Walker Zimmerman, a defender on the national team, plays the front man in a new PSA encouraging people to get the updated COVID shot.
The pandemic-inspired policy, which removed more than 11,000 accounts since 2020, is no longer in effect.
Endo International’s latest app lets users learn about Peyronie’s disease, which may cause penile embarrassment among some patients.
In a letter penned to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the attorneys general say Apple hasn’t done enough to protect users’ reproductive health data.
Pharma’s digital marketing in crosshairs, as FTC’s plan to curb ‘commercial surveillance’ gains steam
An FTC proposal to tamp down on surveillance marketing is getting a boost from Planned Parenthood and others seeking limits on the use of health data.
Firearms have overtaken motor-vehicle accidents as the leading cause of death among children and adolescents in the U.S.
See what marketers and communicators had to say about the sentencing of the ex-Theranos CEO.
The inherited disorder can cause acute chest syndrome, anemia and blood clots, among other issues.
Northern Light Health’s latest campaign takes aim at social isolation among patients.
The program will empower students to play a role in addressing community inequities.
‘Not knowing what’s coming next is a big question mark’: Twitter, Elon Musk and pharma’s uneasy detente
As Musk remakes the social media platform in his own image, he risks further alienating pharma advertisers.
Hill worked at Weber Shandwick for more than 16 years.
Ultimately, abortion rights proposals won out in five states that had measures on the ballot this fall.
The company is working on a treatment for pediatric low-grade gliomas.
Smith has worked at Encompass Health and Ascension.
The nonprofit is mobilizing the advertising, media and marketing industries to address a national crisis.
Newsmaker: UnitedHealth Group’s CCO Jennifer Smoter; Porter Novelli cofounder Jack Porter dies.
The actor and reality TV star is in the latest iteration of the LungZone campaign.
TikTok has emerged as the leading social media platform; home to a variety of health trends that are helpful while others are dangerous.
As the race for the House and Senate comes to a close tomorrow (Nov. 8), these campaigns are trying to sway voters in creative ways.
Healthcare PR experts are unimpressed by messaging about the virus, demanding more urgency and clarity as cases rise.
Many employees are scared, or at least unsure of how state laws could affect them, and they’re looking for clarity from their employers.
The agency has acknowledged that it has a problem. Now comes the hard part.
Advocates are using social media and traditional media outreach to ensure the public learns more about the disease.
A push to deliver home tests and high-quality masks is set to replace the previous emphasis on vaccination.