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72% of Consumers Are More Likely to Return to a Brand that Creates a Strong Online Community, Amity Research Finds

London. 15, October 2021: Amity, the leading technology platform that powers in-app social experiences, today reveals the results of research which highlights the importance of brands creating online communities to engage with their customers. Almost three-quarters (72%) of the consumers polled say they would be more likely to return to a brand that creates a… Read More »

Hate Crimes and Pandemic Lead More Asian Americans to Seek Therapy

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Hate Crimes and Pandemic Lead More Asian Americans to Seek Therapy A growing number of Asian Americans have overcome a cultural stigma attached to seeking mental health treatment, experts said. Read in app Julian Sarafian said he had to convince his parents… Read More »

More money, trust, and control: HIV self-testing and PrEP empowers sex workers and their partners in Uganda

A qualitative study asked HIV-negative sex workers and their partners in Uganda about their experiences using HIV self-testing and PrEP. The study found that using the two interventions together was economically empowering because sex without a condom was safer, they enhanced relationships, intimacy, and trust among partners, and participants were empowered to take control of… Read More »

More trouble for Biocon insulin plant in Malaysia as FDA flags six Form 483 observations

The road to certification for Biocon’s insulin facility in Malaysia was long, winding and full of potholes. Now comes a detour. The FDA has slapped the factory with Form 483, citing six observations that need to be addressed, the company said. The site makes the high-profile interchangeable insulin Semglee, but Biocon doesn’t expect the latest inspection… Read More »

More industrial action for NSW paramedics

Paramedics in NSW will continue industrial action over pay and work conditions despite facing consequences for unauthorised strikes last week. Last Thursday, paramedics across the state went on strike over an “insulting” pay rise offer made by the state government, attending life-threatening jobs but eschewing less serious incidents. More than 300 nurses and midwives also… Read More »