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Digitalization among key household market opportunities-6291

Digitalization among key household market opportunities

The rapid globalization of Internet access is digitalizing households "at an unprecedented rate," according to Euromonitor International's 2018 Global Overview of Homes, which focuses on market trends through 2030.

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Co-living a top consumer trend globally-6239

Co-living a top consumer trend globally

Which consumer trends will reign around the world in 2018? According to market research firm Euromonitor International, "co-living" is number nine on the list of the top 10.

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Midlife adults find their news online-6079

Midlife adults find their news online

About two-thirds (67%) of people ages 65 and older get news on a mobile device (smartphone or cell phone), according to an analysis of survey data.

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The give and take of social connections-6018

The give and take of social connections

The social dimension of wellness is an important part of active aging, leading to many benefits for physical, mental and cognitive health.

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Global "wellness" market hits $3.7 trillion

How do you define wellness? A new report includes spas and mineral springs, fitness/mind-body, wellness tourism, workplace wellness, wellness real estate and beauty/anti-aging among 10 sectors.

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Older adults check online reviews before buying-5912

Older adults check online reviews before buying

Before making a purchase, 59% of people 65 years and older sometimes or almost always look up online reviews and ratings, as do 75% of people who are 50-64 years old, according to a survey of 4,787 respondents ages 18 years and older.

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