“I’ll have to call you back, there’s a solar eclipse happening”

Inbound phone calls to US businesses dropped by an average of 9 percent nationwide during the total solar eclipse yesterday as consumers paused to observe the phenomenon, according to a new report from phone call marketing analytics provider DialogTech.

DialogTech said the drop was far more pronounced in those states…

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Needing Hair Up There

It’s no secret that men are attached to their hair, and would very much like all of their hair to remain attached to their heads. They’re also very particular about how their hair looks.

This summer, Dove Men+Care Hair spoke to a diverse group of men from…

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Boomers Lose Confidence About Retirement, Study Reports

America’s estimated 76 million baby boomers are still coping with the long-term effects of the 2007 financial crisis as they enter or prepare for retirement, a new study commissioned by the Bankers Life Center for a Secure Retirement.

As the financial crisis cut into their net worth and…

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Health Insurers See Increase in Lyme Disease Claims

From 2007 to 2016, private insurance claim lines with diagnoses of Lyme disease increased by a startling 185 percent in rural areas and 40 percent in urban areas, according to data from the nonprofit FAIR Health organization, which is focused on bringing transparency to healthcare costs and health insurance information…

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Summer is the Riskiest Time for Driving

As the summer driving season rolls into August, insurer Nationwide is trying to promote safety on the roadways through an analysis of critical data about driving habits.

According to multiple sources, including the Insurance Information Institute (III) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), summer is one of the deadliest…

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