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TikTok will ban ads that promote fasting apps and weight loss supplements, as part of its policy to restrict ads of products that amplify body shaming, the company said on Sept 23.
As soon as you’re diagnosed as diabetic, ads for treatments show up on social feeds. You get alerts on health supplements, maybe nutrition tips. Prompts on insurance policies pop up on your phone.
Nestle, the company that brought you milk chocolate, Maggi instant noodles and Rocky Road ice cream, is worried about your health.
Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger and pushes in a small glass cylinder.
A growing number of patients are taking fenbendazole, a de-wormer for animals, after a US man said it cured him of terminal cancer. Doctors in South Korea are exasperated, but one US researcher is not ruling out the anti-parasitic’s potential on humans.
Facebook Inc on Dec 5 sued a Hong Kong company that it said baited people into clicking on celebrities' photos and bogus advertising links, so it could install malware and run ads for counterfeit goods, diet pills and male enhancement supplements.
Facebook Inc sued a Hong Kong company that it said baited people into clicking on celebrities' photos and bogus advertising links.
Instagram is finally making rules to govern content in influencer advertising.
A top world health official on May 11 warned that countries are essentially driving blind in reopening their economies.