Good Health & Wellbeing

Heinz tackles iron deficiency anemia with micronutrient campaign

The Heinz Micronutrient campaign aims to tackle a very particular aspect of the nutrition issue in the developing world - iron-deficiency anemia.

How Google Glass offered a view on augmented reality medicine

The first iteration of Google Glass was underwhelming from a consumer point of view. Yet despite its obvious limitation the connected eyewear did point the way for new techniques and efficiency in the healthcare sector, particularly when it comes to delivering more precision and accuracy during operations.

How soundscapes help people with sight loss navigate cities

Getting around a city or between cities can be a challenge at the best of times, but that challenge is far greater for those with limited or no sight.

HP connects eHealth centres for India's rural poor

With 75% of India’s healthcare infrastructure located in cities, where just 27% of the population lives, there is a huge mismatch in the delivery of quality healthcare in the world’s second most populous nation.

iLab's Haiti project 3D prints much needed medical supplies

In 2010 an earthquake devastated Southern Haiti, including the nation’s capital of Port-au-Prince. Already the poorest country in the Americas, the earthquake was disastrous for the nation's infrastructure, including its ailing medical system.

Intel gets in your ear on healthy living

Technology giant, Intel, is carving a stake out of the of the wearables market by thinking outside of the box, not going for the obvious smart-watch or fitness band route. Instead Intel has developed a fitness tracking earphone, in collaboration with rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s company SMS Audio.

It Can Wait heads into virtual reality

We’ve looked before at AT&T’s ‘It Can Wait’ campaign, and its evolution to match the development of technology and the new ways for drivers to be distracted at the wheel.

Jawbone's Up 24 for you

San Francisco-based Jawbone was one of the early developers in the wearable technology industry, with its Up sensory bracelet being launched in 2011. Since then it has released an updated version, Up 24, which is capable of Bluetooth interaction and therefore real-time relaying of information through smartphones and the Internet.

Johnson & Johnson cleans up after Toxic Tub report

In 2011, Johnson & Johnson finally promised to reformulate all of its baby products to remove a formaldehyde-releasing preservative. The move was in response to continued activist pressure from the the US Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (CSC) over the use of harmful chemicals products produced by J&J along with other consumer goods companies. 

Johnson's Daddy Diaries demonstrates that the fun resides in fatherhood

Being a dad is not like being a mom - you have to build the connection with your kids. That’s a message from one of the dads in this video series from Johnson’s Baby UK and Ireland brand.


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