Frequent Flyers: Low-hanging fruit for advertisers
They are highly educated. Their household income is likely to reach six figures. They buy designer clothes, luxury cars and cutting-edge electronics. They are often corporate decision makers. They are what marketers call "influencers."
The Welcoming Committee
What is the first thing you see when arriving in London? Parliament? Big Ben? The Tower? If you arrive via Heathrow, the first thing you're likely to set eyes on is a large HSBC advertisement. Companies like HSBC, Citibank, Samsung and AT&T are often the first to welcome you home, or to the new destination you’re visiting.
Congressman Hank Johnson continues to battle Hepatitis C, despite being cured
While he represents the state of Georgia in the House of Representatives, Congressman Henry "Hank" Johnson is doing all he can to help represent the 4 million Americans who suffer from Hepatitis C.
Triathlete living proof of the need for blood donors
After a blood transfusion saved his life, Ironman triathlete Brian Boyle advocates for the vital need for volunteer blood donors.
Frequent flyers give back
One man's mission to give back--one frequent flier mile at a time
4 family-friendly vacation destinations
Family vacation planning just got easier. Discover these four resorts that will have your whole family chanting: "Best. Vacation. Ever!"
Joan Lunden's life in the 'Sandwich Generation'
Former "Good Morning America" host Joan Lunden talks about the difficulties of having to care for her mother, in addition to her own family.
Jane Seymour keeps an open heart for others
As an actress, an author, an artist, a health advocate and a mother of six, Jane Seymour is many things. This, however, does not stop her from living healthy and helping others to do the same.
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Two women give a voice to the voiceless
Sampat Pal Devi and Somaly Mam have both faced a lot of adversity in their lives. Now they are working to ensure no other woman has to suffer as they have.
Hillary Clinton says women are key to boosting the economy
Our Secretary of State talks about the importance of women in creating a prosperous economy.
Richard Branson: 'We are overlooking the usefulness of talking to someone face-to-face.'
Sir Richard Branson, founder and chairman of Virgin Group, talks with us about the value of communication in business and how it has defined his company.
Can enterprise giant Richard Branson be the face of green living?
From renewable fuels to solar power, the Virgin CEO shares his vision for a greener future.
An NFL linebacker's battle to overcome cancer
On November 21st, 2009, after a six month battle with Ewing's Sarcoma, Mark Herzlich’s doctor told him he could probably start to run again, when he felt up to it.
Making brain tumors light up may prove to be a new treatment option
Those who suffer from the most malignant form of brain cancer are finding hope in an innovative new treatment.
The car that drives itself
Chris Urmson, engineering lead on Google's Self-Driving Car, talks with us about the project and what Google hopes to achieve with it.
Jay Leno boasts one of largest car collections on the planet
Late-night talk legend Jay Leno may love for all things auto, but he’s also an advocate for environmental transportation alternatives.
Neurotechnology helps a Paralympics athlete get back on her feet
After a snowboarding accident left Jennifer French a quadriplegic, neuroprosthetic implants gave her something no one thought she would ever get back―the ability to stand.
Understanding traumatic brain injuries and how to protect yourself from them
Traumatic brain injuries can be caused by anything from a fall in the bathroom to a car crash, and can range from mild concussions to life-threatening injuries. These injuries need not occur as often as they do however, and can be prevented.
For NBA star Ray Allen, caring for diabetes is a family affair
As a world champion and the number one three-point shooter of all time, basketball has come easy for Ray Allen. Caring for and managing his son's Type 1 Diabetes however, has proven to be a new challenge altogether.
The benefits of diabetes education
Managing diabetes can feel like an everyday challenge for those with the disease. With the right set of knowledge, skills and tools however, it can be easy for those afflicted by diabetes to successfully manage their disease.
The game plan for a healthy sleep
Sam Fleishman MD, president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, shares how to get the best sleep possible.
The three C's of sleep apnea
When it comes to understanding sleep apnea, it may be simpler than you think.