When travelling around the world people aspire to see the world at its finest: watch sightseeing, visit beautiful […]
Aesop, the UK-based brand storytelling agency, in collaboration with online polling company OnePoll has ranked the top 40 consumer healthcare brands perceived by the British as great storytellers. Unilever-owned Vaseline has been identified as the leader in the overall list of top performers, followed by another skin care expert E45 owned by Reckitt Benckiser, and P&G’s cold-relief brand Vicks.
Google is taking on one of the toughest challenges of life, aging, with the new company, Calico, announced last Wednesday. The internet and tech giant that enhances the lives of millions of people with its internet-based services, grants, wearable technology and more, now ventures into the health area.
There hardly can be found a health-related occasion with a bigger resonance across the globe than World AIDS Day, December 1. The picture of HIV/AIDS is changing every year, now for better, but it is still far from being perfect, i.e. without the infection at all—scientists are planning to eliminate the pandemic by 2050.
When it comes to major sports competitions, the anti-doping issue emerges among other problems. The GlaxoSmithKline company, the Official Laboratory Services Provider for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, launched a campaign highlighting the importance of anti-doping science, which helps make the Games as fair and clean as possible. The manufacturer has launched a campaign in the UK revolving around the important role of anti-doping researches and highlighting its role in such studies during the sportive event.