
Storied Fashion Exhibits Where Mainstream And Museum MeetWhat:Part one of two on art events focusing on fashion, namely museum exhibits spotlighting both muses and designers.
Send to KindleTweet The Dirt: Fashion is to the art world what celebrity magazines are to publishing: the perceived fluff. However each one has merit in their work and their appeal to the masses. From October through March, a number of American museums are opening exhibits spotlighting the art of fashion, with a few accompanied [...]