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Condé Nast  

Self: Igniting Health Conversations to Drive Change

Condé Nast’s Self magazine has long been committed to health service. But in recent years, it has doubled down on that mission, with editor-in-chief Carolyn Kylstra committing to four core values: inclusivity, accuracy, empathy and bodily autonomy.

The magazine and its digital channels provide science-backed health information, with a distinct editorial through a different POV. By taking a human approach to health journalism, it shares personal accounts from people living with conditions, answering their questions with medical experts and then empowers them to make their own decisions.

One of the first brands to release digital covers, it focuses on celebrities with important health stories. For example, singer Alanis Morissette opens up about being pregnant at 45 and postpartum depression. Actress Taraji P. Henson talks about mental health. And Olympian Allyson Felix anchors an ambitious focus on the Black maternal mortality crisis. 

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Consumer Healthcare Market 2020 Driving Factors, Industry Growth, Key Vendors and Forecasts to 2026

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Sep 22, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware, Global Consumer Healthcare Market Report added at Market Study Report LLC offers industry size, share, growth, trends and forecast analysis up to 2026. Consumer Healthcare Market Report also covers top key players, porters five forces analysis and market segmentation in detail. This report examines the global Consumer Healthcare market and provides information regarding the revenue for the period 2020 to 2026.

Consumer healthcare are the products that aid in wellness, oral health, nutrition and skin health. These are mainly over the counter drugs which are sold directly to the consumer without the prescription from a healthcare professional. The major factors that contribute towards the growth of the market are high demand for self-medication coupled with rising health awareness.

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TJ Abrams Joins Exos As CMO As Fitness Company Readies For Consumer Push In 2021

After rising through the ranks at Coca-Cola and InterContinental Hotels, TJ Abrams has now accepted his first role as chief marketing officer.

Abrams is the new CMO of Exos, where he’ll be tasked with marketing the fitness company—long known for its work with elite athletes and corporate clients—as it navigates both the Covid-19 era of exercise while also expanding beyond its current customers to a broader consumer market in 2021. He’ll begin later this month and report to Exos CEO Sarah Robb O’Hagan, the former president of Equinox and former CEO of Flywheel Sports. 

“Sarah will tell you often that Exos swag is known throughout many locker rooms around the country,” he says. “But the opportunity is to figure out how you talk about what so many people love in elite locker rooms and move

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Ameriplan Consumer Protection Starts With Phone

As more and more big companies, school districts and other municipals are forced to cut healthcare and retirement benefits, it will be up to the consumer to find cost cutting measures. This is one of the reasons that Consumer Driven Healthcare like Ameriplan is experiencing a huge growth market.

If your car has a problem, you call different auto repair shops and compare prices regarding the problem. However, many people don’t call about their dental costs, or doctor’s expenses, because they assume all healthcare prices are set by some standard. Not True! Doctors set their own prices. However, Ameriplan, a company in business since 1992, is helping consumers obtain cost savings on health and dental procedures.

Most insurance dental plans have a cap of $1000.00 per year, and today, that won’t even cover a root canal. Outlined in this updated 2005 document, at [] you can see where traditional dental … Read More