Health and Wellness CSR News

Americans Rate Themselves and Their Communities as Healthy, Despite Research Showing the Opposite

New survey shows those who most want community health resources have the least access to them
Press Release

March 7, 2013 /3BL Media/ - New survey shows those who most want community health resources have the least access to them

For those Americans who use online resources, 40 percent self-diagnose; while one-third of young Americans who use online resources act without consulting a medical professional

Building Healthy Communities

By Deirdre, President, NA Pharmaceuticals

By Deirdre, President, NA Pharmaceuticals

Join the American Cancer Society at their Corporate Impact Conference

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Hear from American Cancer Soceity Executive Vice President Chuck DeGooyer on the upcoming Society’s Corporate Impact Conference, in Denver, CO, June 12-13, 2013.

The American Cancer Society Corporate Impact Conference is a unique opportunity to join an elite group of corporate leaders and industry experts to help finish the fight against cancer.

Catching the Eye of the Surgeon General

By Heidi Greenwaldt, MS, RD, LD, CNSC

I had the honor of meeting the Surgeon General, Dr. Regina Benjamin at an exciting event called the Healthy Minnesota:Communities in Action forum. It’s mission? 40 initiatives aimed at improving the health of Minnesotans.

International Water Experts Convene in India to Address Global Crisis in Water and Sanitation

Role of Business Highlighted at CEO Water Mandate Conference
Press Release

Mumbai, India, March 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ – The UN Global Compact’s CEO Water Mandate today convened an international conference in Mumbai, India, to explore how the global business community can positively contribute to the growing global and regional water and sanitation challenges – especially with respect to the UN’s Post-2015 Development Agenda.

Healthy Attitudes Toward Alcohol Come From Parents


Olympic gold medalist, mother of two, and DrinkWise Australia Ambassador Susie O’Neill suggests healthy attitudes towards alcohol come from parents who are strong role models for their children.

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Companies and Their Foundations Continue to Grow Despite Economic Recession

Foundations of Business: the growth of corporate foundations in England and Wales

From a recent study and research by Corporate Citizenship this year, they have identified corporate foundations in England and Wales have rapidly increased since 2006; despite recent economic recession. Corporate foundations are evidently becoming popular for companies; from reputable viewpoints of ‘giving something back’ to their next step for the CR strategy as motivational factors.

Health Sector is Top Performer for Brands in US - Data from SPONSORIUM Report

SPONSORIUM Report Reveals How Well Philanthropy Meets with Brand Objectives
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The latest SPONSORIUM Report, which is an analysis of the actual data that brands around the world have recorded as it relates to their Community Investment and CSR activities, reveals unique industry insights.

Future Business: The Four Mega-Trends That Every Company Needs to Prepare For

Company reputations could collapse in minutes and more firms will develop an explicit ‘social purpose’– that’s according to a new study into the mega-trends that businesses will face in the future.
Press Release

March 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The future has always been hard to predict as our world is constantly changing. Population growth, new digital platforms, shifting global power and declining trust in corporations… But what can business do to prepare for emerging issues? Corporate Citizenship have released their latest research where they have identified the four mega-trends that every company needs to prepare for: CRUNCH; FRAGMENT; CONNECT; and REBALANCE.

In Nigeria, a New Project Prompts Easier Insulin Access

Novo Nordisk's Base of the Pyramid programme uses 'one-stop-shop' approach to improve diabetes care.
Press Release

March 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ -  Today, Novo Nordisk launches a new project to enhance the quality and accessibility of diabetes treatment in Nigeria, where an alarming number of people are developing type 2 diabetes every day.

The project is part of Novo Nordisk’s Base of the Pyramid programme (BoP) which has been established to make insulin more accessible to poor populations by offering it at reduced prices and establish treatment facilities closer to patient’s homes.   


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