Health in America has changed for the better by some indicators, but by many measures, Americans today are in worse health than their parents or grandparents were at the same age. Let's look at how health in America has changed—for better and for worse—since 19
The United States spends a jaw-dropping amount—multiple trillions of dollars per year—on health care, yet the data suggests that we aren't getting our money's worth. How does the quality and cost of the U.S. health care system compare to other countries like France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and beyond?
What does the latest data reveal about the credit card industry and the consumer experience using credit card accounts? We dug deep into credit card industry statistics to learn more about profitability in the industry, consumer credit card debt, and more.
The cost of good health is well into the thousands of dollars per year once you consider factors like healthy food, supplement spending, fitness spending, health insurance costs, and the costs of healthcare.
Diving deep into credit card debt statistics, I’ve uncovered revealing insights on its distribution across various US demographics. Curious about how race, gender, or location might influence debt patterns? Let’s decode these numbers together and grasp the bigger picture. A Note on the Good and Bad of Credit Card Debt and Usage It’s worth noting […]
Between a jump in the median home sales price amounting to $33,000 and soaring mortgage interest rates, the cost of buying a home in 2023 is twice what it was two years ago. Why are home prices through the roof in 2023? The simplest explanation of why homes for sale now cost so much is […]
Based on the data available, it can reasonably be extrapolated that close to a quarter million people a year die in the US because of pharmaceutical drugs being taken, whether in error or as prescribed, putting pharmaceutical drug-related deaths as the third leading cause of death behind cancer and heart disease.
Can money buy better health? Not directly, maybe—yet research findings suggest that Americans with the highest income rates are also more likely to report better health status and achieve a longer life expectancy compared to low-income families. How pronounced is the difference in health outcomes between the ultra-wealthy and the rest of us? What factors […]
Is the supplement industry stealing business from pharmaceutical companies? To better understand the competition and connections between these industries, we looked at market size and growth, the results of scientific research, and current trends and future projections in the pharmaceutical and supplement industries.
There are always opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry to do more—whether that means boosting value for shareholders, improving access to much-needed medicines in emerging markets around the world, or developing cutting-edge new drugs to cure, treat, manage, or prevent serious medical conditions.
With these opportunities in mind, we asked a simple question with complex answers: how can the pharmaceutical industry be improved?
In this deep dive into the growth of the United States credit card industry, we'll explore the current and historical data that, together, paint the picture of how the modern credit card industry in America came to be.
How did the credit card industry—and credit card debt—become so massive in a relatively short time? To understand the history and evolution of credit card debt in America, we need to go back to the beginning.
To truly grasp the size and growth of the pharmaceutical market, we need to dig deep into sales revenue amounts and changes over time and projections based on years of past market data, as well as the major growth factors and challenges facing the industry today.