Allergan endorses mobile app for breast implant information exchange

Breast implant monitoring is important to patients, advocates, physicians and even manufacturers. Which is why Allergan is backing the Aesthetic Society creation of the Patient App. The HIPAA-compliant personalized mobile app will securely store patient implant records and offer information and safety updates, as well give patients a way to send feedback. The Patient App’s roots go back

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Twitter admits to using personal security data for ad targeting

In a recent statement twitter has said it “inadvertently” used data meant for security purposes to target people with ads. Twitter said some email addresses and phone numbers provided for security reasons, such as two-factor identification, were exposed through its Tailored Audiences and Partner Audiences advertising systems. “When an advertiser uploaded their marketing list, we may

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Movember encourages men to discuss mental health on World Suicide Prevention Day

On World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September), Movember, a charity dedicated to changing the face of men’s health, is encouraging men to talk about their mental health issues and challenges in the ‘Man of More Words’ campaign. Produced with Ad Council Edge, the campaign is comprised of a series of videos, male celebrities and content creators speak openly

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Publicis Seattle Designers & Special Olympics Athletes collaborate on 2022 USA Games Logo

The 2022 Special Olympics USA Games Organizing Committee unveils its new original logo for the 2022 USA Games which for the first time in the organisation’s 50-year history, inspired and designed by nine artistic and talented Special Olympics athletes. Athletes from across the US gathered for a three-day workshop in Orlando, where they collaborated with

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FDA states anti-smoking campaign stopped nearly 600,000 from smoking

Researchers from the government agency and nonprofit RTI have found that the awareness campaign “The Real Cost” prevented between 380,000 and 587,000 teens from starting to smoke, according to the study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.  They organizations questioned teens about their awareness of the campaign, media market exposure and whether they smoke. In

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