Good Health & Wellbeing

Kimberly-Clark shows how Toilets Change Lives

In the West, we may complain if we have to use a restroom with no paper or a broken seat, but more than two billion people around the world - almost a third of the population - don’t even have access to clean water and basic sanitation.

Kleenex offers flu tips through Pinterest

Pinterest is about interests, right? It’s where you pin stuff about the things you’re interested in: recipes, movie posters, fashion, colds and flu. Wait a second. Colds and flu?

Lynx raises the alarm about male suicide with Bigger Issues

Suicide is the single biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK, with 12 men taking their own lives every day. Deodorant brand Lynx teamed up with CALM (the Campaign Against Living Miserably) to highlight this stat and to encourage people to talk about it.

Merck's vaccination donation shows the complexity of Big Pharma sustainability

In recent years US pharmaceutical multinational, Merck, has found itself embroiled in a sticky debate on healthcare in developing countries, despite seeming to have the best of intentions.

Nestle's notable healthy food investments

Nestle has been busy investing in the research and development of its nutrition products, including $500 million between 2011 and 2013 - which saw the creation of a wholly-owned subsidiary, Nestle Health Science, and a research body, the

Nike celebrates sport for all Indian women with a Da Da Ding

Encouraging women and girls to be more active is a challenge facing many societies, not least in the world’s largest democracy, India. So Nike’s ad agency Wieden + Kennedy produced a fast-paced video to attract women into sports and other physical activity.

Nike makes fitness creative with Outdo You

In case sharing the stats from your five mile bike ride to work or your three mile jog through the park at lunchtime just isn’t enough any more, Nike has taken the social sharing of workout achievements one step further with its Outdo You campaign.

Novartis creates pop culture posters for malaria awareness

Every minute a child dies from malaria. It’s one of the top three killers of children worldwide, but the disease is preventable and curable. Although infant mortality rates from malaria are declining, there is a still a huge amount of work to do, and money needed.

Novo Nordisk sketches its commitment to treating diabetes

Video offers a range of possibilities for communicating around sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Novo Nordisk used hand-drawn animation to clearly explain its commitment to fighting diabetes in Indonesia - a major theme of the Danish company's report that year.  

NSPCC says don't share your willy

Parents these days are scared to let their kids play outside - at least that’s what we hear. It’s safer, they reason, to keep them indoors, where they can’t get into trouble and nobody can hurt them. But if indoor play involves an internet connection and any kind of social sharing, then indoors can be just as hazardous as the playground or street.

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