Good Health & Wellbeing

Pampers "First Times" video helps fund Unicef neonatal tetanus vaccines

Pampers has been working with UNICEF (the United Nations Children’s Fund) since 2006 to help eliminate newborn tetanus.

Pedigree shows how dogs are good for the soul with Feed the Good

Dogs do good - they’re good for individuals and good for society more widely. That’s the message in this feel-good campaign from Pedigree, the Mars-owned pet food brand.

PepsiCo promoting sustainable lifestyles

PepsiCo has been active in fighting poor nutrition in its own backyard, with the food safety of low-income families in the USA having taken a huge plunge after 2008. Its Food for Good initiative was established in 2009 to provide underserved children in Dallas, Houston, Austin and Chicago with meals outside of school.

Persil goes behind bars to advocate more playtime for kids

Persil’s ‘Dirt is Good’ campaign has been around for a decade now, but it keeps developing.

Philips aims to light up the dark

In some of Europe’s most northerly cities one of the implications of very short winter days is that children have fewer opportunities to play outdoors.

Philips finds its voice with Breathless Choir

For people with reduced lung capacity, who struggle to cope with the everyday challenge of breathing, the act of singing seems like an impossible goal.

QUIT turns to Vine for No Tobacco Day

It’s a shocking statistic, but a horribly convenient one - a smoker dies every six seconds, exactly the length of a Vine video. The NGO QUIT created this antismoking Vine for World No Tobacco Day.

REI wants you to Opt Outside of shopping

We have seen plenty of campaigns encouraging people to get outdoors, but rarely - if ever - do they go as far as REI’s Opt Outside.

Samsung pursues smart health with Simband wearable tech

Still just a design concept, Samsung’s Simband is yet to be introduced to the market. However, like Apple, Google and Nike, the South Korean tech giant brings considerable clout to the wearable tech industry with its input. 

Samsung's Look at Me app hopes to help children with autism

Samsung’s Look at Me app has been developed to help train children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to make eye contact and improve their communication skills.

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