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We have 1163 blogposts about Health related communication.
Related Pinterest boards: Health CampaignsAids/HIV campaigns, (Stop) SmokingInfographics. Related category: Social Aid.
Most used tags: Cancer, Aids/HIV, Breast Cancer, Smoking, Pinkverts.

  • Write BMA competition Lessons from a good death

    This story is about a good death

    By on 12 November 2016

    “Not many of us can live like David Bowie, but could we die like him?” That was the question asked in the writing competition from the British Medical Association (BMA), the trade union and professional body for doctors in the...

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  • SickKids VS: Undeniable

    SickKids On The Front Line

    By on 31 October 2016

    Being sick and a fight are inseparable recent years. Sickness must be defeated. When dying because of a sickness we call ‘losing the battle’. An idea often criticized because are you a wimp if you lose? That was what I thought of when seeing...

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  • The beauty and horror of mental disorders #Inktober

    By on 21 October 2016

    Shawn Coss is an artist best known for his work as a background designer and Merchandise artist for Cyanide & Happiness. His personal work, however, goes much deeper into the darker places. This month, Shawn decided to do the #Inktober challenge. A fan,...

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  • Swedish Cancer Society squares off with Facebook censorship

    By on 21 October 2016

    It’s a friendly, helpful, and potentially life-saving video using simplified human shapes. What could possibly go wrong? According to The Guardian, Facebook took the video down from the Swedish Cancer Society (Cancerfonden)’s page, citing community guidelines for “offensive” content. I...

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  • Does Louise Delage's life really look so bad? Addict Aide

    Does Louise Delage’s life really look so bad?

    By on 5 October 2016

    Do you have friends, or people you just follow, on social media who always seem to have a drink in their hand? Do you ever think they might have a problem? That was the hope behind this social campaign...

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  • Say Breast Save Lives Singapore Breast Cancer Foundation

    Some people are still shy to say THE B WORD

    By on 23 September 2016

    For some of you it’s hard to imagine, but there are people who find it difficult to speak out the word breast. That seems so in Singapore. The B word makes many Singaporeans feel uncomfortable. That discomfort is used in the...

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  • Prostate Cancer Canada Parking Lot Prostate Exam

    How is a parking pass machine like a prostate exam?

    By on 22 September 2016

    This new campaign from Canada is intended to trigger a discussion about prostate cancer which is the most common cancer in men. When detected early, the survival rate of the disease can be over 90%. Important message, easy to...

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  • Italian government declares #FertilityDay

    By on 16 September 2016

    “Beauty has no age. Fertility does.” That’s the message of this social media campaign by the government of Italy, intended to combat the country’s plummeting birthrate. This one says, “Aging and childbearing : the risks of delaying the happy...

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  • Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia BBQ Talk Big Aussie Barbie

    Donate and smell what’s cooking

    By on 7 September 2016

    There is a link between smell and prostate cancer. It is the fact that dogs can detect cancer through sniffing. And even though this new campaign from Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is about sniffing, it is not about detecting. Passers of...

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  • #SKYBALLS exposes Britain to a giant flying scrotum

    By on 2 August 2016

    Not much to say about this one. Just as some organizations use our fascination about breasts and bums to get us talking about forms of cancer that affect those regions of the body, the UK’s Male Cancer Awareness Campaign (MCAC) likes...

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