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The award winning GE Look ahead programme enjoyed extraordinary success in 2013 across paid, earned and owned media," said Nick Blunden, SVP and director digital and content strategy of The Economist Group.
Although the study found weight loss had many positive health benefits for people with type 2 diabetes, the weight loss did not reduce the number of cardiovascular events," said Dr Rena Wing, Chair of the Look AHEAD study and professor of psychiatry and human behaviour at Brown University.
To be eligible for Look AHEAD, participants must have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and also deemed overweight or obese.
Forex traders look ahead to RBNZ rate decision, US retail sales, and news this weekend from the Treasury regarding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
I think that is one of the great attributes that Floyd is able to have, that he's able to focus and doesn't look ahead.
Be happy now, do not be sad Look ahead to the next half, be glad Life's too short for past regrets No second chances, be happy, just do your best
January is a time for beginnings and so this month we look ahead.
To our annual look ahead at the region's biggest economies, we've added eight key sectors for which forecastable figures exist across most of the big markets.