Why do women invest less than men?

Women have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic, but as the world begins to reopen, could financial institutions take the opportunity to persuade more women to invest their money? The pandemic has amplified the issues affecting women, including the difference in average income, the use of women to take on …

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AAD tackles tough issues in next acne update

Five years of innovation and research have created many knowledge gaps in the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) care guidelines for the management of acne vulgaris.1 A task force recently formed by the academy to update its guidelines will offer recommendations on best practices and safety precautions for therapies, treatments …

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CommonWealth Magazine

ALL STATES social equity programs are worthless if entrepreneurs of color do not have access to the money they need to start a business. That was the message from marijuana entrepreneurs – and a state regulator – who testified at a Legislative Assembly Joint Committee hearing on cannabis policy on …

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8 female CEOs on bridging the gender gap in tech

The tech industry is booming – in the first quarter of 2021, global venture capital investments reached $ 125 billion (an increase of 94% over one year). But if a rising tide lifts all boats, why hasn’t the inclusion and participation of women in tech also increased? According to the …

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COVID-19 has accelerated the use of digital therapeutics, but coverage issues and regulatory issues could slow their momentum

Digital therapies – clinically tested tools that deliver medical interventions through software – have been gaining traction for years, with products that treat a range of conditions, including diabetes, mental health issues, and cancer. Today, the explosive growth of the digital health arena during the COVID-19 pandemic is helping these …

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Where $ 947 million in PPP loans went in Greater Lansing

LANSING – In 14 months, $ 947 million entered Greater Lansing from the Federal Paycheck Protection Program, which aimed to provide relief to businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The federal government, through private lenders, has made loans to 9,482 businesses in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties, according to a State …

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